Scott: A couple other conditions that you mentioned in your book, osteoporosis, indigestion things like that. Again, sugar can be linked to things like these?
Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum: Those are lesser issues, for those. But what you're going to see, you're going to see a host of nutritional deficiencies that will be contributing to osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is not a calcium deficiency. If you want to effectively
increase bone density, treat the hormonal issues. Especially estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. And take some strontium. 680 milligrams of strontium... 170 percent as effective, almost twice as effective as the medications, continues to increase in effectiveness over time, unlike the medications which after five years will often cause more harm than good. And low cost, safe. So there are a number of other things. The indigestion again is more of the lower digestive issues that we're seeing. The candida stuff the gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, than it is the acid reflux kind of stuff.
Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum discusses a couple of conditions that are related to too much sugar. One he mentions is osteoporosis. He talks about the common thought that calcium is recommended for preventing osteoporosis. He says that's not the case but that there's something else to take instead.
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