The Hypertension/Osteoporosis Epidemic: Prevent it with Vitamins A, C, D, Niacin, Thiamine, and Antibiotics
We are living in the midst of an epidemic of hypertension and osteoporosis. Odds are, the two conditions have a shared cause. How else can one account for the astounding prevalance of these two conditions amongst American adults. The prevalance is close to one out of three adults.
It's easy to blame genes, and genes seem to be a reason most people are willing to accept. For scientists, however, genes aren't a very compelling explanation for a chronic conditions shared by so many. The cause of this epidemic almost has to be environmental.
Here's a strategy for attacking chronic health problems including hypertension and osteoporosis:
1) Kill any bacteria that may be hiding in your body and causing nearly undetectable mischief. The treatment of choice is the tetracycline class of antibiotics (there are lots of choices for your physician).
2) Boost the immune system with vitamin A, thiamine (preferably enteric-coated TTFD), niacin, vitamin C, and sunshine (or vitamin D supplements as long as you won't freak out if you have to switch to sunshine later because of discomforts caused by the pills)
3) Accelerate healing with massive doses of vitamin C and niacin (only if there is healing to be done and you are willing to learn about the discomforts massive doses of vitamin C and niacin can cause)
Steps one and two are fantastically easy. Get a low dose tetracycline family antibiotic prescription and take it for 3 to 6 months (as recommended for tick born diseases like lyme disease). Take just one or two 10,000 IU vitamin A supplements per week, 2000 to 4000 mg/day of vitamin C (in divided doses throughout the day), 50 mg/day of enteric coated TTFD (thiamine), 250 mg time release niacin one or twice per week, and mid day sunshine most sunny days.
Step three is only meant to be a temporary measure - typically several days - never more than several weeks straight. It's accomplished by taking enough vitamin C and niacin to cause discomfort and then backing off. Alternatively, you can just take alot (like 10,000 mg/day of vitamin C and 500 mg/day of time release niacin), not have any discomfort (if you're lucky) and then stop after a few days or a few weeks at most.
So - while the doctors deliberate and test and test and test, there's much to gain and almost nothing to lost by giving vitamins and antibiotics a try.