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A bone health program with:

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      • a money back guarantee

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Introducing the Eniva Bone Health Kit

A bone density test is the only test that can diagnose osteoporosis before a broken bone occurs. This test helps to estimate the density of your bones and your chance of breaking a bone. NOF recommends a bone density test of the hip and spine by a central DXA machine to diagnose osteoporosis. DXA stands for dual energy x-ray absorptiometry. You can find out whether you have osteoporosis or if you should be concerned about your bones by getting a bone density test. Some people also call it a bone mass measurement test. This test uses a machine to measure your bone density. It estimates the amount of bone in your hip, spine and sometimes other bones. Your test result will help your healthcare provider make recommendations to help you protect your bones. Are you a postmenopausal woman or man age 50 and older? Have you recently broken a bone? If you answered “yes” to both questions, you should talk to your doctor or other healthcare provider about getting a bone density test if you’ve never had one.

Terms & Conditions

In order to participate in the Eniva Money-Back Guarantee, you must enroll below. It is essential that you use the product as recommended for one full year to benefit from it and validate the guarantee. Less than 1% of people following this protocol fail to see results but everyone is different and we will happily refund 100% of your purchases should you not see the intended results. You must also have bone density test results from less than 90 days and include those results in your registration. In one year, you will need to get another bone density test and submit it to us if you are looking for a refund under this Guarantee. The Guarantee period begins on the later of the day of registration or the date of the Bone Density Test. Bone Density Tests are available through your physician and are often covered by insurance. Check with your insurance to confirm coverage in advance of having the test performed.