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mikaa_toxica13 Group Title

Osteoporosis can anyone tell me what affects the disease has, how to get Osteoporosis, what the cures are, ect ?

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    Osteoporosis is a disease that weakens bones over time. Because of this, it puts you at risk for breaking a bone. Postmenopausal osteoporosis is the most common form of osteoporosis. It affects many women after menopause.

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    Help increase bone density by stimulating osteoblasts (bone forming cells) to fully deposit and convert calcium to bone mass. New World Record: 92% absorption rate. Extended calcium absorption from within the duodenum to the entire small intestines. Millions have gained back bone density and recovered from osteoporosis since EZorb made its North America debut in May 2001.

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    is there any cure for it ? any treatment ? and how do u get it.

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    my second reply, normally go to a doctor. they might send you to a specialist. but definitly go to a doctor and ask them about EZorb

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    -_- a doctore isnt the cure. what the doctor gives u is the cure/treatment. what will he give u. i need more then natural remedies. and HOW DO U GET IT

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    EZorb is actually a pill you can take

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    how do u get Osteoporosi

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    @MisterBunny

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  9. mikaa_toxica13 Group Title
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    oh u are sooo not getting the best answer medal -_-

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    Your bone mass is variable throughout your life. From birth, all the way through to your teenage years you need to put on bone mass by having a healthy diet which includes calcium, vitamins (especially vitamin D) and minerals, exercise promotes bone growth and also ensuring you don't break your bones. The bone mass reaches its peak in your 20s and then it naturally decreases over time at a steady rate until your bone mass decreases beyond a certain point at which point you are classified as having osteoporosis and are at higher risk from fractures and breakages. Women are at higher risk than men because they have a naturally lower bone mass and they get the menopause which increases the rate of resorption. If you imagine your bone structure under a microscope is a mesh of interconnecting beams, over time these become thinner and some are reabsorbed and there are less interconnections between the beams. When the beams are really thin and there are few interconnections the structure becomes weak and is at higher risk of breaking. That is osteoporosis. The primary way to prevent it is by having a healthy diet and exercise so you put on as much bone mass before it starts going downhill.

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