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Introduction and description

Osteoporosis ("porous bones", from Greek: οστούν/ostoun meaning "bone" and πόρος/poros meaning "pore") is a progressive bone disease that is characterized by a decrease in bone mass and density which can lead to an increased risk of fracture.   In osteoporosis, the bone mineral density (BMD) is reduced, bone microarchitecture deteriorates, and the amount and variety of proteins in bone are altered.  It is commonly believed to be a disease that only afflicts the elderly, but it can afflict people from all age ranges depending on the cause.  Children can be afflicted with osteoporosis - especially those on certain pharmaceuticals.



The person loses height, and gradually becomes bent with a characteristic 'hump'.  The bones become more brittle and fragile and fractures are more frequent.

Osteoporosis is …. a major public health problem in EC member states because of the high incidence of fragility fractures, especially hip and vertebral fracture. In EC member states the high incidence of osteoporotic fractures leads to considerable mortality, morbidity, reduced mobility and decreased quality of life. In 1995 the number of hip fractures in 15 countries of EC has been 382,000 and the estimated total care cost of about 9 billion of ECUs. PMID: 11683549



  • Vitamin supplements - Overdosing on vitamin supplements has been shown to produce osteoporosis, particularly overdosing on Vitamin A - and increases the risk of bone fractures, particularly hip fractures and hip problems because it suppresses bone building while simultaneously stimulating bone breakdown.  “Indeed, a study by Forsmo et al. shows a correlation between low bone mineral density and too high intake of vitamin A”
  • Nutritional deprivation - although many sources say it is a lack of calcium that is the problem, it can also be an overdose of vitamin A via certain foods - an imbalance.  For example, cod liver oil, liver,  orange vegetables (carrots, pumpkin, squash, sweet potatoes), dairy products (butter, cheese, milk) and eggs.  A diet in which these foods predominate may actually contribute to osteoporosis even though some of the foods contain calcium.  But calcium deficiency can be a problem.

The daily average calcium intake in Europe has been evaluated in the SENECA study concerning the diet of elderly people from 19 towns of 10 European countries. In about one third of subjects the dietary calcium intake results were very low, between 300 and 600 mg/day in women, and 350 and 700 mg/day in men. In 1998, the expert committee of the European Community in the Report on Osteoporosis-Action on prevention, has given the recommended daily dietary allowances (RDA) for calcium at all stage of life. For the elderly population, above age 65 the RDA is 700-800 mg/day. The main source of calcium in the diet are dairy products (milk, yoghurts and cheese) fish (sardines with bones), few vegetables and fruits. The optimal way to achieve adequate calcium intake is through the diet.   PMID: 11683549

  • Pharmaceuticals - numerous pharmaceuticals can result in osteoporosis.  This LINK takes you to the eHealthme website which lists all the pharmaceuticals that are implicated in osteoporosis.  The list has been compiled from Adverse Drug Reports submitted to the FDA and SEDA.  Many pharmaceuticals that cause calcium imbalance contribute to osteoporosis development. For example Both corticosteroids and glucocorticoids can cause osteoporosis.  Synthetic corticosteroid-like drugs are used in a variety of conditions, ranging from brain tumours to skin diseases. Synthetic glucocorticoids are used in the treatment of joint pain or inflammation (arthritis),  dermatitis, allergic reactions, asthma, hepatitis, systemic lupus erythematosus, inflammatory bowel disease (ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease), sarcoidosis and for glucocorticoid replacement in Addison's disease or other forms of adrenal insufficiency. Corticosteroids are also used to ‘prevent nausea’.  And here are the sad results of this treatment - children with osteoporosis....

Osteoporosis, a skeletal disorder characterized by compromised bone strength and an increased risk of fractures, is an important paediatric disorder that involves almost all paediatric subspecialties. …. The most common causes of secondary osteoporosis include chronic systemic inflammation, glucocorticoid use and neuromuscular disabilities. PMID: 23591487

Smoking is a major risk factor for osteoporosis and fracture, but the mechanism through which smoke causes bone loss remains unclear. Here, we show that the smoke toxins benzo(a)pyrene (BaP) and 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) interact with the aryl hydrocarbon receptor (Ahr) to induce osteoclastic bone resorption through the activation of cytochrome P450 1a/1b (Cyp1) enzymes. BaP and TCDD enhanced osteoclast formation in bone marrow cell cultures and gavage with BaP stimulated bone resorption and osteoclastogenesis in vivo. PMID:23776235

  • Bacterial infection - of various sorts, not just direct infection internally, but via tooth decay, for example

