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Osteoporosis Protection and Treatment Protocol Continuation

    

IMO Osteoporosis is largely a Man Made problem

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“I think of osteoporosis as being the greatest misunderstood women’s health problem of modern times. Doctors have been pushing calcium on us for decades and osteoporosis continues to plague us. Excessive calcium contributes to arthritis and heart disease, diseases that have become more prevalent in women ever since calcium has been emphasized. Not only is calcium not the solution, in many cases it’s the problem.”  Doctor Nan Fuchs PhD, Women’s health specialist

”Remember all those milk enzymes that got destroyed by pasteurization. One of them was called phosphatase - essential for calcium absorption. We don't get calcium from milk. Children don't need milk for strong bones and teeth. Milk doesn't prevent osteoporosis. All these ideas were ingrained into our conscious from where? The school dietary "education" programs since the 1950s. Paid for by whom? Right, the American Dairy Industry. After you find all this out, the killing blow is when you learn that milk causes osteoporosis, because metabolizing all this artificial manmade food steals calcium from the bones and teeth. 'Lactose intolerance' - you always hear that. There's no such thing. They want to pretend some people have a genetic defect whereby they can't digest milk sugar. Lactose is milk sugar. But it's not the milk sugar we're allergic to - it's the milk. We all have milk intolerance. No one can digest pasteurized milk!”   The Doctor Within   Note milk AND Calcium Supplements

“Most people have come to believe nutrition is divisible, and that a single substance will maintain vibrant health. The touting of calcium for the degenerative disease osteoporosis provides an excellent example. Every day the media, acting as proxy for the milk lobby, sells calcium as a magic bullet. Has it worked? Definitely for sales of milk, but for American health it has been a disaster. When you load up your system with excess calcium, you shut down magnesium's ability to activate thyrocalcitonin, a hormone that under normal circumstances would send calcium to your bones.”  William R. Quesnell, author of 'Minerals: The Essential Link to Health’

One of the primary roles of vitamin D is the regulation of calcium and phosphorus absorption and metabolism for bone health. This role is especially important during pregnancy and lactation because bones develop rapidly during this period.” William B. Grant, PhD, and Michael F. Holick, PhD, MD

“In a study of postmenopausal women the lower the blood level of vitamin K in individuals the lower their bone density.” Kanai et al

“A boron deficiency may contribute greatly to osteoporosis and menopausal symptoms.” Murray & Pizzorno

“Many clinical findings show bone mineral density is directly related to serum 25-Hydroxy Vitamin D levels.” Michael Holick PhD MD Vitamin D Expert

"Calcium intake demonstrated no protective in preventing bone fractures. In fact, those populations with the highest calcium intakes had higher fracture rates than those with more modest calcium intakes." Calif Tissue Int 1992;50

“A group from Minnesota found that 100 percent of elderly patients admitted for fragility fractures were vitamin-D deficient despite the fact that half of them were taking vitamin D supplements.” Curr Med Res Opin. 2005, Note this is your government RDA at work. a RDA for vitamin D of 200 – 400 IU is criminal IMO  

“In a study very low blood levels of vitamin K1 were found in patients who had fractures. The severity of the fracture strongly correlated with the level of circulating vitamin K.” Bitensky

“In a study of postmenopausal women the lower the blood level of vitamin K in individuals the lower their bone density.” Kanai et al

“As if cancer risk is not bad enough, let's look at another of women's greatest fears: osteoporosis after menopause. Here is a simple topic about which most women have been completely duped. Standard "common sense" inculcated by media, advertising, and their Ob/Gyn-drug reps warns women that they must take estrogen and calcium or else they will experience bone loss. This false notion is one of the truly great masterpieces of modern disinformation. First of all, there are no valid, randomized clinical studies which demonstrate increased bone mineralization following HRT. Osteoporosis is not a disease of calcium deficiency. It's a disease of matrix deficiency: the framework got flimsier. There isn't as much matrix to attach the calcium to. There's plenty of available calcium. Calcium is an inert mineral contained in most foods. The body maintains the blood levels of calcium at a certain level. Anything extra, like in calcium supplements, is spilled out of the body by the kidneys, because it's over the normal blood levels. If there's only so much framework, it really doesn't matter how much calcium is in the blood; the excess is spilled out.”  The Doctor Within

