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Osteoporosis

In summary, there are a variety of solutions to the problem of osteoporosis. Whatever choices you make should be made in consultation with your family doctor or a specialist and may require changes in lifestyle and diet, plus or minus hormone replacement or other supplemental or drug therapy. It is critical to address these issues, however, because osteoporosis is both preventable and treatable.

In order to help you make decisions about what particular treatment would be best for you, the following schematic may be useful.

The following nutrients, hormones, and drugs should be considered in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis:
1.Proper nutritional supplementation with vitamins and minerals, in particular calciumD3, 2-3 capsules in the morning as well as 3-4 Life-Magnesium glycinate capsules at bedtime.
2.Weight-bearing exercise may help increase bone density.
3.Supplemental hormones such as DHEA, 25-50 mg a day and melatonin, 300 mcg-3 mg each night should be considered by both men and women.
4.Vitamin K in the dose of 10 mg a day facilitates the formation of a bone-building protein and dramatically reduces fracture risk. Do not take vitamin K if you are taking Coumadin,Warfarin or some other type of anticoagulant medication. For treatment, take up to 45 mg a day under the supervision of a physician who monitors blood coagulation factors.
5.Consider bisphosphonate drug therapy if there is any evidence of a loss of bone mineral density as measured by a QCT test.
6.Application of natural progesterone cream may stabilize or improve bone density. Follow dosage directions in this protocol.
7.Men should pay particular attention to testosterone replacement therapy

8.Ipriflavone may suppress bone resorption, 300 mg a day.
9.Avoid red meat and switch to fish as a protein alternative. Using a supplement called Life-oil GLA/DHA (provides gamma linolenic acid from borage oil and DHA from fish oil) is the best documented way of suppressing excess levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines, such as interleukin-6 (IL-6) that break down bone.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact Solal Anti-aging Clinic,20 Ballyclare Dr ,Bryanston 011-463-0036

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Life-Calcium D3,Life-Magnesium Glycinate,Life-Multi-Mineral, DHEA -Diandron,Soy-Isoflavones,vitamin K plus, Life-oil GLA/DHA,Natural Progesterone cream – Bio-identical ,and melatonin may be obtained by calling (011)463-0036 or by sending your order to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Information on blood testing and physicians with expertise in growth hormone therapy is also available.

 
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