I would go slow with any treatment for oste
openia and start with dietary changes.
I was diagnosed with osteopenia a few years ago and looked for more info. It's a strange diagnosis because bone density naturally declines with age and all of the baselines are set for 30-year-old females.
The NYTimes ran a few articles not too long ago about the overdiagnosis (and treatment) of osteopenia. Basically, if you're older than 30, there's a good chance you have osteopenia. That doesn't mean it should be treated, though "luckily" Big Pharma has some pills for you.
One of the articles liken it to being diagnosed with a wrinkle disease because one has more wrinkles than a 30-year-old.