Jane Glendenning - Lebanon, MO

My name is Jenn Glendenning, and I'm 69 years old. 9 years ago, I had my first DEXA scan, and it showed that I have mild bone loss, my doctor said that we would just watch it, I would take my calcium and just… Roll on. So, last year in March of 2017, 8 years later, I repeated my DEXA scan, and I had gone from mild bone loss to moderate bone loss, which was pretty disappointing.

 

I'm an active person. I garden, I run a farm, I get plenty of physical exercise, and plenty of sunshine. So I was just a little bit distraught you might say, that my bones were thinning. I happened to see an ad on the internet for AlgaeCal, in fact, it could have been on Facebook. I read up on it, I listened to the testimonials, and I thought "what do I have to lose?", besides, I had a money back guarantee if my bone density didn't increase.

 

So in March of this year, I repeated my DEXA scan and it showed an increase in all the places that they test; hips, femur and lumbar spine. My lumbar spine has gone from -0.09 a year ago to 0.1 in March of 2018. And my femur has gone from -1.5 to -0.7. So increases in both places and needless to say I was really surprised. I got a congratulatory email from my primary care physician and said "Keep doing whatever you're doing" and what I am doing is AlgaeCal Plus, 4 capsules a day which I did for a year, and the 2 capsules of Strontium at night. I will continue to do that as long as I need it; I'm sure for the rest of my life because bone loss seems to be rampant in our society especially postmenopausal women and I'm 19 years postmenopausal.

 

What's the price of a broken hip or broken bones of any kind when your bones thin? And I will continue taking AlgaeCal at a reduced dose, I don't have to take the Strontium anymore and I will continue to do so. I have to say I am very very happy that I found AlgaeCal.

 

Thanks so much!

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**Increased bone density results are consistent with 3 published studies. Typical bone density increases ranged from 1-4% within 6 months to one year. See studies here. Individual results may vary.