“knee arthritis knee pain .Educational animation video dealing with knee arthritis and explaining the difficulty the physician encounters during the treatment of injured cartilage and arthritis. It appears that when the knee arthritis is minimal, almost all treatment methods work. However, when the knee arthritis is more than minimal, there are many option presented to the physician but none of them are predictable. The appropiate treatment optionfor knee arthritis, when dealing with ..”
“Dr. Lisa Lilienfield describes the disease process involved in osteoporosis and osteopenia. She also explains who’s at risk for developing the disease and its prevalence in the U.S. Taking prescription medications can cause troublesome side effects in some patients, so Dr. Lisa recommends natural ways to prevent osteoporosis and increase bone strength. Dr. Lisa Lilienfield specializes in women’s health and sports medicine at the Kaplan Center for Integrative Medicine in McLean, VA.”
“Too many of us suffer from bone health issues and receive poor medical care and horrible nutritional counseling. This Markito Nutrition lecture teaches you that we can wipe out osteoporosis completely- if only we were given the right information. Join me today in the fight against a disease that need not exist. http://markitonutrition.com”
Osteoporosis Treatment – Dr. Weil, drweil.com
Suggested Lifestyle Changes for Osteoporosis Treatment
“Get enough calcium. Choose organic, high quality dairy products such as yogurt and non-fat milk. Eat more sardines (with bones), dark green vegetables like collard greens, bok choy and broccoli, soy products like tofu, and calcium-fortified soy milk and orange juice. Consider taking a calcium supplement for osteoporosis treatment if you are not eating at least three servings of dairy per day and/or calcium-fortified foods, if you are postmenopausal or if you have a family history of osteoporosis…
Clearly, doctors should educate their patients on how to PREVENT osteoporosis instead of prescribing potentially toxic osteoporosis drugs. But unfortunately, most doctors have been indoctrinated to think that the best way to solve a health problem is with a “magic pill”, and often don’t bother with natural solutions. Of course there will be the obligatory calcium recommendation (typically by incorrectly suggesting an INCREASE in dairy consumption), but that’s where it all ends….”
*see Health: Nutrition-Micronutrients Pt. 2~Vitamins=Fat Soluble goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
Sal: I’ve had numerous “bone-related” injuries, which I’ve learned to take this particular vitamin regularly now. It has helped restore my tearing cartilage..
Joint Damage And Cartilage Repair – Ask a Naturopath askanaturopath.com
Natural remedies for joint health
Glucosamine and Chondroitin are two components of the cartilage structure which is needed to help repair and strengthen the joint. Breakdown of the soft, cushioning cartilage occurs when high amounts of inflammation are present and these nutrients help to further protect the joint and reduce damage. There are many studies to support the claim of using these joint nutrients long term to help stabilise the joint and rebuild cartilage.
The Best Vitamins for Cartilage Repair
Last Updated: Oct 21, 2013 | By Crystal Welch livestrong.com
“..The best vitamins for cartilage repair can help improve your joint health and function. The vitamins need to be included as part of a well-balanced diet to help your body mend itself properly, according to the University of Washington Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. Since the ..
What Minerals Will Rebuild Cartilage? : Your Diet & Nutrition from youtube.com
*suggesting zinc and Vitamin C
Natural Product Achieves Cartilage Regeneration in 90 Day Clinical Trial and Wins Prestigious Award!
“Published on Jul 30, 2013
– How to Naturally Regenerate Cartilage from dailymotion.com
“…http://BeautyAndHealthfromWithin.com How to reduce: shoulder joint pain, my joints hurt, joint pain in fingers, arthritis knee pain, osteoarthritis of the spine, and wrinkles with Jusuru ..”
“…It makes you wonder how two innocent-seeming pills could have such dramatic power. Glucosamine and chondroitin both occur naturally in the human body, but most commercial glucosamine comes from the chitin, or exo-skeleton, of shellfish, and most commercial chondroitin from cow or shark cartilage. Both have relatively low rates of absorption from the intestines, and yet both are said to promote healing of the articular cartilage in joints. It’s the wearing away of this cartilage that causes the pain and inflammation of osteoarthritis….”
5 Ways to Care for Your Cartilage institutefornaturalhealing.com
“Losing your joint cartilage ages you fast. It takes away your independence and leaves you in constant, awful pain. Here are 5 ways to make sure your joints stay supple and pain-free.
