Keeping Bones Healthy

| August 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Osteoporosis (Osteo=bone. Porosis = holes) is a condition similar to rotted or termite infested wood. With age, bones become fragile and brittle due to mineral loss. The condition can cause a disfigurement of the spine called “kyphosis” or “widow’s hump”. Osteoporosis is also associated with fractures of the spine and hips. About 40% of the time, hip fractures lead to death.

The MSU treatment for osteoporosis is a class of drugs called bisphosphobates. Fossamax, Reclast and Boniva are in this class. These drugs should be stopped immediately for two reasons. One, they don’t work in preventing fractures. They don’t restore bone health, but actually do further damage. Secondly, they can cause side effects ranging from severe heartburn to osteonecrosis of the jaw to cancer of the esophagus. Osteonecrosis (Osteo=bone. Necrosis=death) of the jaw is shown in pics below. These drugs rot out the jaw bones and make teeth fall out. DO NOT TAKE THESE DRUGS!

How do you prevent/reverse osteoporosis? You simply look at how Intelligent Design provides for strong bones in youth and copy Intelligent Design.

  1. Chronic inflammation is caused by the immune system producing chemicals called cytokines in response to critter overgrowth. Cytokines can destroy normal tissue like bone. Following the BALi Eating Plan reduces inflammation.
  2. Bioidentical hormones are the difference between the frailty of old age and the vibrancy of youth. Progesterone, testosterone and DHEA are hormones that make bones strong. Get with a doctor who offers bioidentical hormone replacement. Amy Dunn in Amarillo. Veritas Medical in Lubbock.
  3. No pressure, no diamonds. Bones respond to pressure by absorbing more minerals. Walk uphill. Lift weights. Jump rope. Water exercise does not help build strong bones.
  4. Check your MCV. This tells you the size of red blood cells. Above 85 suggest that B 12 levels are low. This is caused by not producing enough hydrochloric acid. Hydrochloric acid is critical for absorbing magnesium, calcium, silica, manganese and other bone minerals. Milk/dairy do not improve bone health. The opposite is true. DO NOT TAKE A CALCIUM SUPPLEMENT UNLESS YOUR BLOOD LEVELS OF CALCIUM ARE LOW.

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(MSU is a commonly used Robyism that typically stands for “make science up” or “make sh*t up”. “Critter” is commonly used to reference Candida yeast overgrowth and inflammation.)

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