What Causes Osteoporosis and How to Prevent It

Osteoporosis is a sneaky disease without many symptoms.  One day we break a bone and come to find out the reason being is the deterioration of our bone mass.  While we are unable to visibly see our bones or their condition, it is paramount that we take good care of them.  How do we do that?

Learn what causes osteoporosis and what we can do to prevent it in the following tips from our experts:

Osteoporosis – The Real Cause

Osteoporosis is one of many names given the deterioration in your bones, which makes bones more fragile and therefore more easily break. As time goes on, bones that have not received increased nutrition, eventually deteriorate, just as any other organ of the body. Unfortunately, there is no real help offered any patient who suffers from osteoporosis, other than more drugs, fake calcium tablets or worse, replacing bone with metal.

But did you know there is an actual cause of osteoporosis? No, not your genes; it is the same cause of arthritis, too — Toxic Buildup! YES, Toxic Buildup leads to all deterioration of bones and joint movement. This is tantamount to adding poison to water then watering flowers with it — eventually all will die! Your bones are exactly the same. Only real food with real nutrition can clean out this Toxic Buildup and put bone density back, and do it swiftly.

D. Wayne, PhD., Best-Selling Author, Natural Healing

Dietary Approach to Strong Bones

  • Eat plenty of vegetables, especially leafy greens (which are rich in calcium). Five to seven portions daily and include parsley, roots, and cruciferous vegetables such as cauliflower and cabbage. They are rich in magnesium, which are essential in bone formation and calcium utilization.
  • Cook with stocks made with vegetables and a stick of kombu seaweed, or with fish, chicken or beef bones and a tablespoon of vinegar to liberate the minerals.
  • Eat a moderate amount of sunflower and pumpkin seeds for the minerals and natural fats
  • Include a modest amount of whole grains for the fiber and complex carbohydrates
  • Eat beans and moderate amount of naturally raised animal foods for protein
  • Use butter, extra virgin olive, flaxseed, and unrefined sesame oils for essential fatty acids.
  • Avoid foods that create acidic blood pH – such as dairy, meat, and soda. When the body needs to balance blood pH, it will draw calcium from the bones – this can reduce bone density. Phosphorous from soda also compete with calcium for absorption.

Ling Wong, Holistic Nutrition and Wellness Coach, Thoughts For Foods Holistic Health

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