Do you know someone with osteoporosis? It
It wasn’t that long ago that age-related bone degeneration and subsequent loss of height, due to osteoporosis was accepted as a normal part of aging. Elderly people with stooped backs and brittle bones suffered from falls, which left them incapacitated due to broken bones. This story isn’t only historical though as even in Australia today it is estimated that 15% of women and 3% of men over the age of 50 suffer from osteoporosis. Today due to poor lifestyle choices, osteoporosis may begin in your teens? Yes, in your teens. Phosphorus in soft drinks will quickly weaken the bones of any teenager leading to osteoporosis
What is osteoporosis?
Osteoporosis occurs when there is a loss of calcium and other minerals from your bones, which undermines the normal bone structure and therefore strength due to many factors such as low estrogen, body
How to reduce the risk of osteoporosis?
During your growth years, calcium and other minerals from your diet form the foundation of strong healthy bones, with peak bone mass being achieved during your 20s. A lifelong diet rich in calcium incorporating dark green leafy vegetables, sardines, nuts and seeds, as well as dairy products all
( causing atherosclerosis) if your parathyroid gland is overactive. This means that your bones are releasing “old calcium ” from the bones but do not do allow the “new calcium” to replenish it. This is called osteoporosis type2. Osteoporosis type 2 can be reversed with the help of a naturopath and your commitment to change
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Danuta Hulajko is a holistic practitioner, international speaker and the founder & practitioner at the DH Natural Medicine Clinic and www.healingremedies.com.au in Sydney.
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