Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Prevent or Reverse Osteoporosis  Three.....

Today's post:  Wednesday, 5-17-2017

Despite the common belief even among many doctors that this is not doable, this IS doable in most cases.

(In very late stages nothing short of a way to reverse time or something like the device the fictional Dr McCoy in the original Star Trek series used will do it.

When it gets that bad people die directly of osteoporosis;

-- and short of that but severe osteoporosis can cause a fractured pelvis or cause a hip fracture without an accident to cause it that can result in a broken pelvis or severe head injuries from the falls it causes.  These events have a very high death rate and cost huge amounts of money to deal with.

Wouldn’t it be far better to prevent all this or reverse it well before these things happen?

Despite the common belief even among many doctors that this is not doable, this IS doable in most cases.

Each of these methods have been tested to work. (Only 2 of the very newest ones we list at the end have not, though one of the 3 HAS been tested to work. And, the other two look likely to work)

And like many health protocols that work, these methods get the best results when you use ALL of the techniques.

But two things help. 

*You can start with just the most effective ones and those easiest to do to get more than half way to the effect of doing everything that works.

*Most of the techniques enhance or protect your health in other ways too!

Few things in health protection are as much fun as finding something prevents something you want to avoid only to discover you have been doing that already for over ten years because it also prevents something else!

1.  Remove the biggest causes first and do things instead that are the antidote to those causes:

*Stop soft drinks and their sweeteners and hybrid wheat and excess sugar AND take magnesium and eat foods high in it. 

(We covered this in detail in our last post.

Here’s the summary:  Soft drinks both regular and diet do all kinds of harm most people know nothing about.

But the worst thing they do is to cause osteoporosis more effectively than smoking causes cancer.

Cola drinks cause osteoporosis all those ways AND the phosphoric acid in them triples the effect!

If you don’t want to give yourself osteoporosis, what is the safe intake of soft drinks?

ZERO!)

Last week we covered how soft drinks and diet soft drinks are even MORE effective in causing osteoporosis another way and said what antidote to those effects can begin to reverse the damage once you never drink them again.

*Women near or beginning menopause or right after it; consider estrogen replacement PLUS a 100% low inflammation lifestyle.

We covered this in detail last week.

Here’s the summary:  Right at the beginning of menopause, it’s essential to protect your health and avoid hot flashes etc and a good bit of typical fat gain for women to do a thorough job of reducing inflammation.  AND,  if that’s done, it’s then safe to use estrogen replacement just during that period.  This is NOT yet well known.  But for women who do both, it prevents almost all of the otherwise typical bone loss in early menopause.

2.  Take the easy and fast steps that build and strengthen bones: take boron and 10,000 iu D3 and K2.

Last week we covered this in more detail and gave supplements you can buy for these nutrients.

Best of all, you can buy all of them at a local health food store or on Amazon and be taking them all in a few days!

3.  Do the more challenging but extremely effective things that our bodies need to build and keep strong bones.  Do walking AND strength training or an effective alternative that works better for you.

In healthy people, men and women alike, standing, walking or doing strength training or similar work strengthens your muscles AND it causes bone building and strengthening in the attached bones!

Even as little as doing half an hour of housework while standing a few days a week or 4 brisk 7 minute walks a week is unbelievably better than nothing.

Super slow leg presses set to use your very strong gluteus muscles that start with weights heavy enough to be a bit challenging and gradually increasing each month is VERY effective at building bone.  In fact, over 50 years ago, someone thought to test if this would help women with early osteoporosis to begin reversing it.  It most certainly did so!

If you have access to one and can afford to pay their trainer to help you work that hard, The Perfect Workout centers have these machines and will custom set them to you.

If you do these other things and even go for half an hour once a week for the 20 minutes of exercise, your chances of getting osteoporosis approach zero and your chances of reversing early stage osteoporosis are excellent!

If you don’t have one near you or need a less expensive alternative, go to a gym with heavy barbells; and have a trainer show you how to do an exercise called the deadlift.

Just like the Perfect Workout, you can start with a weight you can easily lift but begins to be a bit heavy.  At first you can add five to ten pounds a week.  Then when you are stronger and closer to your maximum, you can add five to ten pounds a month.

You need the coaching to ensure you do the exercise in a way that uses your lower back safely and uses your very strong gluteus muscles.

But the exercise is otherwise quite simple.  You walk up to a barbell on the ground and grasp it and then stand up with it.  Then put it down.  As few as 3 to 5 repetitions done twice a week can be effective.  Even older women have started with 105 pounds and built up to 205 or 225.  Younger men have started with 185 pounds and built up to 405 pounds or more.

Doing these plus the other things will strengthen your leg and hip and spinal bones enormously.

