We are all aware of the wave of Osteoporosis sweeping baby boomers and beyond. It’s a nasty disease initiated in a body that is excessively acidic, desperate for calcium to counter the pervasive rusting of our vital organs. Of course, as usual, Big Pharma has the answer, and as usual, it’s in a bottle.
It’s called biphosphonate and it comes in many different bottles with different labels. Fosamax is one popular one, marketed by Merck.
Now before we go further with the gory details, remember; osteoarthritis can be addressed simply using calcium and magnesium supplementation, an alkaline lifestyle and perhaps chromium as a trace element.
So Osteo has remedies. Simple, inexpensive.
So what if you’ve gone the Fosamax route? Would you be surprised to hear that dentists are reporting severe dental damage incuding exposed jawbone inside the mouth !?!?
I would! But that’s exactly the data being reported in the Journal of American Dentistry.
Dr. Parish Sedghizadeh, is assistant professor of clinical dentistry at the University of Southern California School of Dentistry in Los Angeles. He reports up to four new cases of degraded dental health each week from patients who are taking biphosphonates.
Use of bisphosphonates has been associated with other problems in the past, including an increased risk of atrial fibrillation (a type of abnormal heart rhythm), unusual fractures of the thigh bone, and inflammatory eye disease.
The Washington Post has the story here
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And if this isn’t news to you us you are experiencing these symptoms, here’s the site of attorneys preparing a class action against the makers.