The Dangers Of Using Pharmaceutical Drugs. Why Fosamax Or Boniva Will Make Your Bones Will Snap Like Dry Tinder
A caller (Greg) from California called Dr. G to ask about his mom's condition. About a year ago, his mom fell off a bus and broke her L4 vertebrae. Although the doctor said it has already healed, still her mom suffers from a lot of pain. She often has difficulty putting on socks and her right hips hurt all the time. On top of that, she has osteoporosis.
Evidently, there's a certain amount of stress that can make anything break. It's like how Kryptonite broke Superman or if you drop a rock big enough on your foot, you're foot's going to break. However, there's a difference between the stress of life and the structural integrity of the human body. When the human body is nutrified and people are taking all ninety essential nutrients every day, their whole body, everything will have the raw materials that it needs to optimize the structure and function of the body. Consequently, when they stop eating food that's slowly whittling away our health, the body optimizes its structure and function even more. Thus, people don't become osteoporotic because they're getting older, because they have bones or because they have a bad gene. They become osteoporotic because they have a bad doctor. Their bones simply run out of the raw material it needs in order to maintain their structural integrity.
The leading osteoporotic medicine bisphosphonates Fosamax, Boniva and whatever the next generation bone builder is, understand this physiological process. Our body is constantly chewing up old bone and laying down new bone. It does it with two types of cells. First, the osteoblast lay down new bone and then the osteoclast chew up old bone. This process happens all of the time. However, the bisphosphonate Fosamax and Boniva take advantage of this situation by putting the cells that chew up old bone to sleep which is unwise because when you put the cells that chew up old bones to sleep, the old bone accumulates in your body.
Naturally, our body is trying to get rid of the old bone but the MDs don't believe that because the MDs don't believe in the wisdom of the body. The MDs believe that the body is just a pot full of trouble with something just waiting to go bad. They think it's just time that something in the body breaks and you have to manage what breaks with a drug. They're insane with their understanding of the inner workings of the human body.
The MDs don't think that the body is trying to get rid of the old bone for a good reason so what they do is they stop that and as a result the old bone accumulates in the bone. Now, after you've been on these drugs for four to five years, you start to get something called brittle bone syndrome which means that the bones can easily snap. This goes especially for the long bones in the body like the legs and the forearms which are filled with old bone. You can look up bisphosphonate spontaneous leg fractures. But of course, nobody talks about it and you don't see them pitching Boniva anymore for this reason.
We want to underline the fact that there are two processes that happen inside the body all of the time. Our body is chewing up old bone and it's also attempting to lay down new bone. However, the body needs raw materials to lay down new bone. The body can't make calcium, phosphorus, silica or sulfur. These are the things that our bones need to be strong. Hence, it will be prudent to give somebody who is struggling with osteoporosis raw materials that their body can use to make new bones because the body is trying to strengthen the bones all of the time. It would also be a good idea to council somebody with osteoporosis to stop eating food that's hurting the bones. When we do these two things, stop eating the food that's hurting the bones and give the body raw materials it can use to lay down new bone, it's a never fail fudge.
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Dr. G show from 05-12-14(01).