The Role of Mediterranean Diet, CoQ10 and Conjugated-Melatonin in Osteoporosis Primary Prevention and Therapy

Author(s): Sergio Stagnaro, Simone Caramel

Journal Name: Current Nutrition & Food Science

Volume 8 , Issue 1 , 2012

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The paper highlights the ‘Modified Mediterranean Diet Central Role’ in preventing Osteoporosis and an important role of ‘Coenzyme Q10’ in Osteoporosis therapy. We provide an overview of the central bio-energetic role of CoQ10 in mitochondrial REDOX metabolism and phosphorylation of ADP. This is done through ‘Quantum Biophysical Semeiotics’ bed-side evaluation, which allows bedside assessed CoQ10 deficiency, monitoring the results and efficiency of ongoing therapies aimed at improving mitochondrial and endothelial function, when it is unsuitable in any biological systems. Finally, ‘Melatonin Action Mechanisms’ in Bone Metabolism are explained.

'Quantum Biophysical Semeiotics’ theory is an extension of medical semeiotics. It is grounded on a multidisciplinary approach that involves chemistry and biology, genetics and neuroscience, chaos theory and quantum physics. It is based on the method of ‘Auscultatory Percussion’, through which by means of the common stethoscope, it is possible to listen to the signs that the body gives us when appropriately stimulated. The stimuli are used to induce consistent behavior - typical of dissipative systems far from equilibrium as defined by Prigogine - in precise and well defined biological systems of the human body, thus giving local qualitative information on the state of health or disease, whether potential, being developed but not yet evident by usual clinical trial, effective or even in chronic phase.

The 'Quantum Biophysical Semeiotics’ theory provides very detailed case studies based on the latency time, duration, and intensity of the reflexes, which play a central role in such a diagnostic method.

Keywords: CoQ10, Mediterranean diet, melatonin, osteoporosis, prevention, meiotics, stethoscope, inherited real risk, pre-metabolic syndrome, parenchymal cell

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Year: 2012
Published on: 30 April, 2012
Page: [55 - 62]
Pages: 8
DOI: 10.2174/157340112800269579

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