“It's true that Americans have a high rate of osteoporosis, not just women. But this has nothing to do with estrogen. Do horses get osteoporosis? Never. What do they eat? Grass. How about cows? Are they taking Cal-Mag? Do they take Premarin? Calcium is in all foods. Do menopausal horses get osteoporosis? Negative. Do post menopausal third world women get osteoporosis? Negative. So if HRT is not going to reverse osteoporosis, what will? Reducing pasteurized dairy intake, and other artificial foods, like white sugar and soft drinks.” The Doctor Within

“Taking synthetic estrogen cannot rebuild bones. It can temporarily slow the rate of bone loss, but when the HRT is stopped, osteoporosis soon catches up like the woman never took HRT at all. Is that temporary benefit worth a 9-14 times greater risk of cancer? Dr. Lee thinks not. (Lee, p152) In addition, many common drugs cause osteoporosis. Millions have been duped into the thyroid scam - told they were overweight because they were 'hypothyroid.' Synthroid to the rescue. What the doctor never tells you is that Synthroid stimulates osteoclasts to resorb bone. (Physicians Desk Reference) Remember how bone is built by living tissue? Well, that happens with the simultaneous action of two complementary types of blood cells: osteoclasts for tearing down old bone, and osteoblasts for building new bone. Obviously an imbalance in either one of these will cause a problem.” The Doctor Within

“Milk Promotes Calcium Loss: A major concern of those who have been advised to stop drinking milk is, "What will happen to my teeth and bones?" The answer is astoundingly simple, "They will improve.” The majority of the world's population takes in less than half the recommended daily calcium intake of 800 mg a day and yet they have strong bones and healthy teeth. The notion that continuous ingestion of high amount of calcium is needed in order to maintain strong bones and prevent osteoporosis must be dispelled. Studies have repeatedly shown that strong bone is due more to a function of optimum amount of magnesium and a low acidic environment in the body rather than calcium from a nutrient perspective.”   Doctor Michael Lam MD

"The team concluded that diabetes has a more pronounced effect on bone health than ovariectomy, and they suggest that diabetes in post-menopausal women may also be a greater risk factor for osteoporosis than the decline in sex hormones associated with menopause. They said that the presence of omega-3 fatty acids in flaxseed oil may play a role in protecting the processes of matrix formation and bone mineralization, which apparently are compromised by diabetes and menopause.”   Flaxseed Oil Cuts Osteoporosis Risk in Older Diabetic Women.

Weston Price on Bone Broth, Gelatin, Collagen and MORE

Also See Gelatin Protocol

    

Bone drugs could raise fracture risk: Warning to hundreds of thousands of women

Hundreds of thousands of women taking drugs for osteoporosis could be at risk of serious fractures in their legs. Doctors warn that the most commonly prescribed group of treatments, bisphosphonates, may cause breaks in the thigh bone. 

      

An Approach to Osteoporosis and Other Health Problems

"To date, virtually all osteoporosis patients I have seen have reversed their problem with diet and supplements!”   Doctor Robert Rowen MD, Note IMO diet, supplements AND exercise will prevent or solve MOST of your problems.

“Fennel is just one example of a veggie that's excellent for your bones. High vegetable intake has been associated with positive effects on bone mineral status for years.2 Eating high quality, organic, biodynamic, locally grown veggies will naturally increase your bone density and strength, and will decrease your risk of developing a fracture at virtually any age.”   Specially Fermented Vegetables and Fennel are More Effective Than Calcium to Prevent Bone Loss

  

As you will have noted if you read the numerous research paragraphs above there are literally hundreds of things you can do to improve the odds of NEVER HAVING OSTEOPOROSIS PROBLEMS. Incidentally you need to reread the research a few times over many months for it to soak in. It may at first seem overwhelming to imagine including all these salubrious habits, foods and supplements in your life. Just take it one simple step at a time. Start anywhere you wish, say calcium; as you read the calcium research and view excess calcium’s ties to hundreds of KNOWN health problems your resolve to eat good calcium food sources and avoid excess supplemental calcium will be strengthened. Calcium will tie in hundreds of steps which logically follow your strengthening decision to eliminate excess supplemental calcium from your life. The web of actions required to avoid osteoporosis is great. The good part is in avoiding osteoporosis you will also be avoiding MANY other health problems in large part; when you address these problems you will find much of the work you must do to avoid these problems has already been done.

What is Disease?