The association between osteoporosis and jawbones remains an argument of debate. Both osteoporosis and periodontal diseases are bone resorptive diseases; it has been hypothesized that osteoporosis could be a risk factor for the progression of periodontal disease and vice versa. .. it is supposed that the osteoporosis-related bone mass density reduction may accelerate alveolar bone resorption caused by periodontitis, resulting in a facilitated periodontal bacteria invasion. Invading bacteria, in turn, may alter the normal homeostasis of bone tissue, increasing osteoclastic activity and reducing local and systemic bone density by both direct effects (release of toxins) and/or indirect mechanisms (release of inflammatory mediators). PMID: 23229255

  • Lack of sunshine - One of the vitamins needed to make bone is vitamin D and one of the major sources of vitamin D is the sun.  If the elderly [or even not so elderly] do not go outside much, they could suffer from Vitamin D deficiency. [ Note that Vitamin supplements are not the answer]

The two nutrients essential for bone health are calcium and vitamin D....a chronic and severe vitamin D deficiency leads to osteomalacia, a metabolic bone disease characterized by a decreased mineralization of bone. Vitamin D insufficiency, the preclinical phase of vitamin D deficiency, is most commonly found in the elderly. The major causes of vitamin D deficiency and insufficiency are decreased renal hydroxylation of vitamin D, poor nutrition, scarce exposition to sunlight and a decline in the synthesis of vitamin D in the skin.....Adequate sunlight exposure may prevent and cure vitamin D insufficiency. PMID: 11683549

  • Diarrhoea – causing electrolyte imbalance
  • Nausea and vomiting - ditto
  • Thyroid gland  damage - Calcium is tightly regulated by the parathyroid hormone (PTH). In response to low calcium levels, PTH induces the kidneys to reabsorb calcium, the kidneys to increase production of calcitriol (the active form of vitamin D) thereby increasing intestinal absorption of calcium. These actions lead to a re-balance in the blood calcium levels. However, in the setting of absent, decreased, or ineffective PTH hormone, the body loses this regulatory function, and calcium imbalance ensues, and calcium imbalance can lead to osteoporosis.

  • Physical trauma – surgery can occasionally result in the destruction of the parathyroid glands or kidneys. In neck dissection for head and neck cancers or inadvisable plastic surgery.

  • Heavy metals – particularly exposure to mercury, lead etc Aluminium can also cause problems by affecting calcium balance."A strong association between cadmium and lead with bone disease has been established. Low-level exposure to cadmium is associated with an increased loss of bone mineral density readily in both genders, leading to pain and increased risk of fractures, especially in the elderly and in females. Higher cadmium exposure results in osteomalacia (softening of the bone)"

  • Mineral supplements – people who take mineral supplements often overdose on magnesium, and magnesium in excess depletes calcium and lack of calcium causes osteoporosis

  • Toxins – Many toxins can cause osteoporosis. 
  • Underweight/inactive:  - In one of the ironies of this disease, being thin or underweight is a contributoy factor.  Being thin could of course simply indicate nutritional deprivation, but it appears that bone remodeling occurs in response to physical stress, so weight bearing exercise or having to carry around your own plump self can increase and preserve bone - a highly significant correlation between bone strength and muscle strength has been determined.  The incidence of osteoporosis is lower in overweight people.  It would appear that fat people are not osteoporotic people
  • Organ damage - whether by disease or by surgery other organ damage can also cause osteoporosis, this includes the reproductive organs - testosterone and its loss is also a cause of bone loss in men, for example

Secondary causes of bone loss are not often considered in patients who are diagnosed as having osteoporosis. In some studies, 20% to 30% of postmenopausal women and more than 50% of men with osteoporosis have a secondary cause. There are numerous causes of secondary bone loss, including adverse effects of drug therapy, endocrine disorders, eating disorders, immobilization, marrow-related disorders, disorders of the gastrointestinal or biliary tract, renal disease, and cancer. Patients who have undergone organ transplantation are also at increased risk for osteoporosis. PMID:  12004995



Find the cause.  Although the pharmaceutical industry have been quick to bring out drugs to 'treat' osteoporosis, it is better to find out why it is happening - see Healing yourself.

Osteoporosis drugs do not have a good record for efficacy or safety.  With some medications, half stop their medications within a year.  For example, Calcitonin while once recommended is no longer due to the associated risk of cancer with its use and questionable effect on fracture risk.

How it works

Most of the hallucinations and visions are the result of the osteoporosis drugs.

In terms of healing, I have provided a range of observations from Pubmed that show the various foods that have been shown to be helpful.

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