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JamieB
Friday, November 3, 2006, 3:58pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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After having a biking acident my O sectretor mom ended up with a fractored collar bone and rib along with a concusion and a punctured lung that healed up in 6 hours after the accident. She was on the diet before the accident but is wondering now if there is anything else she can do to speed up healing of her body and her bones. She is doing really well after about 5 days she got off pain killers and a week and a half afterward she was able to get her self out of bed by her self a big deal. Oh and she is 60 if you were wondering. Thanks for all your help.
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Quoted from Dr.D
Vitamin C (preferably from food derived vitamin) 1000mg daily
Branch chain amino acids (500mg each minimum Valine, Leucine Isoleucine)

These nutrients are in great demand in situations of bone breakage. I can testify to their efficacy. They made my recovery from a broken ankle amazingly rapid.


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bone broth is very helpful, too! )


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JamieB
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Thanks for your suggestions and my mom will try it out to see if it helps.
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A good calcium/magnesium supplement, such as PhytoCal O, calcium to Mag 5:1, or a calcium/mag. citrate.  Plus BioSil (Jarrow) bio-available silicon to help form the bone matrix.

Plenty of protein.    and laughter!!  



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