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    1. afshi January 22nd, 2009 at 12:25 pm

      looking forward to this seminar, insha Allah!

    2. sabiwabi January 23rd, 2009 at 11:29 pm

      Sh. Faisal is phenomenal….I learned from him at Deen Intensive once. I’ll never forget it

    3. SHAFI March 28th, 2009 at 10:11 pm

      assalamu alaikum
      res: seyyed Hussain nasr’
      i hv read ur many articles alahamdulillah
      in a new book from ibt malaysia discussing about islamicmedicine as unani,but thre is some differences with unani and islamicmedicine?
      i hv published a matter about this issuein my website
      Prophetic Medicine is not Unani
      Arabs were the motivation behind European renaissance. That mainly centred upon the revival of the legacy of Greco-German Philosophy. Some of the short sighted and religious blinded rulers in Rome started burning books that contained Greek philosophy and it was the Arabs who prevented them from the wicked act and saved the books. It was from the Arabs that the Europeans got these books which had later on become the foundation for European renaissance. It was not in full recognition of its worth that the Muslim Arab world showed so much of enthusiasm towards Greek philosophy. Especially many of its views on man and universe were not suitable for Islam. It was especially so in the case of Medical Science. Even today Greek medicine by the name Unani prevails in India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Malaysia. There are even Muslim scholars who practise this system of medicine. Therefore many people mistake Unani medicine for Islamic medicine. A reconciled term, ‘Unani Arabic Medicine’ is being popularised in many places. Still it cannot therefore be called Islamic Medicine. If a great scholar of Islamic jurispridence runs an interest-based bank, it cannot be called an Islamic bank! It is the case with Unani Medicine. Many of its fundamental principles are not in conformity with the therapeutic, physiological and pathological principles laid down by Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings of Allah be on him); though in many respects these are close to one another.

      The Prophetic traditions related to medicine clearly define the latest critical diseases and also those that would follow immediately as well as those which would afflict mankind in future. His sacred words have touched upon all drugs and treatments. BIMS or Bachelor of islamic Medicine is a course on the post modern and comprehensive study of this sytem of treatment.
      may i pls send me a valuable reply
      may Allah rewards ur scervices……….aameen
      urs faithfully
      Dr SAZuhoori

    4. BERNFRURSESIB April 24th, 2009 at 7:32 am

      I’m the only one in this world. Can please someone join me in this life? Or maybe death…

    5. SHAFI April 28th, 2009 at 10:43 am

      School of Seven Minds in islamicpsychology
      I. Nafsul Fithwrath (Divine mind)
      From birth till two years of age. Breast milk feeding time

      II. Nafsu thwalab (Seeking mind)
      Enquiring the “What, Which, How?” etc…… Basic Investigative mind to Ultimacy of truth.

      III. Nafsu tharheeb (Saluting mind)
      Saluting to Surrounded things, the causes (Sources) of things “rejecting the causes, seeking the sources” is the super stage of this mind.

      IV. Nafsual Mufrad (Loneliness mind)
      Declaring the world is artificial and investigating to the reality of Allah.

      V. Nafsul Umoomath (Master mind)
      Connecting and agreeing with a Master of life and self dedicated to him.

      Nafsul Azm(Agreed mind)
      This is a part of the Vth level of mind. Starting a pure life with divine activities based on the agreement with his or her master, he is didn’t any self opinion in life. Fully dedicated to master ( Bose, Chief, Murshid, Shaiq, Imam, Guru etc…) and arranging and presenting his life as a Candidate of His Master. This mind will developed to the divine vision of heart.

      VI. Nafzul Mujahada (Creative mind).
      New attempts, experiments, Sacrificing are growing to maturity of mind. Creativities to society, sickness peoples with the divine visions and the glorious light of heart (Qalbussiraj)

      VII. Nafsul riza / Nafsul muthwma’enna
      Recieving the Certifications and blessings from good people, Masters and all of this Universe. finally arraging to death as a spiritual journey.

      Note: These are the real stages of minds. but there are Seven sub mind also. those are the evil spirited minds named Nafsu shaithwani.

      Coming soon!
      Seven Containts of each one minds of Seven levels of minds. from a Canadian Seminar

    6. shafi May 31st, 2009 at 11:48 pm

      Dear Dr syed muhammed,
      We are coming to your sweet country to an academic attemption in any universities to the manifestation of BPMS like courses

