Scholarly articles and research reports
by Dr. Susan E. Brown, PhD
Vitamin D and Fracture Reduction: An Evaluation of
the Existing Research, Alternative Medicine Review, vol. 13, no. 1, 2008
Eight Keys for Preventing Osteoporosis and Building Bone Strength, The Journal of
the American Nutraceutical Association, vol. 10, no. 2, 2007
Pilot Clinical Study
of Dietary Supplement, Young Bones™ (A Traditional Chinese Herbal Formula)
for Improvement of Aging, Including Bone Mineral Loss, Pain, Mobility and Nocturnal
Polyuria in Women.
Acid-Alkaline Balance and Its Effect on Bone Health. International Journal of Integrative
Medicine. Nov./Dec. 2000, with Russell Jaffe, M.D., Ph.D.
A Pilot Study Comparing
Advacal (AAACA) and Calcium Citrate Supplementation in Menopausal U.S. Women.
First-Morning Urine Measured with pH Paper Strips Reflects Acid Excretion. ASBMR
Case Studies Analysis.
and Use Guidelines.
Books and book chapters
Better Bones, Better Body: Beyond Estrogen and Calcium
— A Comprehensive Self-Help Program for Preventing, Halting & Overcoming Osteoporosis
(Keats Publishing Company, 2000).
The Acid/Alkaline Food Guide, (Square One Publishers,
2006), co-authored with Larry Triveri, Jr.
Bone Nutrition, chapter in Scientific Evidence for
Musculoskeletal, Bariatric, and Sports Nutrition, Ingrid Kohlstadt,
MD, editor (Taylor & Francis, 2006).
The Mend Clinic Book of Natural Remedies for Menopause and Beyond (Dell, 1997),
a co-authored text.
The Real Secret
to Strong Bones — It Is Not What You Think. Bottom Line Health, April 2010.
Are Your Bones Running on Empty? Food As Medicine, a supplement to Alternative Medicine,
Vitamin D: Startling New Research Findings on an Old Bone Builder. Health Smart
Today, May 2003.
Bone Up on Your Health. NEEDS Newsletter, November 2002.
Preventing Osteoporosis: New Insights for the New Millennium. Health Smart Today,
10 Steps to Prevent Osteoporosis, Health Smart Today, Spring 2002
Better Bones at Every Age. Let’s Live, October 2000.
Bone Builders: The Secret of an Alkaline Diet and Lifestyle. Health Products Business,
Maybe It Was Something I Ate — The Headache-Nutrition Connection. Holistic
Health News, Fall 1985.
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Original Publication Date: 01/01/2009
Principal Author: Dr. Susan E. Brown, PhD