High Homocysteine Hurts Hips

For many years doctors have known that people with very high levels of homocysteine in their blood often develop severe osteoporosis early in life. As homocysteine levels rise above 9 mg/dl the risk of heart attacks, strokes and developing Alzheimer’s disease goes up. There is already more than enough reason to take steps to lower the homocysteine level in the blood if it is moderately elevate...

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