      There is no standard degree of schooling for prophrtopathic practitioners, but a popular option is to study botany, horticulture or natural sciences while complementing one’s studies with certification from a prophetopathic university program. Certification allows students to focus on prophetopathy without an additional background in liberal arts; in a condensed amount of time, they will study holy prophet’s recommended photolytic herbs, plants, animals and organic ingredients, which are used to naturally combat illnesses. All prophrtoopathic university programs that result the administration of prophetpathic remedies require students to learn patient care, to address safety, sanitation and contamination concerns and to work within traditional healthcare ethical guidelines. prophetopathic university programs which lead to certification can be completed in less than one year, and may lead to positions such as prophetopathic administrationIslamic psycho counseling and prophetopathic nursing.
      University Program #2: Bachelor’s Degree in prophetopathic Medicine
      In a bachelor’s-level prophetopathic university program, students study the history, philosophy and tradition of practicing the prophetic system of medicine. They may also take interdisciplinary courses on human behavior, anthropology andeuro psychology, as well as Eastern and Western medicine. This diverse overview helps prophetopathic university graduates practice holistic healing techniques. In order to stand out in their field, students may benefit from specialized classical, constitutional, complex or veterinary prophetopathic university programs. Graduates will traditionally learn the Laws of Similars, dilutive techniquespholytic phytology, organic botany and ethics. A 4-year prophetopathic university program prepares students to work in medical laboratories and clinics and may include working with patients directly or helping patients indirectly through research and experimentation. They may become prophetopathic specialists, clinicians, technicians or nurses.

      -Dr. S.A Zuhoori
      Wa alaikum assalam wa Rahamathullahi wa Barakathu,
      We arevery glad to know that you will be here in Malaysia very soon.
      When you reach here Please give me a call on this phone No: 0169952544.
      Jazakallah khair
      Sincere Regrads
      Dr.Syed Mohammed.

    7. shafi May 31st, 2009 at 11:51 pm

      the director
      singapore health authority
      there are many developmental pertinance and possibilities of prophetopathic studies and medicinal treatments in ur great country
      especially in the field of fast brain buisiness techniques.
      there are many medicinal formulas to the extra intellectual adaptive power and another strategical gains to your professionals and technitians from the prophetic system of medicine
      HIV,cancer,dibetes like fattal diseases also cure with this postmodern techno system.
      so may i pls demand to you the investigation for the prophetopathic aplication in singapore
      we will visit ur beautiful land at tomorrow

    8. shafi May 31st, 2009 at 11:55 pm

      Dr SAzuhoori,from Malaysian visiting
      The aim of this study was to clarify the normal values and the changes of haemogram, some biochemical parameters, and some hormones in both athletic and non-athletic camels. The racing tests were carried out in El-Arish, Egypt, on twenty-seven apparently clinically healthy athletic and non-athletic camels. Blood samples were collected aseptically from jugular vein before and after a 6-km camel race competition. The results showed a significant increase in red cell counts, haemoglobin concentration and haematocrit value in both athletics and non-athletic camels after the 6-km racing, while the derived red cell indices remained without significant changes. Serum concentration of K+ increased significantly in post racing athletics and non-athletic camels, while Na+ increased significantly in non-athletic camels only. HCO3- and Ca2+ decreased significantly while chloride remained without significant changes in both athletic and non-athletic camels. In contrast to other athletic animal species, the serum glucose concentration increased significantly in the post-racing camels. Similarly, there was significant increase in blood lactate, total protein, albumin and globulin in both athletics and non-athletic camels. Nonesterified fatty acids increased significantly in athletic camels while it decreased significantly in non-athletic camels. Furthermore, both serum cortisol and urine vainylmandelic acid increased significantly in post racing camels. In conclusion, racing camels showed haematological, electrolyte, and metabolic responses to such race similar to those reported in other animal species except that of glucose. On comparison, between the athletic and non-athletic camels, the most interesting observations recorded in this study were the following: the high increase in plasma Na+ concentration in non-athletic camels versus no changes in athletic camels; the highly significant decrease in calculated strong ion difference in non-athletic camels versus no change in athletic camels; and while nonesterified fatty acids decreased significantly in non-athletic camels, they increased in athletic camels.

    9. kabir June 5th, 2009 at 2:44 am

      Post modern Prophetopathy
      prophetopathy is a form of post modern alternative medicine that
      treats patients with heavily diluted preparations that are thought to
      causations presented, first expounded by the first physican Hazrath
      abul bashar Aadam alaihissalam. prophetopathic remedies are prepared
      by divine words and natural products

