Osteoporosisplus Osteopeniaby Phillip DayOn average, one in three women and one in 12 men over 50 in the western cultures suffer from osteoporosis or its precursor, osteopenia (low bone mineral density). The word osteoporosis actually means ‘porous bone’. The disease is all but unknown in those consuming plant-based agrarian diets (which should have alarm bells […]
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Although the ultimate causes of osteoporosis are not well understood the direct cause is because of the absorption of old bone by osteoclast cells exceeding the deposition of new bone by osteoblast cells. That a lack of progesterone and osteoporosis are connected is supported by the knowledge that oestrogen slows down the action of osteoclasts, whereas progesterone stimulates osteoblast activity (the bone building function).
By Robert Gottesman, M.D.New and exciting data has been released about a very promising nontoxic treatment for osteoporosis: the naturally occurring element strontium. Strontium lies directly below calcium on the periodic table of elements and that makes calcium, strontium and magnesium (which is just above calcium) all in the same chemical family. They are all […]
Many medical authorities tell female patients who are post-menopausal that osteoporosis is inevitable. A physician in Mill Valley, California, John R Lee, has proven that this often repeated statement is simply untrue. The result of his ongoing clinical study with 68 women is noteworthy. All have experienced new bone density ranging from 5 to 40 […]
Common side effects (affect between 1 in 10 and 1 in 100 people)Headache.Diarrhoea or constipation.Bloating or wind.Indigestion, acid reflux or abdominal pain.Ulceration of the food pipe, which may cause difficulty or pain swallowing or heartburn. … Pain in the joints, muscles or bones.May 31, 20I thought that my story was a Seroxat story. I thought that I had been duped, once, into taking a drug I probably didn’t need […]