Tag: osteoporosis

Too Much Calcium Causes Magnesium Deficiency

Taking more “calcium-rich” foods or calcium supplements will not fix a calcium deficiency. It has to be the right form. Read More

Wheat: Cause For Diseases

Wheat, and all gluten, is the likel Cause of much Disease, not only in the digestive system, but also sytemic, and autoimmune. Read More

Vitamin D: More Important for Bones than Calcium

Take vitamin D supplements to ensure adequate vitamin D status during periods when there is little exposure to sunshine. Read More

Vitamin D to End Illness

Our modern lifestyle does not permit most people to obtain sufficient vitamin D from the sun, even though 90% of our vitamin D comes from the sun. Read More

Cancer-Prevention Vitamin That Your Body Makes for Free

There is a growing body of evidence that a higher intake of vitamin D may be helpful in the prevention and treatment of cancer, high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, diabetes mellitus, multiple sclerosis, and rheumatoid arthritis and other diseases. Read More

Wild Oats

Wild Oats Avena Sativa is believed to free up testosterone in both men and women. Read More

Vitamin K

Vitamin K is absolutely essential to build strong bones – and it is proven to prevent heart disease. For several years, compelling evidence has shown that most people don’t get enough vitamin K to protect their health through the foods they eat. Read More

Magnesium: Nutritional Aspects

Magnesium: research suggests that a shortage of magnesium may put you at increased risk of diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, osteoporosis, and maybe migraines. Read More

Magnesium: Most Not Getting Enough

Magnesium is essential for the functioning of more than 300 enzymes. Proper magnesium levels help maintain normal heart rhythms Read More

Magnesium Treatments

Bioavailability requires solubility, absorption, and eventual metabolism by the body. Bioavailability is a very important concept and gauges the extent to which an administered substance reaches its site of action or utilization in the body. Read More

Magnesium Shortage

USP grade magnesium chloride can be safely used for all forms of magnesium administration: intravenous (IV), intramuscular injection, oral, nebulization as well as transdermal applications. Read More

Magnesium Reduces Osteoporosis

Magnesium Reduces Osteoporosis. Women are four times more likely to develop osteoporosis than men. Read More

Magnesium Imbalance

Magnesium is necessary for the formation and functioning of healthy bones, teeth, muscles, and nerves. Read More

Magnesium Awareness Gallup Poll

Magnesium is essential for the functioning of more than 300 enzymes. Proper magnesium levels help maintain normal heart rhythms. Read More

Magnesium and Blood Clots

Magnesium is an important intracellular cation and cofactor for many human enzymes. Intravenous magnesium therapy has been shown to be useful in reducing mortality in thombolysis-ineligible patients with acute myocardial infarction (acute heart attack). Read More

Why Take Calcium Supplements?

Besides being a major building material in your bones and teeth, calcium (together with magnesium) regulate your autonomic nervous system. Read More

Importance of Calcium

Calcium deficient environment can produce tissue inflammation, calcium deposits, swollen joints, body aches, tumors, lymph congestion, excess mucus production, skin problems, allergies, colds, flu, swollen tonsils and loss of eyesight, just to name a few. Read More

Cellulite Reduced with Cleansing and pH Balancing

There is a fantastic benefit associated with reduced toxicity. Your body stores all toxins that it cannot get rid of in your fatty tissues. The more acidic you are, the bigger the thighs and hips on women and pot belly on men. Read More

Hormone Replacement Therapy

Major side effects from the new drug therapy that are chalked up to the “disease” itself Read More

Trauma or Surgery Recovery Treatments

Improve conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, gout and fibromyalgia. Read More

Tendonitis Prevention & Treatment

Tendonitis is usually a temporary condition, it has the potential to become a chronic problem. Tendonitis affects the old and young alike. Read More

Diabetes and Insulin Signaling

Check out everything you need to understand more deeply how insulin and diabetes affect bone mass and quality Read More

To Grow Strong Bones, Do You Need Calcium or Silica?

We need to ingest natural silica in an absorbable form. Read More

Osteoporosis is Treatable & Preventable

Every protein deficient person is calcium deficient in their tissues (NOT BLOOD). Every one of our treatment programs is headed up by Platinum Plus and restores the proper calcium balance. Read More

Osteoporosis and Milk

Consumption of dairy products, particularly at age 20 years, were associated with an increased risk of hip fractures Read More

Recovery Clinical Research

Some green tea catechins are chondroprotective and that consumption of green tea may be prophylactic for arthritis and may benefi t the arthritis patient by reducing inflammation Read More

Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis treatment includes medications that have one goal: to restore this delicate balance through inhibiting the activity of the osteoclasts Read More

Osteoporosis: The Bones of Contention

United States over 20 million people have osteoporosis and approximately 1.3 million people each year will suffer a bone fracture as a result of osteoporosis Read More

Osteoporosis and Osteopenia Risk Factors

Some tips to help eliminate the environmental factors that lead to Osteopenia Risks Read More

Osteoporosis Prevention & Treatment

Regain Your Freedom to Move ~ Heal at the root of your pain! Read More

Milk Causes Osteoporosis

The latest research is showing that far from protecting bones, milk actually increases the risk of osteoporosis by eroding bone-making cells Read More

Fosamax: Turning Bone To Marble

Osteoclasts are cells that tear down bone; osteoblasts build new cells in those spaces Read More

Podcast 120 about Orgono Silica

Silica is important for all connective tissue, skin, hair, nails, bones, cartilage. Your body can absorb and utilize organic based minerals much better than inorganic. This is why we eat plants, fruits and vegetables, they contain organic nutrients. Plants use inorganic minerals from the soil and store them as organic minerals. When we ingest plants, we are getting organic minerals the way nature intended it. Read More