Silica Water is a natural source to prevent for Osteoporosis!
There are osteoporosis symptoms and signs
If you have osteoporosis, your bones don't look any different, but they lose substance as well as calcium and other minerals
One of the reasons is lack of silica in your body.
Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue. This leads to increased bone fragility and risk of fracture (broken bones), particularly of the hip, spine and wrist. Normal bone is composed of protein, collagen, and calcium, all of which give bone its strength.
If you have sufficient amounts of the silica in your diet you will have stronger bones, better skin, more flexible joints.
What makes Silica Water UNIQUE?
Since the 9th century Silica has been known for its hardness, which is the chemical name for this trace mineral. Since the 9th century it has been known for its hardness.
“This trace mineral is a major ion in the bone-forming cells in young, uncalcified bone. As the bone matures, the concentrations declines and deposits of calcium and phosphorous increase. But the trace mineral is important. It acts as a regulating factor for calcium and phosphorous in bone tissue.” ( Life Extension Magazine April 2003.)
For osteoporosis silica can stop the pain and even restore the body’s self repair process. Silica is responsible for the depositing of minerals into the bones, especially calcium. It speeds up the healing of fractures and also reduces scarring at the side of a fracture.
All of us need silica regardless of our age. It is an important to give the body dietary source of silica early in life as it is during the aging process when silica levels in tissue usually drop off steeply. Silica has a direct influence on absorption of all minerals that the body requires to maintain health. Silica adds to the quality of life, and improves stamina and appearance.
Silica Water is unique ability to replenish the system with
Silica for osteoporosis treatment
Silica is a main component in collagen and elastin, connective fibres that keep our skin firm and youthful. As we age, silica content diminishes in our body which is why we need to maintain it continuously with supplements. Silica presence in our bodies is directly responsible for strong nails, glowing and healthy skin and beautiful thick lustrous hair. Silica also helps increase immune system defence as it participates in formation antibodies and antigens which fight bacteria and viruses. Silica also helps the body absorb and utilize calcium which is essential for the health of bones and teeth. Along with iron, silica is one of the key elements in the human body, and just as iron, needs to be continuously supplied.
Silica can be used for prevention and treatment of countless disorders and diseases, especially age –related diseases. Because of its ability to facilitate calcium absorption, silica is important in prevention of osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is associated with thinning and weakening of the bones which develops due to insufficient calcium content. It is a common disorder among the older generation, especially post-menopausal women. Starting at a younger age, it worsens with age putting women at risk of bone fractures as it progresses. Countless women die of bone fractures every year in numbers that can even be compared to cancer-related deaths. The good news is that this process can be prevented with sufficient supplementation of Silica which helps to demineralise the bones calcium and can it even turn to calcium when needed. Thereby it will prevent injuries and also will speed up the healing process.
Silica is also used to effectively treat skin conditions such as Psoriasis and eczema, and to help speed healing of wounds and burns. It can also decrease the appearance of cellulite, enhancing the effect of cellulite removal procedures. Another area of silica application is cardiovascular health. By strengthening arteries walls and lessening blood vessels problems, it treats the causes for high blood pressure, and helps in Atherosclerosis treatment.