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QM Case History: Osteoporosis Reversed – Case Studies


Actual Results from Dr. Mike’s Cohort Records

unnamedOther things being equal, bone density decreases with age at a rate of about 2% per year. Eventually it will decrease to a number defined as the ‘fracture threshold’ which is about 105 mg/cc of mineral density. At this point a person’s bones can no longer support the weight of their owner and begin to crush in on themselves. This causes loss of stature and leads to the hunched over ‘elderly’ look. This is osteoporosis.

Osteoporosis – Its Cause and Cure – Without Drugs

Osteoporosis Can Be Prevented and Reversed Without Drugs

Osteoporosis is widely thought to be an affliction of elderly women, but it strikes both the non-elderly and the non-women too. It is also widely thought to be non-curable and non-reversible. unnamedThese are both wrong as well. Osteoporotic bones lead to the reduction of stature and the hunched over appearance with which everyone is familiar. This is tragic, but is made even more so due to the fact that it is 100% preventable. Beyond the posture there is the specter of pain and an unstable gait which leads to falls which leads to fractures and so on: the sweater of life starts unraveling.

Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Naproxen, Statins, and Peanuts

Ibuprofen and other NSAIDS, aspirin excepted, are associated with a significant increase in heart attacks. Aspirin, on the other hand, reduces heart attacks, but carries a bleeding risk that cancels the effect. Statins also reduce heart attacks somewhat, but have side effects and further have no overall benefit for most groups. The winner, therefore, is peanuts, which reduce heart attacks 30%, have no side effects, and are delicious.