1. Elastin: It’s a protein found in connective tissue that works alongside collagen. Like the name suggests, it allow….
To stay loose and pain-free, your best bet is to find foods that support the elastin in your body. Vitamin C is essential. Foods like red bell pepper, broccoli, kiwi, and kale…
… are great sources. They have more vitamin C per serving than an orange…
“Food to Build Bone Health” with Amy Lanou, PHD from youtube.com
“Published on Mar 20, 2012
For years, doctors have been telling us to drink milk, eat dairy products, and take calcium pills to improve our bone vitality. The problem is, they’re wrong. This webinar will go over the latest clinical studies and the most up-to-date medical information to help you strengthen your bones, reduce the risk of fractures, and prevent osteoporosis. You’ll learn why there’s no proof of calcium’s effectiveness, despite what doctors say, and why a low-acid diet is the only effective way to prevent bone loss.
Amy Lanou, PhD, a professor in Health and Wellness, is an expert in nutrition and her book “Building Bone Vitality” was featured in the New York Times. Lanou, who holds a doctorate in human nutrition from Cornell University, joined the UNC Asheville faculty in 2005. She has played an instrumental role in creating programs and coursework for UNC Asheville’s North Carolina Center for Health & Wellness, which focuses on childhood obesity, workplace wellness and healthy aging. Previously, she taught nutrition at Cornell University and Ithaca College. She is also senior nutrition scientist for the Physicians Comm..”
Calcium in Plant-Based Diets , pcrm.org
“..Many people avoid milk because it contains saturated fat, cholesterol, allergenic proteins, lactose sugar, and frequent traces of contamination, or simply because they don’t feel well after consuming dairy products. Milk is also linked to type 1 (juvenile-onset) diabetes and other serious conditions. Happily, there are many other good sources of calcium that can be found in a plant-based diet…”
Dangerous Pharmaceutical Side-effects from youtube.com
“…Stick to natural health care, people — seriously!..”
ibandronate, Boniva medicinenet.com
“DRUG CLASS AND MECHANISM: Ibandronate is an oral and intravenous drug that is used for treating osteoporosis. It is a member of the bisphosphonate class of drugs which includes etidronate (Didronel), pamidronate (Aredia), risedronate (Actonel), and tiludronate (Skelid). Bone is in a constant state of remodeling. New bone is laid down by cells called osteoblasts while old bone is removed by cells called osteoclasts. Bisphosphonates strengthen bone by inhibiting bone removal (resorption) by osteoclasts. After menopause, there is an increased rate of bone loss leading to osteoporosis, and ibandronate has been shown to increase bone density and decrease fractures of bones. FDA approved ibandronate in May 2003. ..”
Osteoporosis Treatment: Is It Safe to Take Fosamax? By Michael Bihari, MD
Medical Treatments Expert drugs.about.com
“…It is not clear if stopping or taking a break from the medication is appropriate. Some doctors are concerned that over time, Fosamax could lead to brittle bones, but this has not been proven…”
The Truth About Your Osteopenia Treatment saveourbones.com
“…For example, bone health expert Steve Cummings, MD, a professor at the San Francisco School of Medicine (University of California), says that there was neither real medical basis for developing a unique term such as “Osteopenia” nor to choosing the arbitrary T-score number for its diagnosis. He comments that “Osteopenia is not a disease, does not indicate a high risk of fracture in the next five to ten years, and is really almost a variant of normal. What I tell women in their 50s is that having Osteopenia means their bones are different than those of a 25-year-old and I note that there are probably many things about them that differ from when they were 25”. This is truly a breath of fresh air and gives me hope for the future!..
…“If you are looking for a short-term osteoporosis ‘quick-fix’ and still want to take a chance with Boniva, please note that you are risking the following side effects, many of which may be irreversible: nausea, abdominal pain, flatulence, diarrhea, severe constipation, inflammation and ulceration of the esophagus, chest pain, heartburn, difficulty swallowing, skin rash, eye problems including vision loss and blurred vision, generalized pain of the muscles, joints, and/or bones, decreased mobility of joints, blood clotting disorders, anemia, dental problems, numbness, tight muscles in the face, seizures, irritability and unusual thoughts and behaviors, altered taste, atrial fibrillation, jaw pain, osteonecrosis of the jaw…
Linda Creech November 1, 2015, 6:09 pm-“I have only used it twice. But I have had red rashes and some like water blisters come all over my legs. Also, I have noticed pain in my arm muscles and keeps me up at nights. It really scares me and I am determined that I am not going to take it anymore. I will just start taking Vitamin D and maybe drinking mild more. I am 65 and it may be too late, but it is my body and to tell the truth doctors and pharmecutical plants are all in it together. I know it will tick my doctor off but it’s my body and I do believe God will take care of me.”
Lisa October 13, 2015, 6:48 pm “My daughter is only 26 and has severe osteoporosis with a compression fracture already. Rheumatologist started her on boniva iv. She had first dose yesterday. Today she has severe muscle and bone pain, headache with severe neck pain. Fever. We questioned that she is not post menopausal , but dr assured us it’s ok
I do not think we will dose again.
