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50 percent of women between 45 and 70 have osteoporosis. It is usually goes unnoticed until a significant bone loss occurs. It can contribute to tooth loss.
Fortunately, exercise and a combination for minerals and vitamins can help to prevent and grow bone material. What one stays away from is equally as crucial. Coffee, despite all of its PR, contains a harmful amount of acid. There are plenty of antioxidant-rich 'superfoods' which do not contain high levels of phosphoric acid and tannins VigRX, which are not dehydrating to the body, and which do not cause adrenal fatigue. In a recent study, people who drank two cups of coffee a day were less likely to have high cholesterol, but perhaps the correlation here is due simply to the reduction of food, as coffee is a known appetite suppressant. If you eat fewer cheese burgers a day, or fewer less cheesy curly fries or fewer steak sandwiches, your cholesterol will indeed be lower.
Limiting animal protein, sugar and salt, is a good idea. When each of these foods are consumed they leach calcium from the bones. Phosphorus in coffee, alcohol, and sodas inhibits calcium absorption.
Good News! Sea vegetables such as seaweed, dulce, and kelp help to increase calcium absorption. Horsetail and oatstraw are herbs which can be taken in tablets or tea which increase bone density and prevent loss. Alfalfa, barley grass, nettle, parsley, dandelion root, and rose hips all help to alkalize the body or help the body build bone mass. Add alfalfa sprouts to salads, barley grass to smoothies, parsley to soups, dandelion root to stir fries, and drink nette and rosehip tea.
For pain associated with osteoporosis take an alcohol-free feverfew tincture. Eat garlic, onions and eggs, as sulfur helps the body maintain strong bones. Avoid yeast as it contains phosphorus. Oxalic acid inhibits calcium absorption, so eat asparagus, peaches, spinach, almonds, and cashews sparingly, if you have been diagnosed with osteoporosis.
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