    

Osteoporosis a Problem for Women AND Men 

"1-in-2 women and 1-in-4 men over age 50 will suffer at least one bone fracture in their lifetime.”    Doctor Nan Fuchs PhD

Osteoporosis a weakening of the bone is often thought of as a woman’s problem but men please take note, almost 30% of hip fractures, the most serious bone fracture, occur in men and 1 in 8 men over age 50 will have an osteoporotic fracture. Perhaps we should work together with our wives to avoid this man made scourge. Osteoporosis is strongly associated with low levels of magnesium (See Magnesium Protocol), vitamin D (See Vitamin D Protocol), vitamin K  and boron (See Boron Protocol). Postmenopausal women with osteoporosis respond favorably and rapidly to Weight Bearing Exercise, higher levels of vitamin D plus vitamin K, boron, calcium, magnesium and if required progesterone.

      

Osteoporosis is Usually a Lack of Information

IMO osteoporosis is a condition often resulting from ignorance of the basic bone building process and pseudo-medical propaganda by milk, Drug manufactures and others. I cannot guarantee you will not get osteoporosis if you follow this protocol but I believe it will work for 99 + % of you. It does not matter how poor your bones are currently they WILL RESPOND rather quickly to the proper actions on your part! Osteoporosis is one of the easiest health problems for YOU to solve because it is almost ALL under your direct control. Solve your osteoporosis problem in your relative youth and you will be ahead of the game.

  

YOUR BODY is Not as Weak as YOU are 

Here is one of the most fantastic properties of your body IMO. No matter how much you have abused and mistreated your body once you start to do the right things your body immediately responds by vigorously striding toward health. Where there is life there is hope; it’s not just a saying. Unlike you and I our bodies don’t have a will power problem. Our bodies KNOW what to do to achieve good health; our bodies WANT good health. It takes a large effort on our part, advertent or inadvertent to thwart our bodies in their drive for good health. Become a considerate partner for your body and the both of you will shine.

   

Water and your Bones

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Since your Bones are normally 22% water; how can you expect optimal Bone function with bones consisting of 20% water.

    

WEIGHT BEARING EXERCISE is the BEST WAY to AVOID or TREAT OSTEOPOROSIS

This indicates that women who participate in impact sports such as volleyball and basketball had higher Bone Mass Densities and bone formation values than female swimmers.” Journal of Applied Physiology

“Weight-bearing aerobic activities involve doing aerobic exercise on your feet, with your bones supporting your weight. Examples include walking, dancing, low-impact aerobics, elliptical training machines, stair climbing and gardening. These types of exercise work directly on the bones in your legs, hips and lower spine to slow mineral loss. They can also provide cardiovascular benefits, which boost heart and circulatory system health.” Mayo Clinic, Exercising with osteoporosis

“Weight-bearing exercise led to significant increases above baseline in bone mineral content which were maintained with continued training in older, postmenopausal women. With reduced weight-bearing exercise, bone mass reverted to baseline levels.”  Weight-bearing exercise training and lumbar bone mineral content in postmenopausal women

“According to numerous studies and aging manuals, strength training, is an activity known to increase bone mass and thus decrease the possibility of osteoporosis.”  Bone density sharply enhanced by weight training, even in the elderly

"My sister uses your weight vest & has gone from Osteopenia to healthy bones!" Allison, Fredericksburg, TX

“In fact as important as hormonal and dietary factors are, they are not the most critical factors for maintaining healthy bones; exercise is the most critical. One hour of moderate exercise three times a week has been shown to prevent bone loss and increase bone mass in postmenopausal women. Immobility doubles the rate of calcium excretion resulting in negative calcium balance. The best thing people can do to strengthen their bones is to get physical activity.” Murray & Pizzorno

“Weight bearing exercises is as close as one can get when one is searching for a magic bullet in the prevention of osteoporosis. The positive effect of exercise on bone density is greatest in adults who have been sedimentary and just started exercising. Studies have shown that even elderly adults over age 80 who have done active exercise and weight bearing programs can significantly increase their bone density over a shot period of time. Weight bearing exercises such as walking, running, jogging, dancing, are especially important. While swimming is a great exercise for cardiovascular diseases, it is not as good for bone health when compared to walking and jogging.” Doctor Michael Lam MD

The best way to avoid or treat osteoporosis is weight bearing exercise (See Weight Bearing Exercise Protocol). Stressing your bones will make the bone stronger. If you are right handed your right arm and right leg have greater bone masses than your left ones, often as much as 8% more. They have this greater mass and STRENGTH because you use them more. Incidentally just because a bone has greater mass does not always mean that bone is stronger. As we see modern wonder drugs such as the bisphosphonates can build bones with greater mass that are weaker and more likely to fracture.