Kathy June 9, 2015, 8:03 pm-“I was just diagnosed with osteoperosis and before my Doc even called me my drugstore called me to let me know that a RX was filled and ready for pick-up. Well I went and got it and the pharmacist started telling me about how to take this drug. Well when I got to work I read the pamphlet and looked it up on line. I do not like the side effects at all!! I’m scared to death to take this crap. Mine is the generic for Fosimax. But looks like it’s all the same stuff with all of the dangers that go with it. What is one to do? Think I will go to the vitamin store and talk with someone there who is knowlegable about this. I’d rather try a different approach…
Good news and bad news for osteoporosis patients taking Boniva emaxhealth.com
“…Boniva does have some side-effects. The most commonly observed adverse reactions are: back pain, indigestion (dyspepsia), pain in the arms and legs, diarrhea, headache, and muscle pain (myalgia). Many individuals on the medication endure these side effects, because they only have to suffer through them once a month. In addition to unpleasant side-effects, bisphosphonates have come under scrutiny because of reported cases of typical fractures of the femur (thigh bone) and jaw…”
“..A final concern is that many women can’t tolerate the side effects of the popular drugs Fosamax, Actonel and Boniva, which are all varieties of bisphosphonates. Irritation of the stomach and esophagus is the most common reported problem, but some oral surgeons and dentists have begun to report a more serious concern in a sub-group of their patients: jaw necrosis, the death of the jawbone. This warrants further study…”
Osteoporosis: Natural Remedies, Diet, & Weight-bearing Exercise – Part 3 of 3 (8-23-13), from youtube.com
“Dr. Lisa Lilienfield discusses natural ways to prevent osteoporosis and increase bone strength. Taking prescription medications can cause troublesome side effects in some patients, so Dr. Lisa recommends weight-bearing exercise, such as yoga, a “bone-healthy” diet and various nutritional supplements. Dr. Lisa Lilienfield specializes in women’s health and sports medicine at the Kaplan Center for Integrative Medicine in McLean, VA.”
*see Medical: Knee Dislocation-Causes, treatment, healing, etc…? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
Meniscus Tear Treatment, A Holistic Approach thekneepainguru.com
“..While most people think that the answer to a meniscus tear treatment is surgery, a lot of the time arthroscopic surgery may not be necessary. Surprisingly enough, our bodies have the capability to repair torn cartilage if you have suffered an injury to the knee.
Meniscus Tear First Step
The first step in attempting to repair a meniscus tear is to provide your body with the proper nutrients it needs to reduce inflammation and mend the torn cartilage. Some foods, however, make the healing process much harder…
When you eat foods that are difficult for your body to digest, you stomach actually has an allergic reaction to the food, causing inflammation in your gut. These types of pro-inflammation foods, like foods that are high in Omega-6 fats like sunflower, peanut, and soybean oils should be avoided. Foods high in trans-fats, refined carbohydrates, and these Omega-6 fats are hard for your stomach to digest and can cause the gut inflammation that will slow down the healing process in your knee……
There are also certain foods that help your body reduce inflammation. Fruits and vegetables, especially those high in antioxidants and good Omega-3 fats like avocados work to reduce inflammation in the body…”
Can You Heal a Knee Injury Naturally? I Did! May 12, 2016 wendypolisi.com
“..Other Things I Use On a Regular Basis
Turmeric: The curcumin contained in turmeric is can help to reduce going pain and swelling. Long-term studies have shown that it can reduce blood levels of inflammatory chemicals.
Ginger Extract: Ginger is a great way to decrease pain and inflammation. I take 250mg of ginger extract four times a day to help with knee pain.
Glucosamine Sulfate: This is found naturally in the fluid around the joints. It can help to rebuild lost cartilages and prevent the breakdown of cartilage and fluid in joints.
Epsom Salts: I use Epsom salt baths on a regular basis to help to relax tight muscles. It has detoxifying powers which can work to ease joint pain. Try two cups of Epsom salts in a warm bath.
Arnica: Arnica has anti-inflammatory compounds as well as a compound called helenin which is a natural analgesic…
What Does the Bible Say About Bones? – OpenBible.info
Just got this video shared by “silentclairty” (chat profile name)…
7. The Acid / Akaline Balance, Barbara O’Neill from youtube.com
“Published on Aug 11, 2015
7. The Acid / Akaline Balance, Barbara O’Neill
This presentation is talks about acidic and akaline foods to the body, great for those also suffering from Arthritis or Gout too…
*see Health: How to deal with arthritis as one ages? goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
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