Contrast that with people on bed rest or with Alzheimer’s who no longer do things like doing half an hour of housework while standing a few days a week or 4 brisk 7 minute walks a week.

Such people have their bones deteriorate and weaken putting them at risk for life ending falls or broken hips or pelvises.

Prevent this by building strong bones while younger AND making sure to do some standing or brisk walking each week even if you need a person to help you with balance or seeing where you are going when you are older. 

Such osteoporosis and falls and broken hips and pelvises are preventable until at least 100 years old and older.

4.  Stop or do NOT begin the old line drugs for osteoporosis & do all of the above plus add Bulletproof vibe and strontium instead.

The Bulletproof vibe may help with exercises that build bone by doing them while standing on it.  There is some evidence it both causes your muscles and bones to work harder AND to repair and build bone and muscle better than not using it.

Strontium, the kind that is NOT radioactive that is a normal component of milk, has been shown to strongly boost normal bone growth and repair.  But it costs enough more than the other supplements and is not normally needed when you do these other things, that it can be an unnecessary expense.  But for reversing osteoporosis, adding it to these other things can help get the job done.

Stop or do NOT begin the old line drugs for osteoporosis.  With all these effective things that DO work and cause healthy and strong bones, why spend a lot of money on drugs that do not work as well?

Worse, the old line drugs do NOT cause healthy bone growth or make bones less likely to break.

Worst of all, these drugs have horrible side effects that can cause people to become depressed because their quality of life is so poor each and every day.

Most unfortunately, doctors have been told the opposite:

The just released guidelines to doctors to treat osteoporosis suggests that:

To reduce the risk of hip and vertebral fractures in women with osteoporosis, physicians should treat them with the bisphosphonates, risedronate, alendronate, or zoledronic acid, or alternatively with the biologic agent denosumab.

"The ACP have revised their guidelines for treating osteoporosis and low bone density.

This strong recommendation appears in revised guidelines from the American College of Physicians (ACP) for the prevention of fractures in men and women with osteoporosis and low bone density."

Bisphonates cause such bad reflux and other side effects, they ruin the quality of life of the woman taking them and make the bones heavier in a way that blocks healthy new bone growth and produces, hard, brittle bones that are MORE likely to break.

There is even a death rate for women taking these from esophageal cancer caused by the reflux caused by taking these drugs!

Denosumab, trade name Prolia, is injected which adds to the doctor or nurse practitioner costs, and also makes bone breakage more likely and can cause jaw bone destruction.

Before about 1850 it was even money whether seeing a doctor would do more good than harm according to the historians.

For treating osteoporosis, this information shows it’s still like it was in 1650.

The one exception to this was a drug reported in Medical News Today that acted like an anabolic steroid for bones and DID cause healthy bone growth and strengthening. If that proves to have low quality of life or safety issues or none, when it gets FDA approval, it may be very helpful to add in cases where the osteoporosis is advanced or the person is bed bound.

Consider doing the safe and effective things instead if you want a decent quality of life and stronger bones that are far less likely to break! 

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Not sure what added information you'd like since you didn't say. But here are three ideas:

1. People, particularly women, who don't exercise and haven't been exercising and DID drink soft drinks and don't follow the very low inflammation lifestyle not only tend to get osteoporosis but become frail and prone to osteoarthritis. This puts them in walkers and wheel chairs and even in bed when they get older! Doing the reverse can avoid this or even reverse it in some cases. If you need motivation to do the things to prevent osteoporosis, visit an assisted living facility for women or for both sexes over 65. My Mom was in one. And, after seeing those people, I'm glad I do the things that prevent thsoe outcomes.

If you visit one, it may boost your motivation to also do the preventive things.

2. Do a self-analysis. List the things you are still doing if any that cause or worsen your chances of getting osteoporosis -- from taking the harmful drugs to drinking soft drinks. Then decide which of them you'll give up entirely.

List the things like strength training for your legs and brisk walking and taking magnesium and vitamin D3 with vitamin K2 and boron that tend to prevent or reverse osteoporosis. Then decide which of them to start doing and keep doing.

3. If you take diuretics for high blood pressure or any kind of acid reducing drugs, be SURE to take the supplements and magnesium for sure! Those drugs reduce the building blocks that your body builds bones from. So if you take these drugs, to avoid osteoporosis you must give your body more to replace those building blocks!

(Note that if you must take acid reducers, H2 blockers may be safe to take. But it has recently been shown that taking proton pump inhibitors is extremely harmful. We now know PPI's cause early death, kidney failure, and even the fatal form of esophageal cancer. And, that's in addition to harming your blood vessels making high blood pressure worse and helping to cause heart attacks and strokes!)

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