Osteoporosis Protocol Review – Introduction
Osteoporosis Protocol – Page 11 Review
Bones may appear to be lifeless, but after a quick review, this appearance is deceiving. Bones are dynamic and active tissue and it is changing constantly. Bones are a living tissue, and it’s an easy thing for many people to forget. Until, of course, something goes wrong.
Most of the time, our bodies work very well at keeping the right proportion of new growth and old bone resumption (removal) in balance, in a process called remodeling of the tissues.
But this process can be thrown out of balance due to age, weak skeletal structure, physical inactivity, and pH imbalances, and we lose more bone than we create, developing areas of what is essentially “dead bone.” The word osteoporosis means “porous bones.” While weakened bones and low density are the symptoms of osteoporosis, they are not the underlying cause.
The underlying cause is the imbalance in the growth and removal cycle. Osteoporosis is the most common disease of bone remodeling. This loss of bone mass and strength can be…
Osteoporosis Protocol – Page 12 Review
…contributed to by a failure to reach an optimal peak mass as a young adult, excessive resumption of bones after peak mass has been achieved or an impaired bones formation response during remodeling.
In the United States, more than 40 million people either already have osteoporosis or are at high risk due to low mass bones. About half of all women and up to one in 4 men older than age 50 will break one or more bones due to osteoporosis.
Many people with osteoporosis don’t know they have it until they break one or more bones. You may think you are not at risk for osteoporosis, but bone loss begins as early as the twenties!
Once bone loss begins, your bones to become more porous and brittle — leading to osteopenia, and then osteoporosis. So the key to stopping osteoporosis is to prevent your bones from dying and enhance bone growth. Just taking calcium is not enough.
There are a number of nutrients that are important to bone health, and common foods you may be eating that actually speed up removal of bone. In this guide, we will show you which foods contain the well-known bone building nutrients like calcium, vitamin D, and magnesium, and we will also share with you sources of breakthrough nutrients for bone health.
Osteoporosis Protocol Review – Conclusion
Osteoporosis Protocol – Page 171 Review
You now know that your bones are just the opposite to a lifeless material. In fact, they are dynamic and active tissue and changing constantly. In people with osteopenia and osteoporosis, the skeletal structure remodeling cycle of building up and removing tissues has become imbalanced, resulting in more loss than growth.
This loss of bone mass and strength can be contributed to by a failure to reach an optimal peak mass as a young adult, excessive resorption of bone after peak mass has been achieved, or an impaired skeletal formation response during remodeling.
In this program, you have learned about good sources of well-known bones building foods, which foods you should avoid, what changes you should make in your lifestyle, and breakthrough new research on nutrients that were previously unknown to affect skeletal structure but are becoming more important to address.
Osteoporosis Protocol – Page 172 Review
Because bones are a living tissue, they need the right nutrients to grow and thrive.
We hope you have enjoyed the 21 day bone building plan and recipes that feature these nutrients to help you build better skeletal structure!
Osteoporosis Protocol Review – Diet and Recipes
Based on the science around the discovery that Adam Lockwood made during his scientific research and review, and later expanded on by Jane Marshall, the Osteoporosis Protocol creates a specific supplement, nutrient and diet recommendations tailored to solving the particular problem that osteoporosis brings as an illness.
If you have had a chance to review or research other resources about osteoporosis, you'll know how important proper nutrition and supplement regimen is. Osteoporosis Protocol addresses this issue as well and adds its own touch on top of that.
As part of this review, we'll add that inside this protocol, you'll find a collection of detailed instructions and recipes on what types of foods to use and how to prepare them. Together with the rest of the valuable information included in the protocol you will be equipped to deal with osteoporosis in a natural and safe way.