One way to stress your bones is to for example pick up and carry a heavy bag, one quarter of your body weight or more as you walk, turn and set down the bag. You want to flex and twist your bones under load. Running will do this for many of your bones. Weight lifting is also a good way, even stair climbing and vigorous walking are good for your bones.

If you are elderly or have a bad case of current osteoporosis please take all the steps nutritionally BEFORE starting an exercise program and then ease into it by walking and stair climbing IMO. Please remember to start low and go slow. I would hate to see one of your snap a weak bone lifting too heavy a weight. Start with five pounds if you are frail; add a pound or two a week and soon enough you will be lifting one quarter your body weight. Remember as long as you are INCREASING your bone strength the odds are low that bone will fail; if you are providing all the nutrients required to build bone; avoiding the things that tear down your bones; stress will strengthen your bones; just as nature intends.

    

WEIGHT BEARING EXERCISE is the BEST WAY to AVOID or TREAT OSTEOPOROSIS

“This indicates that women who participate in impact sports such as volleyball and basketball had higher Bone Mass Densities and bone formation values than female swimmers.” Journal of Applied Physiology

“Weight-bearing aerobic activities involve doing aerobic exercise on your feet, with your bones supporting your weight. Examples include walking, dancing, low-impact aerobics, elliptical training machines, stair climbing and gardening. These types of exercise work directly on the bones in your legs, hips and lower spine to slow mineral loss. They can also provide cardiovascular benefits, which boost heart and circulatory system health.” Mayo Clinic, Exercising with osteoporosis

“Weight-bearing exercise led to significant increases above baseline in bone mineral content which were maintained with continued training in older, postmenopausal women. With reduced weight-bearing exercise, bone mass reverted to baseline levels.”  Weight-bearing exercise training and lumbar bone mineral content in postmenopausal women

“According to numerous studies and aging manuals, strength training, is an activity known to increase bone mass and thus decrease the possibility of osteoporosis.”  Bone density sharply enhanced by weight training, even in the elderly

"My sister uses your weight vest & has gone from Osteopenia to healthy bones!" Allison, Fredericksburg, TX

“In fact as important as hormonal and dietary factors are, they are not the most critical factors for maintaining healthy bones; exercise is the most critical. One hour of moderate exercise three times a week has been shown to prevent bone loss and increase bone mass in postmenopausal women. Immobility doubles the rate of calcium excretion resulting in negative calcium balance. The best thing people can do to strengthen their bones is to get physical activity.” Murray & Pizzorno

“Weight bearing exercises is as close as one can get when one is searching for a magic bullet in the prevention of osteoporosis. The positive effect of exercise on bone density is greatest in adults who have been sedimentary and just started exercising. Studies have shown that even elderly adults over age 80 who have done active exercise and weight bearing programs can significantly increase their bone density over a shot period of time. Weight bearing exercises such as walking, running, jogging, dancing, are especially important. While swimming is a great exercise for cardiovascular diseases, it is not as good for bone health when compared to walking and jogging.” Doctor Michael Lam MD

"The surest method to build bone is weight bearing exercise. Stress on your bones creates tiny cracks in old weak bone. Your body responds by creating more osteoblasts, which fill the cracks with new bone."   Doctor David Williams MD

   

THE BEST WAY to AVOID or TREAT OSTEOPORSIS is WEIGHT-BEARING EXERCISE

"Exercise is especially important . Calcium is laid down in the bone through torsion or gravitational stress on the bone. Weight bearing creates piezoelectric currents in the living structure of bone., which assists calcium deposition."   Doctor Robert Rowen MD

“All cases of osteoporosis are a weight lifting deficiency.”  Doctor Brian Clement MD

   

The best way to avoid or treat osteoporosis is weight bearing exercise (See Weight Bearing Exercise Protocol). Stressing your bones will make the bone stronger. If you are right handed your right arm and right leg have greater bone masses than your left ones, often as much as 8% more. They have this greater mass and STRENGTH because you use them more. Incidentally just because a bone has greater mass does not always mean that bone is stronger. As we see modern wonder drugs such as the bisphosphonates can build bones with greater mass that are weaker and more likely to fracture.

One way to stress your bones is to for example pick up and carry a heavy bag, one quarter of your body weight or more as you walk, turn and set down the bag. You want to flex and twist your bones under load. Running will do this for many of your bones. Weight lifting is also a good way, even stair climbing and vigorous walking are good for your bones.

