Osteoporosis Action Plan
If a woman is deficient in calcium and other essential minerals, her bones will become weak. If she takes supplemental minerals, the weakening of her bones may slow down, but because the underlying problem is actually metabolic, just taking handfuls of calcium will not stop bone loss and certainly will not restore bone density. To do that, you have to alter the metabolic environment. Research shows conclusively that the weakening of a woman's skeleton with age is directly related to her loss of DHEA as well as testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone. In other words, mineral deficiency is a biochemical need that can be met by proper diet and mineral supplements. But osteoporosis is a catabolic disease, and you must deal with it in metabolic terms.
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