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Kidney and Urinary Tract Stones Related to Bone Fractures?

Have you ever noticed that people with kidney or urinary tract stones are more likely to fracture a bone?

If you noticed this correlation, it’s not in your mind.


British Study Links Stones with Bone Fractures
British researchers studied nearly 52,000 people diagnosed with stones and more than 517,000 who were not.

This 5-year study (reported in the March 2015 Readers Digest) found that men with stones had a 10% greater risk of bone fractures and women had up to a whopping 52% higher risk.

So what’s the connection between stones and fractures?

They report that people with stones leach calcium into their urine, which may cause skeletal calcium loss as well.

That makes sense.


Should I Have Concerns?
After seeing the results of this study and being diagnosed with stones, would I worry about potential fractures?

I would sure have some serious concerns – especially after noting that the study reported such a high correlation particularly with women – up to 52% higher risk.

My thinking goes like this:

I have enough on my plate dealing with the pain, suffering, and healing from the stones.

The last thing I want is to break a bone and have to deal with that whole issue.

(Why endure more pain and suffering? — Yes I’m a wimp!)

Especially if I can avoid it!


What to Do?
I would take a pro-active stand.

I would personally work with my health practitioner to identify root causes and I’d choose an aggressive preventive stand that is natural with no side effects.

My plan would support my kidneys, urinary tract, and bones to help optimize their healthy performance.

For sure, I would want to know if I was leaching calcium. (I can ask my medical practitioner for a medical test to see if calcium is leaching into my urine.)


Identify Root Causes – Hair Test Mineral Analysis
graph pic for TE pic2I would also identify and shore up root causes of the stones, any calcium issues, as well as potential fractures.

I’d consider taking a Hair Test Mineral Analysis (HTMA) to identify accurate levels of mineral and vitamin deficiencies, excesses and/or imbalances, as well as toxicities – including heavy metals.

I like that the HTMA report also identifies a program to nutritionally repair and rebalance my biochemistry.

That way I won’t need to guess at the best repair program when I can have it scientifically done using my exact information and personal health issues and concerns.

I can order this test on my own, it’s really affordable, and results are returned to me fast.

That sure takes part of the load off my mind.


Natural Solutions – BioEnergy Wearable Patches
In addition to a healthy life style and following the advice of my health or medical practitioner, I would consider using BioEnergy Wearable Patches: Cleanse, D-Tox, “Kidney, Thyroid, Adrenals, Bladder”, LIV-GB (Liver-Gall Bladder), AND Cleanse.

I trust them for a lot of reasons.

I’m very sensitive to chemicals and drugs and they work well for me with absolutely no negative side effects at all.

They’re gentle; they have no drugs or chemicals; and they won’t interfere with any of my current protocols.

This is important to me.


Will My Lumen Photon Therapy Device Help?

Lumen 132 Photon Therapy Device
Lumen 132 Photon Therapy Device

I would use my Lumen Photon Therapy over my urinary tract area, Kidney, Liver, Gall Bladder, and also over L1/L2 area of my back.

The Lumen can help these areas and can also help bring down overall body inflammation which we know can exacerbate (or be exacerbated by) all kinds of health conditions.

The Lumen Photon Therapy is also drug free and completely safe.

It’s so easy… I push a button and simply relax while the Lumen Photon Therapy Device does its thing!


The Lumen Settings
I would use a combination of NICO and Setting #4. I would go back and forth between the two settings. If I was in pain (especially from the stones), I would add Setting #7.


In addition to placing the Lumen LED pads on the site of my concern, I also place the LED pads over the L1/L2 (area of my back) and use the NICO setting to help bring down overall body inflammation.

Works wonders for me!

The last time my doctor check my C Reactive Protein levels, they were amazingly low because I use my Lumen so consistently. (C Reactive Protein is the gold standard for measuring overall body inflammation.)


Final Thoughts
I like this approach because it’s affordable; it makes sense, is non-invasive and easy, and I can do most of it myself without a major medical expense.


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(Note: This information is presented for educational purposes only. As always, consult your medical practitioner for medical advice.)