If you are elderly or have a bad case of current osteoporosis please take all the steps nutritionally BEFORE starting an exercise program and then ease into it by walking and stair climbing IMO. Please remember to start low and go slow. I would hate to see one of your snap a weak bone lifting too heavy a weight. Start with five pounds if you are frail; add a pound or two a week and soon enough you will be lifting one quarter your body weight. Remember as long as you are INCREASING your bone strength the odds are low that bone will fail; if you are providing all the nutrients required to build bone; avoiding the things that tear down your bones; stress will strengthen your bones; just as nature intends.

    

Vitamin D and Osteoporosis

The simple primal act of getting LOTS of the high noon sun on your bare “unprotected” skin in large amounts just may be the most important single thing you can do for your health. If the sun casts a shadow longer than you are tall you cannot make adequate vitamin D from the sun. You MUST take vitamin D3 at the daily rate of about 1000 IU/20 pounds of body weight.

   

“Many clinical findings show bone mineral density is directly related to serum 25-Hydroxy Vitamin D levels.” Michael Holick PhD MD Vitamin D Expert   

“Current research indicates vitamin D deficiency plays a role in causing seventeen varieties of cancer as well as heart disease, stroke, hypertension, autoimmune diseases, diabetes, depression, chronic pain, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, muscle weakness, muscle wasting, birth defects, and periodontal disease.” Doctor John Cannell Vitamin D Council

“A group from Minnesota found that 100 percent of elderly patients admitted for fragility fractures were vitamin-D deficient despite the fact that half of them were taking vitamin D supplements.” Curr Med Res Opin. 2005, Note this is your government RDA at work. a RDA for vitamin D of 200 – 400 is criminal IMO  

“The synergistic effect of vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 in preventing osteoporosis has been shown in clinical trials.” Hirao et al

One of the primary roles of vitamin D is the regulation of calcium and phosphorus absorption and metabolism for bone health. This role is especially important during pregnancy and lactation because bones develop rapidly during this period.” William B. Grant, PhD, and Michael F. Holick, PhD, MD

"Bone cells exposed to vitamin D produced  up to nine times as much osteocalcin as cells that were not exposed."   Doctor David Williams MD, Note osteocalcin stimulates the production of osteobalsts which build new bone

IMO there is absolutely no question but that you MUST assure a decent vitamin D level, at least 60 - 85 ng/ml, to assure good bones. The worse your bones the higher to shoot for IMO.

  

Vitamin C and Osteoporosis

Doctor Thomas Levy MD, JD Vitamin C and Osteoporosis

Doctor Levy tells us if we keep a high to decent level of vitamin C in our body our body will not have to destroy so much oxidized bone and thus will need less bone rebuilding. CALCIUM in diary and supplements is NOT the answer.

     

Calcium and Drugs are NOT the way

Doctor Thomas Levy MD, JD Death by Calcium

“I think of osteoporosis as being the greatest misunderstood women’s health problem of modern times. Doctors have been pushing calcium on us for decades and osteoporosis continues to plague us. Excessive calcium contributes to arthritis and heart disease, diseases that have become more prevalent in women ever since calcium has been emphasized. Not only is calcium not the solution, in many cases it’s the problem.”  Doctor Nan Fuchs PhD, Women’s health specialist

“Fosamax can dramatically increase your chances of getting arterial fibrillation. Arterial fibrillation is a worrisome irregular heart beat. And the increase in risk isn't small. The drug increases your risk of arterial fibrillation by 86% in just three years. Since Fosamax is a long-term drug, it's quite likely anyone who takes the drug will eventually have heart problems. To protect you from arterial fibrillation, your doctor likely will have you take Coumadin (rat poison). Coumadin thins your blood and prevents blood clots. But it also promotes osteoporosis. You're obviously not going to get healthy with this type of system.” Doctor Robert J. Rowen MD

