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Osteoporosis literally means ‘Porous Bones’. It occurs when the rate of bone renewal does not match the rate of breakdown, eventually resulting in weak, brittle bones. Osteoporosis has no symptoms unless you break or fracture a bone, and many individuals do not realise they have the condition until this happens. Too often, people are diagnosed with osteoporosis years after they have had the condition, if they are diagnosed at all: this is too late for them to have the most effective treatment.

In the UK, one in two women and one in five men over the age of 50 fractures a bone. Most of these fractures occur because the individual has osteoporosis. In many cases, the sufferer has the condition as a result of a lifetime’s failure to take preventative action. In fact, osteoporosis has been called “a paediatric disease with geriatric consequences.”

More women die each year from fractures caused by osteoporosis than die from breast cancer. This is a frightening and unnecessary statistic for a condition that is frequently preventable and – if diagnosed – treatable.

Cooking with Be in the kitchen on the Saturday afternoon.

Friday morning

9 – 12.30

Tools of the trade: energy delivery mechanisms

The PK diet and gut function.

Growing your own food

Cooking demos

The Mitochondrial engines

Thyroid accelerator pedal and adrenal gear box

Detox regimes

“Oxygen”

Afternoon

2-4pm

Tools of the trade: inflammation

Tools to deal with infection and damp down inflammation

Vit C, Vit D, Iodine, B12

Sleep

Prebiotics and Probiotics

Groundhog regimes

CBD oil and Low dose naltrexone.

4 – 6pm

Hot tub, sauna, swimming, walking

Do it yourself detox!

Saturday morning

9-12.30

How we apply the tools of the trade to problems of:

Gastroenterology

Rheumatology

Afternoon

2-4pm

How we apply the tools of the trade to problems of:

Guest Speaker:

Cooking with Be in the kitchen

4 -6pm

Hot tub, sauna, swimming, walking

Sunday morning

9-12.30

How we apply the tools of the trade to problems of:

Neurology and psychiatry

Ophthalmology

Dermatology

Afternoon

2-4pm

How we apply the tools of the trade to problems of:

Oncology

Nephrology

4pm

Travel home

Osteoporosis literally means ‘Porous Bones’. It occurs when the rate of bone renewal does not match the rate of breakdown, eventually resulting in weak, brittle bones. Osteoporosis has no symptoms unless you break or fracture a bone, and many individuals do not realise they have the condition until this happens. Too often, people are diagnosed with osteoporosis years after they have had the condition, if they are diagnosed at all: this is too late for them to have the most effective treatment.

In the UK, one in two women and one in five men over the age of 50 fractures a bone. Most of these fractures occur because the individual has osteoporosis. In many cases, the sufferer has the condition as a result of a lifetime’s failure to take preventative action. In fact, osteoporosis has been called “a paediatric disease with geriatric consequences.”

More women die each year from fractures caused by osteoporosis than die from breast cancer. This is a frightening and unnecessary statistic for a condition that is frequently preventable and – if diagnosed – treatable.