8FIELD THERAPY Two scientist are behind the field therapy
9Harold Saxton Burr, PhD, Professor of Anatomy, Researcher and Teacher of Neuroanatomy and Bioelectrodynamics at Yale University School of Medicine
10for any life on earth is the electrodynamic field. In other words: Harold Saxton Burr found:the MATRIXfor any life on earth is the electrodynamic field.In other words:The field builds up the tissue,The field controls all enzymatic and neuronic processes
36Conventional Therapies The key to its prevention revolve around calcium.Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth.Dr. Robert Thompson, M.D., wrote an entire book on this subject called, The Calcium Lie, which explains that bone is comprised of at least a dozen minerals and the exclusive focus on calcium supplementation is likely to worsen bone density and increase your risk of developing osteoporosis!Himalayan salt is an excellent source of trace minerals to function optimally.
37Why Sally Field Could be Setting Herself Up for Osteoporosis with Boniva ??? If you’ve been prescribed an osteoporosis drug such as Fosamax, Actonel or Boniva, it is very important that you understand how these drugs work before putting them into your body.
38biphosphonate drugs :“…antiresorptive medicines, which means they slow or stop the natural process that dissolves bone tissue, resulting in maintained or increased bone density and strength.”you’re only getting half the story here. Using these types of pharmaceutical drugs is the worst way to attempt to treat or on your prescription drug label.
39Even though they will increase your bone density, these drugs are poison! They work by killing off certain cells in your bones called osteoclasts. Osteoclasts destroy the bone as part of the natural bone regeneration process. Killing off these cells means you are left with only osteoblasts, which will increase bone density but not bone strength.As a result, your bones lose their natural ability to build new bone and readjust to the constantly changing forces applied.Now you have thicker bones with less strength, which actually increases your risk of bone fractures. Additionally, these drugs have been linked to some terrible side effects, including increased risk of ulcers and:
40Eye problems such as blurry vision, pain and swelling * Eye problems such as blurry vision, pain and swelling * Thigh bone fractures and osteonecrosis of the jaw * Liver damage and renal (kidney) failure * Atrial fibrillation * Esophageal cancer * Hypocalcemia (blood calcium levels are too low)Fosomax is in the same chemical class (phosphonate) as the soap scum cleaner you use in your bathroom!
41Gluten Intolerance and Bone Loss Is your stomach often upset?Chronic gas, nausea, bloating, diarrhea, constipation and brain fog could all be signs of an undiagnosed gluten intolerance.Gluten is a protein found in grains such as wheat, rye and barley. According to statistics from the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center, an average of one out of every 133 otherwise healthy people in the United States suffer from celiac disease (CD) but previous studies have found this number could be as high as 1 in 33 in at-risk populations.Those with undiagnosed gluten intolerance often have malabsorption of nutrients due to chronic intestinal damage. This means that your body is unable to optimally take nutrients from food and distribute them throughout your body.This malabsorption of nutrients can lead to osteoporosis.
42SteroidsAccording to a study done at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, there is a strong link between osteoporosis and the use of steroids:“High-dose cortisone is the second most common cause of osteoporosis, and we currently have no real treatment for this serious side effect,” says senior author Steven L. Teitelbaum, M.D., Professor of Pathology and Immunology.“Given how frequently these drugs are used to treat many different conditions, that’s a major clinical problem.”The conclusion of the study revealed that although the steroid cortisone appears to inhibit the ability of osteoclasts to dismantle old bones in genetically normal mice, the inability of the skeletal structure to renew itself may cause bones to weaken dramatically from aging and stress.
43GfK StudyReport about osteoporosis among 531 osteoporosis patients in the Netherlands. It seems that GfK has also done the same in other countries. Most astonishing conclusions :1. 91% of the Osteoporosis PATIENTS do NOTsee any advantage in using meds.2. Pain is the most dominant problem(60%)3. 70% live in fear for fractures
44The GfK Group is one of the largest market research companies in the world. The Group has a staff complement of 10,000+ employees working in 150 operating companies covering more than 100 countries of the world who deliver the knowledge on markets and sectors which our clients need for their decisions. The GfK Group is headquartered in Nuremberg, Germany.
45GfKfourth largestmarket research organisationin the world
46Gfk fourth largest world group afterNielsen CompanyKantar GroupIMS Health.
47The GfK GroupThe GfK Group, established in 1934 as Gesellschaft für Konsumforschung (Society for Consumer Research) is Germany’s largest market research institute, and the fourth largest market research organisation in the world, after Nielsen Company, Kantar Group, and IMS Health. It was founded by an association of university teachers, among them Ludwig Erhard, later Minister for Economics and Chancellor of Germany.
48GfKThey focus on innovation and progress ensuring that the advanced technology and consistent quality of the methods, tools and practice areas used.
49Pulsating Electromagnetic Frequencies PEMF for Osteoporosis With this safe and guaranteed method I never lost apatient (Kessler et al.)
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