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Grandmother can hardly climb stairs anymore, anything one can do to stop muscle loss?

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  1. dwx

    dwx Banned

    Mar 7, 2012
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    My grandmother is 95 years old and I wonder is there anything one can do to stop the loss of muscle mass
    and strength? She can hardly get up anymore out of a chair or climb stairs.
    What do you do in such a case? Isn't there a way to encourage anabolism in elderly patients?

    I wonder if including some whey protein in her diet would be a good idea. But then again I don't know if that would
    be good for the kidneys.
  2. JanSz

    JanSz Well-Known Member

    Dec 8, 2007
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    Get her on PK Protocol from dr Patricia Kane.


    Blood tests will be covered by Medicare.
    Other tests and doctors may be different story.
    It also depends on her zip code.
    Best call them.

    As far as I can figure, people above will do, but not sufficient enough, care for Steroid Hormone Panel.
    They do basic pregnenolone/DHEAs, that likely would need additional tweaks.
    She would need someone else who would add progesterone/estrogen balance preferably more.


    What body parts is she missing?


    Specially if she is diabetic

    stop carbohydrates,
    70% fat + 30% proteins

    She may have a problems digesting that, help with
    betaine HCL, wobenzym, bile salts, butyrate Ca/Mg, .....

    and use very cold showers or baths, as cold as she can stand but at least 65F for at least 30min
    very unpopular on this board
    cold will make her insulin sensitive, and adrenals/thyroid will work better
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    Last edited: Apr 14, 2012
  3. JanSz

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  4. dwx

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    Thanks a lot.

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