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home:diseases:osteoporosis_osteopenia [07.04.2019]
sallieq [Cannabinoids]
home:diseases:osteoporosis_osteopenia [05.14.2020] (current)
sallieq [Cannabinoids]
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 +==== Boron ====
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 +[[https://​www.educate-yourself.org/​cn/​boraxconspiracy03jul12.shtml|boron deficiency is common in western diets]]
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 +<​blockquote>​Boron deficiency causes greatly increased amounts of calcium and magnesium to be lost with the urine. A borax supplement will reduce the daily loss of calcium by nearly 50%. As this calcium comes mainly from resorbed bone and teeth, boron deficiency may be the most important factor in causing osteoporosis and tooth decay.</​blockquote>​
  
  
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  the first observations of GcMAF effects on the transcriptionomics of the endocannabinoid system and expression of CB2R protein. These data point to a potential nexus between endocannabinoids,​ vitamin D and its transporter proteins, and the immune dysregulations observed with autism. (({{pubmed>​long: ​   24739187}}))  the first observations of GcMAF effects on the transcriptionomics of the endocannabinoid system and expression of CB2R protein. These data point to a potential nexus between endocannabinoids,​ vitamin D and its transporter proteins, and the immune dysregulations observed with autism. (({{pubmed>​long: ​   24739187}}))
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 ==== Calcium supplementation ==== ==== Calcium supplementation ====
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   *  **certain antibiotics help strengthen bones** – NIH animal studies have shown that minocycline,​ an [[home:​mp|MP antibiotic]],​ increased bone density, "​stimulated bone formation substantially"​ and slowed bone resorption. (({{pubmed>​long:​9972125}})) ​   *  **certain antibiotics help strengthen bones** – NIH animal studies have shown that minocycline,​ an [[home:​mp|MP antibiotic]],​ increased bone density, "​stimulated bone formation substantially"​ and slowed bone resorption. (({{pubmed>​long:​9972125}})) ​
-  * **connection with disparate diseases** – the NIH connects several Th1 diseases with higher risk of osteoporosis,​ including rheumatoid arthritis, celiac disease, anorexia nervosa, ​inflammatory bowel disease and lupus [cite needed]+  * **connection with disparate diseases** – the NIH connects several Th1 diseases with higher risk of osteoporosis,​ including rheumatoid arthritis, ​inflammatory bowel disease, lupus,  ​celiac disease ​ ​(({{pubmed>​long:​25971649}}))and anorexia nervosa ​ ​(({{pubmed>​long:​31765843}})) ​
  
  
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 //​**Dogster**,​ MarshallProtocol.com//</​blockquote>​ //​**Dogster**,​ MarshallProtocol.com//</​blockquote>​
  
 +<​blockquote>​I was prime candidate for osteoporosis. ​ From age 10 to 17, I was either ill in bed or hiding behind the tennis wall with a library book so the sports teacher could not notice that I was neither running nor jumping. When I left school I simply lay on my bed to read at every spare moment.
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 +My husband'​s father was a scout master, so hubbie (//not on MP//) was a more normal child, but his spine and hip bones show clear evidence of osteopenia in scan. (//DHubbie is halfway into the black on both scans//)
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 +On the other hand, my own scan showed only slight osteopenia of hip bone (//grey area//) but no osteopenia at all in a spine that rarely had much work to do. I now avoid scans in confidence I do not need it.
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 +//Sallie Q//
  
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