To maintain bone growth
Osteoporosis is one of the qualities of human aging. As calcium continues to be lost from the body's major systems, our bones become fragile, and simply taking calcium-containing nutrients is not enough to stop this threat and disease. Because the body needs silicone to help absorb and utilize these inorganic calcium.
There is evidence that if people arbitrarily add calcium, it will not help the bones to heal, but will leaching out the existing calcium in the bones, thus accelerating the process of degenerative diseases such as osteoporosis, affecting human support and connective tissue.
For osteoporosis, silicone can relieve pain and even restore the body's self-healing function. Osteoporosis is the most common disease in postmenopausal women, and data indicate that the resulting death toll has exceeded the sum of breast cancer, cervical cancer and uterine cancer.
Osteoporosis is usually caused by the loss of calcium around the bone protein, which causes the bones to become thinner. Gradually, the nutrients in the bone matrix are also lost, causing the cavity to expand. Therefore, even within the normal pressure range, the bones may break. Therefore, it is a very important repairing method to mineralize the calcium in the body into the bones. It is recommended that silicone should be supplemented daily to better precipitate phosphorus, magnesium and calcium into the bones, especially for the absorption of calcium.
More and more research evidence shows that even in the absence of calcium, the human body can use silicon to transform into the protective structure needed for bones, but lacks silicon, but other minerals have difficulty to have similar effects. a role. Therefore, scientists' silicone is the pre-existing condition for calcium absorption and utilization.
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