Weak Kidneys Cause Weak Bones

By Dr. Matthew Watson

by Jean-Claude Alix, Naturopath

No single area of the body stands alone, everything is linked up. This is why medical specialisation is one of the greatest mistakes that was ever

made.

Viewed from this angle, hardly any two areas are so closely and deeply intertwined as the renal metabolism and the bone metabolism. Thus, it is understandable that weakness in the kidneys must necessarily result in weakness in the bones. The discussion of these interrelations is the

theme of this treatise.

Significance of the kidney as the centre of bone formation:

- The kidney as regulator of the

electrolytes

- The kidney as regulator of the

acid-alkaline balance

- The kidney as the base of anxiety Read more...

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