“Other non-estrogen drugs which are prescribed to supposedly reduce the chance of osteoporosis have serious side effects. In his video, Dr. James Lee outlines the dangers of a very popular drug named Fosamax. It's actually quite simple. Again, living healthy bone must go through a constant process of old cells being replaced by new cells, so that every few years we have an entire new skeleton. Osteoclasts are cells that tear down bone; osteoblasts build new cells in those spaces. Got that? OK. The intellects behind Fosamax have decided that if they can stop the osteoclasts from doing their normal job of tearing down bone, this will prevent osteoporosis. How? By the buildup of Fosamax crystals in the bone, which just stay there long after a normal lifespan, which artificially stops the removal system - the osteoclasts. Now there are no spaces in which new bone cells can form. The Fosamax crystals cannot be broken down by the body, and remain in the bone for 15 or 20 years, taking up space, and offering an artificial, plastic-like composition in what should be normal healthy bone. Dr. Lee tells us that modern Fosamax is 1000 times more potent than the original drug.” The Doctor Within

“Fosamax kills the osteoclasts, so only the osteoblasts are left. When the bones are not being broken down, bone density will show an apparent increase. However, as times goes on, this will back fire. As bones become denser due to the lack of break down, they actually become weaker, as they have not been allowed to remold themselves and readjust to the constantly changing forces that are applied to the bones. Over time, the rise in bone density slows down, while the risk of fractures actually increases as the bone becomes more brittle. In addition, the bisphosphates drugs may also cause serious inflammation in several regions of the eyes. In a study reported in the New England Journal of Medicine in March 20th, 2003, researchers reviewed thousands of cases in which patients were prescribed bisphosphates and tracked 314 patients who had also reported to have eye problems. Although side effects were rare, several types of inflammation did occur, leading to the loss of vision and blindness. Other side effects included nausea, heartburn, abdominal pain, muscle cramps, irritability, pain when swallowing, and diarrhea. Aspirin and other non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen may also increase the damage to the stomach if taken with Fosamax?”  Doctor Michael Lam MD

"It's bad enough that the bisphosphonate drugs can induce a catastrophic death to your jawbone called osteonecrosis. It's bad enough that these drugs make bone denser at the cost of brittleness. Now there's evidence that they cause cancer — of the esophagus. According to an article in the New England Journal of Medicine, there have been 23 cases (of which 8 were fatal) reported in the United States. All of these cases were directly associated with Fosamax, Merck's best-selling osteoporosis drug. Europe and Japan reported another 31 cases (6 fatal). In these cases, 21 had taken Fosamax. Six took Actonel, Boniva, Didronel, or a combination of these. And four cases cited bisphosphonates as drugs associated with, but not directly linked, to the cancer. The article also said, "The median time from drug exposure to diagnosis was 2.1 years for patients from the United States and 1.3 years for the patients from Europe and Japan." Doctor Robert Rowen MD

An osteoporosis program that depends on toxic drugs or supplemental calcium intake is IMO a recipe for failure. High dietary levels of calcium, when vitamin D (See Vitamin D Protocol) and other bone essentials are insufficient, may contribute to calcification of your arteries, joints, kidney (See Kidney Protection Protocol) and perhaps even your brain. Since magnesium and vitamin K deficiency can also promote osteoporosis and calcium deposits in soft tissues, magnesium, vitamin K and vitamin D are likely to be primary factors and that calcium is secondary when it comes to the prevention of bone loss. Please note the puny 100 – 400 IU of vitamin D found in most multivitamins seems to have little positive effect.

Medical authorities claim that the widespread incidence of osteoporosis and tooth decay in western countries can be prevented with a high calcium intake. However Asian and African populations with a low intake (about 300 mg) of calcium daily have very little osteoporosis. Bantu women with an intake of 200 to 300 mg of calcium from ALL sources daily have the lowest incidence of osteoporosis in the world. In western countries with a high intake of dairy products the average daily calcium intake is about 1000 mg.

The Scandinavian countries have the highest calcium consumption, primarily from dairy; they also have the highest Osteoporosis rates. With a low magnesium intake, calcium moves out of your bones to increase tissue levels, while a high magnesium intake causes calcium to move from the tissues into your bones. Thus high magnesium levels leads to bone mineralization. Vitamin D is certainly a prime factor IMO in Scandinavia and other places so far from the equator.

Green leafy vegetables, weight bearing exercise in the sunshine and a little boron and vitamin K provide almost everything your bones need; perhaps that is why many cultures with very low calcium consumption have such good bones. If you do not salt meat your body is forced to pull calcium from your bones to neutralize the acidic by products of the digesting meat. The sodium in your salt or food will neutralize the acid without pulling calcium from your bones.

     

Balance your Calcium with equal amounts of Magnesium

     

Continuation of  Osteoporosis Protection and Treatment Protocol (See Osteoporosis Protection and Treatment Protocol Continuation)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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