Osteoporosis affects 1 in 3 women over the age of 50 and 1 in 9 men of the same age group. It is a complex condition involving many different factors such as hormone levels, nutrition and lifestyle. It is, however, a preventable illness, so if you can relate to all or some of the following statements then you may be at risk and could benefit from making dietary and lifestyle changes to avoid this disease.
- “Yo Yo” dieter
- Suffered from an eating disorder
- Family history of Osteoporosis
- Irregular periods
- Never exercise or exercise too much
- Under/Over Active Thyroid
- Early Menopause
- Suffer from Crohn’s, Coeliac’s disease or ulcerative colitis
- Post menopausal
- Becoming shorter with age
- Heavy consumption of tea, coffee and alcohol
There is no single specific cause or treatment for osteoporosis but more of a combination of nutrient deficiencies and conditions including; eating too much protein from meat, low levels of stomach acid, exposure to large amounts of toxic metals, high intake of coffee, tea and alcohol and excessive consumption of sugar. Osteoporosis responds well to a good nutrition programme. Working either on its own or alongside conventional treatments.
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