Ancient Greek Recipe for Preventing Osteoporosis

This ancient recipe is great for preventing and curing osteoporosis

Ancient Greek Recipe for Preventing Osteoporosis

Osteopenia is the stage prior to osteoporosis. This term is used for defining bones’ density that is less than normal, but not low enough to be diagnosed as osteoporosis. Density of the bones is so low in osteoporosis; there is a real threat of bone breaking even under the normal conditions. In some cases, bones could break even in everyday activities. The loss of bone mass is prone to elderly population and is more frequent in women (in post menopause stage of life) than men.

Osteoporosis is a disease that can be treated naturally, without medications, and with good results. The treatment is most successful if conducted with osteopenia diagnosis.

Firstly, the calcium intake must be increased and the amount of time spent in the sun in order to absorb vitamin D, since these are 2 major factors for having healthy bones.

Magnesium is also a necessary mineral because it improves the absorbance of calcium and affects the bone structure.

Make sure you eat enough dairy products, sesame, peas, leafy green vegetables, whole grains, nuts and various seeds.

Ancient Greek recipe for preventing osteoporosis:

  • 10 tbsp. of linseed
  • 5 tbsp. of milled sesame
  • 5 tbsp. of milled grain of wheat
  • 5 tbsp. sunflower seeds
  • 3 tbsp. raisins
  • 1 kg of clover honey

How to prepare? Mix all ingredients with wooden spoon and pour in a jar. Take one tbsp. before breakfast and lunch. This ancient Greek medicine can be used both in preventing and in curing osteoporosis. It is always better safe than sorry.


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