Osteoporosis

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Osteoporosis: is defined as loss of bone density, when in fact, the exact opposite effect is occurring i.e. failure to build new bone faster than old bone is breaking-down or is being dismantled by osteoclast cells responsible for dismantling bone that either needs to be replaced or for minerals bone contain that are needed by the body for neutralizing an acidic [high levels of acid waste] terrain.

Overview

Osteoporosis (OP) is a progressive, degenerative condition where the body withdraws alkaline minerals, like calcium and magnesium, from the bones to neutralize acid wastes in the body, and for managing the condition of pre-diabetes.

Because magnesium deficiency is so very prevalent, it does not take much to draw down magnesium levels leaving calcium unopposed.

Calcium dominance leads to brittleness in the bones and forces the body to remodel bone in the absence of sufficient magnesium which results in LESS DENSE BONE!  This does NOT happen for lack of calcium or other minerals; it occurs because the body is acidic and is no longer able to build bone as fast as it is deteriorating.

To learn more about calcium overload and magnesium deficiency, see Osteoporosis: The Untold Story by clicking link.

A MAJOR driver in osteoporosis is insulin and leptin resistance.  Be certain to read,  Special Insights, Premature Aging & Pre-diabetes Causes, Answers & Solutions by clicking the hyperlink.

Contrary to medical myth, osteoporosis is not a disease, but it is a condition of neglect and abuse; meaning, it is BOTH avoidable and reversible.

Osteoporosis is a condition that is 100% predictable because it comes with loss of control over the body’s terrain [meaning, acidification] as people age which begins by age 35 and continues until mitigated through personal responsibility and changes in diet and lifestyle.

Osteoporosis is process is known as remodeling or osteogenesis; a process that should be occurring 24/7/365, but typically peaks around age 35.  when young and healthy, the body completely replaces itself every seven, years.  But, by age 50 it takes double the time, and as we grow older, say age 70 it takes up to 25 years.

Loss of bone density occurs about 10 years earlier in females than males for multiple, individual reasons.

Osteogenesis is the process by which the body lays down new, health  bone. The reverse of osteogenesis is called osteoporosis, and as it accelerates, calcification and scar tissue formation occur throughout the body.

For example, calcification (deposition of excess minerals in the back [spinal stenosis] or in the hands [arthritis] or breasts [breast cancer]or in the feet [abnormal growth of connective tissue and mineral deposits] is occurs partially as an autoimmune response related to waste overload and chronic inflammation and insulin and leptin resistance.

Broken hips are a classic confirmation of advanced osteoporosis. When the event occurs, first the femur/hip breaks/shatters, then comes the, fall. The fall follows the event. Poor balance is often a contributing factor, but it is not the cause of the event.

Contributing Factors

A few key factors in the osteoporosis story are:

  1. Inefficient micro circulation of blood and lymphatic fluids i.e. poor circulation.
  2. Accumulation of toxic waste in the tissues, organs and joints.
  3. Dietary intake of sugar, sweets, fruit, juices and alcohol.
  4. Sluggish bowels, poor liver function, lack of hormonal rhythm.
  5. Bad diet, poor digestion, insufficient exercise, insufficient intake of water.
  6. Consumption of soft drinks, lack of sleep, over eating and eating too often.

Know, autoimmune response a side effect of the Autoimmune Attack Cycle and the Sugar/Alcohol Cycle where the body attacks itself.  Click hyperlinks to learn more about them.

Be sure and read Special Insights, Cancer, Acidity, Fermentation & pH A Free Self-Help Protocol For All

See Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life by clicking hyperlink. Know, that hormone resistance is a fact of life for EVERYONE, young and old, alike! Learn about it and do not ignore this component of aging and degenerative dis-ease.

A few factors in the osteoporosis story are:

  1. Inefficient micro circulation of blood and lymphatic fluids i.e. poor circulation.
  2. Accumulation of toxic waste in the tissues, organs and joints.
  3. Dietary intake of sugar, sweets, fruit, juices and alcohol.
  4. Sluggish bowels, poor liver function, lack of hormonal rhythm.
  5. Bad diet, poor digestion, insufficient exercise, insufficient intake of water.
  6. Consumption of soft drinks, lack of sleep, over eating and eating too often.

By the time osteoporosis can be diagnosed, structural bone damage has already occurred. Diagnosis is confirmation that the body is toxic and regeneration of new, healthy bone to replace honeycombed, unhealthy bones is regressive in nature.

Solutions

Osteoporosis always involves an acidic terrain loaded with waste as confirmed by a urine pH below 6.0. Reduction of acid waste OVERLOAD is accomplished by following the Tissue & Liver Protocol. Consider it your get out of jail card and the quickest way to dissolve 20 years of neglect and abuse. Click hyperlink to learn more.

Another habit everyone should be practicing is: a tablespoon of raw apple cider vinegar in a glass of water, between meals, several times a day.  This will NOT reverse osteoporosis, but it will provide some relief and slow the progressive nature of this degenerative condition. And, it is not dangerous like the not so wonderful medications commonly prescribed.

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

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