Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Osteoporosis alternative medicine Reosto


Osteoporosis affects over 20 million people in the USA alone. Bones become fragile and weak and can easily fracture. It can lead to spinal degeneration and humpback. Peak bone mass is achieved around 35 years of age and after this, bones lose density. Osteoporosis generally affects women more than men as their bones are thinner and lighter. Bone loss also accelerates after menopause so that most women lose 30-50% of their bone mass by age 65.
Generally intake of calcium supplements and estrogen hormone replacement therapy are used in cases of osteoporosis. However simply using calcium without sufficient absorption will not help. There are many countries where people consume less that 200mg of calcium per day and yet have a very low rate of osteoporosis. On the other hand Eskimo women have one of the highest rates of osteoporosis despite an intake of
over 2,000 mg of calcium per day. research has shown that lifelong use of these hormones helps to maintain bone strength, though it does not restore bone loss that has already occurred.

Also hormone replacement therapy does not restore lost bone mass in addition to increasing the risks of endometrial cancer and heart disease. Also once the therapy is stopped, calcium loss increases substantially. Also it has been shown that it is not just estrogen but progesterone that helps in calcium absorption.

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  4. Osteoporosis is a disease in which bones become fragile and more likely to fracture. Usually the bone loses density, which measures the amount of calcium and minerals in the bone.

    Tips for Preventing Osteoporosis, Keep active and exercise your entire body, Take vitamin and mineral supplements if you're not getting enough calcium, vitamin D, magnesium and other bone nutrients from your diet,

    Eat greens with gusto. Leafy green vegetables have lots of calcium, plus the potassium and vitamin K you need to block calcium loss from bones. Fill up on broccoli, bok choy, kale, Swiss chard, and turnip greens. Bananas also supply a potassium boost.

    Choose calcium. Both women and men need 1,000 mg of elemental calcium a day during midlife. The need rises to 1,500 to 2,000 mg daily after menopause in women and after age 65 in men.

    Quit smoking. Avoid excessive alcohol. Don’t let depression linger. Depression causes your body to produce cortisol, a stress-related hormone that saps minerals from bones.

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