At Age 30, She Had Bone Mass of an 80-Year-Old, Here's How She Reversed It
Osteoporosis is a common bone disease that happens when the body is depleted of its healthy bones in some way. This may be due to bone loss or bone mass reduction, the body not making enough bone or a mixture of both. When this happens, bones become brittle and weak and can easily break from a fall or even from mild movements like sneezing or minor bumps.
Under a microscope, healthy bones look like a colony of honeycombs. When someone has osteoporosis, there is much more empty space in the honeycomb-like structure than there is bone. Rather than containing density or mass, osteoporotic bones are made up of an abnormal tissue structure.
According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, around 54 million Americans suffer from osteoporosis or low bone mass, which puts them at an increased risk to develop osteoporosis. Research shows that about half of women and one-quarter of men over the age of 50 will break a bone because of osteoporosis.
One woman, however, was diagnosed with advanced osteoporosis at the age of 30. She began experiencing extreme pain in her lower back and hips and eventually went in to see a doctor. The doctor told her that she had the bone mass of an 80-year-old.
Importance of Diet
What this woman was unaware of was that her body, as well as everyone else’s, requires essential micronutrients to function properly and be healthy. It is important to eat nutrient dense food that works with your body, rather than empty calories that can harm your body. According to Calton Nutrition, some micronutrient depleters include:
Foods containing oxalic acid
High Fructose Corn Sugar
However, with micronutrient therapy, this woman was able to reverse her advanced osteoporosis.
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