Are NHS only ones not worried?
Cases of Osteoporosis seem on the increase, yet the NHS seem unconcerned with the rise in problems this causes.
Listening to Dr. Stone, a GP with many cases in his ‘patch’, he gave out shocking statistics: 1/3rd of all Trauma beds are used for those with osteoporosis fractures; Women have a 1 in 2 risk of getting the disease; Men are ‘lucky’ – their risk is 1 in 5.
Exercise has been proven to help ward off consequences, and a group has asked Chelsea and Westminster Hospital to set up exercise classes for those with this disease. But this hospital seems totally uncorned about doing anything to help, even to the point of brushing off patients’ suggestions that the hospital offer preventative exercise classes (as they do in Europe). Hospital just says WHEN patients present with a fracture, due to Osteoporosis, they can deal with this on the wards (at a cost of at least £12,000 per patient). They have budget for dealing with fractures; NOT for preventing them.
Recently an elderly patient (over 80) was refused an urgent operation at Chelsea and Westminster when she fractures a hip, so the family called a private ambulance to take her off for an urgent operation.
Bone loss is NOT an inevitable part of the ageing process.
Help is at hand; the French company Yoplait are committed to helping you and your bones. It is possible to prevent, or mitigate the problems of Osteoporosis (not for everyone perhaps, but exercise certainly helped me reduce bone loss) and I am now taking Vitamin D supplements on prescription. The French company, Yoplait, have launched a fortified yoghourt on the British market, aimed at this problem.
They wanted to find an easy and tasty way to do this. And came up with Calin +. This is a new yoghourt product (lots of good milk) which has 100% of the Vitamin D Recommended Daily Allowance, along with being rich in calcium – all in one pot! And it tastes great!
Recommended daily allowance (RDA) = 5 µg and the yoghourts comes in a range of 3 popular flavours: Strawberry, Cherry and Vanilla Flavour
- Calcium is needed for the maintenance of normal bones
- “Vitamin D contributes to normal absorption/ utilisation of calcium
- “Vitamin D contributes to the maintenance of normal bones
- “Protein contributes to the maintenance of normal bones
And it’s made by a French company; Here they seem to take prevention more seriously than perhaps we do.
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