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Acid-Blocking Drugs & Bone Health

by Dr. Jason Barker March 13, 2018

Acid-Blocking Drugs & Bone Health

Acid blocking drugs are commonly prescribed for almost any GI problems, it seems. 

But these meds have several serious side effects - one of which is thin, weak bones.  When you take these drugs, your acid production is limited, and you can't absorb the minerals you need (calcium!) for bone health. 

Even over a relatively short period of time using these drugs, your bones can suffer.

Watch the video and learn how you can get control of any GI problems you're having, so you can get of any acid-blocking drugs!

Dr. Jason Barker
Dr. Jason Barker


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