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So, this blog will mainly feature alerts regarding website updates as well as alerts to postings on our other blogs as they occur, so that you can check out this central blog at your leisure to more easily determine whats new within the vast realm of the WisBits website and our other blogs.

However, a secondary purpose of this blog, our main focal point for all of our resources, is to also provide a medium to present short news items here of important relevance that do not necessarily fit well within the scope of the main WisBits website or the other three blogs. Now, "fetch me my axe...".

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Osteoporosis is found to be a Result of Aging Factors, NOT Estrogen Loss

If you know of anyone that is or may be affected by osteoporosis (or even the phony bogus "diagnosis" of ostopenia which mainstream med is now needlessly "treating" with drugs) you need to inform them of new research that concludes that the bone loss condition is due to the "age-related mechanism" of oxidative stress (aka "OS"). Further, whereas the estrogen/androgen loss decreases the bodies defenses against this oxidative stress in the bone, the actual root cause of bone loss is the resultant oxidative stress and not directly (only in a roundabout manner) the loss of estrogen. Consequently, this research delineates a shift away from the long standing views of the condition and the treatments for it. Preventing the oxidative stress prevents the bone loss, negating the need for the controversial estrogen replacement therapy, and of course the pharmaceutical drugs pushed by drug companies.

If you would like to view a brief technical abstract about the research, click on this link.

If you would like to view extended technical information about the research, click on this link.

If neither of the above, the following statement from the abstract pretty much sums it up: "This emerging evidence provides a paradigm shift from the 'estrogen-centric' account of the pathogenesis of involutional osteoporosis to one in which age-related mechanisms intrinsic to bone and oxidative stress are protagonists"...

Note that some of the major causes for increased oxidative stress and therefore osteoporosis -- at any age, noting that bone loss starts in the 30's -- are environmental toxins, toxins in vaccines, poor (or even good) diet that results in vitamin/mineral deficiencies, smoking, alcohol consumption, over the counter "medications", and oddly enough -- you guessed it -- pharmaceuticals, by design of course. Note that oxidative stress is not only responsible for osteoporosis, but also many other diseases such as hypertension, cancer, diseases of the eye, Parkinson's, cardiovascular diseases, Alzheimer's, fragile X syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, and on an on...

We do not mean to infer that you should begin countering oxidative stress until after age 30 -- it should begin at birth, or actually prenatally...

Note that, terminology-wise, "free radicals" are involved in oxidative stress, which is often abbreviated to "oxidation", and "anti-oxidants" are known to fight free radicals in repairing the damage of oxidative stress.

We have a section on oxidation, free radicals, and antioxidants to combat them, therefore combating oxidative stress, osteoporosis, and as a bonus all of the aforementioned diseases. This is a link to our webpage on the main WisBits website regarding our advice on free radicals and antioxidants. We provide normal, healthy, natural solutions to the problem of oxidative stress and disease, as opposed to the proven and even admitted damaging pharmaceutical drugs.

POINT. Consider, and always remember this, and warn everyone, that in the case of osteoporosis, mainstream medicine and of course the eagerly duplicitous drug companies had it all wrong. Surprise, surprise...

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