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Bone Health/ Osteoporosis

In the United States, nearly 50 percent of all women between the ages of forty-five and seventy suffer from some degree of osteoporosis. This disorder, which translates literally as “porous bones,” is so common that we tend to think of it’s effects – frailty, broken bones, back pain, a stooped posture, and the so-called dowager’s hump – as the normal result of aging. In reality, osteoporosis is a condition brought on by faulty dietary and lifestyle habits. Studies of cultures that have more healthful lifestyles than Americans do find that its occurrence is much more rare. In addition to bone loss and bones becoming more brittle, fragile, and porous, other symptoms of osteoporosis include bone fractures, brittle fingernails, distorted posture, insomnia and restless behavior, joint pain, leg cramps (especially at night), loss of height, periodontal (gum) disease, and tooth loss. Often, these symptoms can manifest before people know that they have osteoporosis and can therefore act as early warning signs that bone loss is occurring

Recommendation:
Calcium Magnesium Vit D formula 200 cap; Europharma TricaSil 60 tabs