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It is a generalized and progressive reduction of the mass of bone tissue per unit volume, at the origin of a decrease of the strength of the entire backbone.

We observe a decrease in the cortical thickness and a reduction in the number and the length of the compact bone spans. The bone formation and resorption system is disturbed. The result is a higher risk of post-traumatic or spontaneity fractures!

We distinguish two main types of osteoporosis :

Type I primitive osteoporosis is also called "postmenopausal", because it concerns 6 times more women between 50 to 75 years old than men, it would be due to endocrinal changes intervening at the menopause. It manifests itself by an osseous loss in the internal part of the bone (crosslinked bone) and is reflected by bone compaction and fractured radius.

Primitive senile osteoporosis (type II) is 2 times more frequent in woman aged before 70 years old than man of the same age. It evolves in a more progressive way than the previous one and relates to all the bone areas, from the depth to the periphery. It may be the origin of vertebral fractures such as the neck of the thighbone, the pelvis or tibia.

Secondary osteoporosis (less frequent) has very varied origins among which we note down heavy metal intoxications: mercury, lead and cadmium. Mercury comes from dental amalgam present in the mouth or one which remains in the organism (and in the mouth) after removal of the latter; there will be a need to determine the level of Mercury in the stool, saliva and hair. We will also do, at the same time, a measuring of the two other heavy metals: Cadmium and Lead, present in the tobacco!

What are the treatments offered? First, the main natural health principles appropriate to each case:

Food, by insisting on the consumption of biological vegetables, those which allow cow to produce milk, rich in Calcium but too acid and intended exclusively for the calf and not for human being !!

Muscular exercises adapted to each case. Very limited sunlight exposure to few parts of the body and for brief moments: The sun intervene, in fact, in the preparation and use of Vitamin D .

Moreover, some food supplements do wonders ! These are...

CHELATOMIN   Bringing minerals to the organism for which the organisn is often in shortage (in the chelated form): Calcium, iron, Manganese, Copper, Iodine and Zinc: 3 to 6 tablets per day with main meals. Faced against failure of the organism's functions, there exist a method of aid, support, or even functional restorations. It continuously provides the fair balance by the stimulation of the compensation means and promoting the possibility of tracing permanently a satisfactory functioning state.

Considering the examples of menopause :

 During the decrease of the ovarian function, the organism adapts itself :

Bernard Montain