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Bone is a dynamic tissue which is continuously being remodelled. Old and dead bone is first removed by specialist cells, the osteoclasts and new bone is then laid down by the osteoblasts. 
Osteoporosis is the label given to bone that shows to be "thin" on x-ray and it is assumed that bone loss bone loss or resorption is taking place faster than repair.
Repair of bone needs many important factors such as amino acids and vitamins to make the lattice upon which bone is laid down and, minerals which add strength to the lattice through calcification.

Osteoporosis is the typical result of diet and lifestyle especially lack of exercise. In fact never has the saying "use it or lose it" been more apt than in osteoporosis.
Bone health is dependent upon placing the skeleton, particularly the hip and thigh bones, under regular tension. It is through realignment of the lattice and bone while walking and impact exercise such as jogging, dancing and trampolining that encourage the laying down of new bone and prevention as well as the first line treatment of osteoporosis.

Factors which adversely affect the balance in bone health include food allergy/intolerance, pathogenic organisms (bacteria, viruses, fungus/Candida and parasites), toxins such as metals (arsenic, cadmium, lead, mercury etc), chemicals (pesticides, herbicides, preservatives etc), radiation (DECT phones, mobiles and masts, air travel etc), drugs (NSAIDs, steroids etc), and not forgetting malabsorption of essential nutrients such as amino acids, vitamins, minerals and especially fatty acids of EPA and DHA. Of course it is taken for granted that smoking and excess alcohol would impact badly on bone health.

Factors which encourage bone health and repair, apart from exercise, include
amino acids, vitamins, minerals and especially the omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, as well as probiotics, soluble and insoluble fibre from fruits, vegetables and whole grains, not forgetting adequate amounts of water, a regular daily exercise regime and sunlight, when possible.

HRT has not been shown to be of any help in osteoporosis, neither has calcium supplementation on its own as a balance of vitamins and minerals is far more important.
An Integral Health DNA Hair Test not only can identify the epigenetic factors which possibly give rise to cause/causes of an imbalance in the body and the potential for signs and symptoms of disease; it is also able to highlight the nutrient and lifestyle recommendations specific for each unique individual, helping to ensure they are able to achieve optimum health - naturally.

Click here to download your Integral Health Hair Test form and attach three to four strands of your hair from anywhere on the body.  We must have the root on at least one of the hairs, that is the white or black bulb on the end of the hair.   Simply Cellotape the hairs in the space provided on the Integral Health Hair Test form and send it to us at: Integral Health, Suite 215, 14 Chertsey Road, Woking, GU21 5AH along with payment of £130 (retest £95) made out to 'Integral Health' or click Hair Test Payment for other methods of payment.  

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