Bone Fractures


Bone Fractures: A bad fall, a hard blow, an automobile collision, a sports injury, or an underlying medical condition such as osteoporosis can result in a broken bone.


  • Bone pain
  • Swelling
  • Bleeding

Root Causes

  • Fall or injury
  • Osteoporosis

Food to Avoid

Eliminate sugar, refined grains, and soda pop drinks from your diet, as they contribute to bone loss.


Eat foods that are high in calcium and the other nutrients needed for Calvin's assimilation. Sea vegetables, green leafy vegetables (expecting spinach), soybeans, nuts, molasses, salmon, oysters, sardines (with the bones), broccoli, and unsweetened cultured yogurt are all good sources.