Is it possible to reverse osteoporosis? I have seen it happen many times with my patients. You can prevent/reverse osteoporosis with the tips i give in this video, as well as prevent/reverse osteopenia. Large drug companies would rather you not know this, but you deserve to know.
Bones are living tissue that are constantly being remodeled, and they are built of what you have eaten over the past few years. Osteoclast are specialized cells which removed old & damaged bone tissue. Following behind them are Osteoblasts which are cells that lay down new bone matrix in a very strategic way. You diet and lifestyle determine if this remodeling process leads to stronger or weaker bones; what you do and what you eat literally decide how strong your bones will be. These specialized cells down dissolve old bone and lay down new bone in some willy-nilly fashion, they are very wise in this process of increasing your Meaningful Bond Density.
Most of the prescription medications for Osteoporosis Treatment/Prevention hi-jack the actions of these specialized cells. Although these medications can increase your over-all bone density; this increased density often does not lead to meaningful increases in bone strength and flexibility…
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