Natural Osteoporosis Tests
Don't guess how to improve your bone density
with natural treatments.
Do these natural osteoporosis tests before starting your
natural treatment for osteoporosis.
– measures growth of the bones, too low: little bone growth, too high: too much
– chemical in the body that if too high damages the blood vessels.
D3 – helps absorb calcium and magnesium. Also
pulls calcium off the blood vessel walls and improves circulation.
– inflammation can breakdown the bones, damage blood vessels and increase risk
of heart attack and stroke.
Phosphatase – if elevated (even in normal range) shows rapid
– hyperthyroid increases bone loss
– if elevated (even in normal range) shows too much calcium may be released from the
bones into the blood or calcium is not being placed into the bones. May give insite into parathyroid
8. Protein and
Albumin – protein is necessary to make collagen in the bone, nails,
hair and skin.
(DpD) – measures bone breakdown. Too high – too much breakdown.
Too low – not enough growth.
a. pH – acid: not enough
minerals. alkaline: too many minerals loss through kidneys
b. Specific Gravity – mineral and water
3. Oxidative Free Radical
Damage – High to Severe amounts of oxidative (free radical)
damage is a correctable risk factor.
1. Saliva and Urine Detox
pH – acidity of saliva and urine.
2. PostM – Saliva Hormone
Test for Estradiol, Estrone, Estriol, Testosterone, DHEA and
Progesterone. All bone cells have receptors for each of these hormones.
Stomach Acid Test
Metagest/Gastracid HCL Challenge – if your stomach is low in acid you will not absorb your minerals, calcium, magnesium,
phosphorus and protein properly. Acid blocking drugs can increase the risk of osteoporosis by 200%.
DynaPulse Wave Analysis: poor
vascular circulation decreases nutrients supplied to the bones.
Ankle Brachial Index
(ABI): poor vascular circulation decreases nutrients
supplied to the bones.
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