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Osteoporosis is a disease that has many stages of progression. The first stage is called Osteopenia. As the disease progresses, the bones thin out. So how does someone get better from this disease. Well, legally no one can say they can cure the disease. However, our own human bodies, under the right conditions, have the ability to cure itself from almost any chronic ailment. So a better question might be to ask how we might give our own body the tools it needs to operated properly, in the way it was designed to operate.
We need to feed our body all the nutrients it needs and the nutrients that science tells us that we were intended to consume, to do what its immune systems were designed to do - fix and repair health problems.
What does the body need. The body needs all of the 91 essential nutrients (60 Minerals, 16 vitamins, 12 amino acids and 3 fatty acids), in their most pure forms. This means nothing synthetic, and in natural plant form (not from animals).
Once these nutrients are present in the body, on a daily basis, and all at the same time, our bodies can begin the proper repair processes. Promanatein has all of these nutrients.
In the case of Osteoporosis, Calcium citrate is an essential mineral that is very beneficial for the human body to deal with this disease. This form of Calcium (citrate) is the natural calcium salt derived from citric acid. Therefore, foods rich in naturally-occurring citric acid contain calcium citrate, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Calcium citrate is also present in most plants and animals, however it is highly concentrated in Lemons and Limes.
Pure lemon juice contains 1.44 grams per ounce of calcium citrate, or citric acid. Concentrates made from lemon juice contain an average of 1.1 grams per ounce of the substance. Pure Lime juice is another rich source of the calcium citrate, containing 1.38 grams per ounce. These juices should be considered only if they are 100% juice without additives.
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