1 in 2 women over 50 will break a bone in their lifetimes due to osteoporosis.
Those odds are no better than flipping a coin!
It could be a hip, an arm, a wrist, an ankle, a leg… you’ll never know.
There are now over 50 million Americans over the age of 50 who have osteoporosis or low bone mass.
Lots of people are living in the danger zone, waiting for bone breaks to occur.
Maybe you have some of the early warning signs, like weak grip strength, brittle fingernails, thin hair, receding gum lines, or stopped posture?
As scary as the situation above sounds, it’s getting worse, and we are now seeing people in their 30’s frequently getting diagnosed with osteoporosis.
One of these people was Kevin Ellis, who got diagnosed at just 31 years old.
His life was turned upside down, and things he took for granted like stairs, sidewalks, curbs, and especially cars, suddenly became dangerous for him.
He was just one slip, one trip, or one car accident from a life-altering fracture.
But Kevin wasn’t willing to lie down (excuse the pun), and he eventually cracked the code to not only stopping bone loss, but regrowing bones.
It’s now his life mission to help over 1+ million people build better bones.
And you can find out his secrets in his free online masterclass, where he reveals his 3-step blueprint osteoporosis “thrivers” use to build strong bones.
The Stronger Bones Masterclass is essential for anyone with bone problems.
You’ll no longer have to fear bone fractures, and can lead a full active life.
And Kevin is giving away his Healthy Bone Recipes eBook just for attending.
So jump on the Stronger Bones Masterclass, and learn things like:
- Why taking calcium (and other) supplements are a waste of time
- The 1 thing bone density scans miss, and why doctors need to care
- 5 ways to boost bone health without even leaving the house
- Why salads and smoothies have ZERO impact on bone health
- The #1 mistake people with osteoporosis and osteopenia make
- Why traditional western treatments for bone loss always FAIL
- The unexpected connection between water and low bone density