      Apart from the symptoms of the disease, prophetopaths use aspects of
      the patient’s physical and psychological state in recommending
      remedies.prophetopathic reference books known as kithabuthibbs are
      then consulted, and a remedy is selected based on the index of
      symptoms and diagnozed informations. prophetopathic remedies are
      generally considered safe, with rare exceptions However, prophetopaths
      have been criticized for putting patients at risk with advice to avoid
      conventional medicine, such as vaccinations,anti-malarial drugs, and
      antibiotics. In many countries, the laws that govern the regulation
      and testing of conventional drugs do not apply to prophetopathic
      Claims of prophetopathy’s efficacy beyond the faithy effect are
      unsupported by the collective weight of scientific and clinical
      evidence. Supporters claim that studies published in reputable
      journals support the efficacy of prophetopathy; however, there are
      only a handful of them, they are not definitive and they have not been
      replicated. Several high-quality studies exist showing evidence for
      many effect from prophetopathy, and the many positive studies of
      prophetpathic remedies have generally been shown to have problems that
      prevent them from being considered unambiguous evidence for
      prophetopathy’s efficacy.
      Homeopathic remedies generally contain few or no pharmacologically
      active ingredients, and for such remedies to have pharmacological
      effect would violate fundamental principles of science.Modern
      prophetopaths like Dr Zuhoori have proposed that water has a memory
      that allows prophetopathic preparations to work without any of the
      original substance; however, the physics of water are well understood,
      and no known mechanism permits such a memory. The lack of convincing
      scientific evidence supporting prophetopathy’s efficacy and its use of
      remedies lacking active ingredients have caused prophetopathy to be
      described as pseudoscience and quackery.
      General philosophy
      prophetopathy is a vital elemant/ruknul hayath philosophy in that it
      interprets diseases and sickness as caused by disturbances in a
      hypothetical vital elemental flow or life force /thajalliyathul hayath
      and sees these disturbances as manifesting themselves in unique
      symptoms. prophetopathy maintains that the vitalelemental force has
      the ability to react and adapt to internal and external causes, which
      prophetopaths refer to as the “thajalliyathul anwar”. The philosophy
      of photolytic states that a possitive state of mind and body can
      attract healthy temmperement called “mizaj” to empowering the body and
      produce symptoms of goodness.
      Preparation of remedies
      In producing treatments for diseases, prophetopaths use a process
      called “photolysation” or “energysation” whereby the remedy is diluted
      with zamzam or distilled water and then vigorously dissolved by many
      times .prophetopathy is supported by modern scientific research.

    10. kabir June 5th, 2009 at 2:47 am

      Dr Abdul kabir Swadri

      “Who created me, and it is He Who guides me;
      “Who gives me food and drink,
      “And when I am ill, it is He Who cures me; Qur’an 26:78,79,80
      we can read this holly words that ..and when I am cancer,it is He Who cures me
      holy prohet Muhammed(sw) who is the first narrater of Qur’an says:”There is no disease that Allah has created, except that He also has created its cure.”
      (sahih bukhari Volume 7, Book 71, Number 582:
      Narrated Abu Huraira)
      expectational psychology is the result of this hadith to cancer patients
      their hearing is this hadith that:”There is no cancer that Allah has created, except that He also has created its cure.”
      A social psychology phenomenon where people tend to ignore attributes in others that are viewed as atypical. People instead tend to search for evidence that confirms expectations and previously existing beliefs. This tendency helps simplify social experiences, but it also distorts our worldview by causing us to accept inconsistent information. Expectation confirmation often contributes to stereotypes about social groups, since people only look for information that confirms their attitudes about these social groups.
      so the Swadri medicine treating as the preaching therapy with this concept of divine expectational mantalology
      secontly trying to the medications from the Prophetopathic texts.laxation is main step of treatment in aome types of cancer patients
      Constipation and colonic inertia are common problems affecting large numbers of ca patients. On this system specialised on the topic constipation you will find information about the causes of constipation and also learn how you can help reactivate bowel movement
      Chronic constipation is still an embarrassing problem for many. Yet it doesn’t have to come to this,
      provided them care for their intestine properly.
      they can do this by drinking a large glass of hotwater before breakfast and trying to move around a bit
      more to get their intestine moving. patient should then eat a good breakfast that is as rich in fibre as
      possible, followed by a rest. After a few days, their intestine will have become accustomed to this
      rhythm and their bowel movements will become more regular.
      according to we Once our intestine has learned to “report” each morning after breakfast, or at similar fixed times, it is
      easier to identify any irregularities with our digestive system and thus prevent chronic constipation.
      Problems with the digestive system can only be classed as a “chronic illness” when there are no bowel
      movements over a longer period of three to four days. In this case, we recommend that we consult
      our doctor.
      nextly swadri system of treatment will enter to curative medicines from holy Qur’an and prophetic sayings
      camel is main source of this medicines because camel products will settling the carcinogenic hotness of cells
      listen to Qur’anic quistion: Do they not look at the Camels, how they are made? (Al-Gashiya 17 )
      certainly! there are many many treatmental secrets also in this animal

    11. kabir June 5th, 2009 at 3:32 am

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    12. kabir June 5th, 2009 at 10:09 pm

      Dr Abdul kabir swadri BSc,BAMS,BIMS,DSM

      A carcinoma is any malignant cancer that arises from epithelial cells.
      Carcinomas invade surrounding tissues and organs and may metastasize,
      or spread, to lymph nodes and other sites.Carcinoma in situ (CIS) is a
      pre-malignant condition, in which some cytological signs of malignancy
      are present, but there is no histological evidence of invasion through
      the epithelial basement membrane,in this disease there is a
      proteopathic complication in thyroid cancer like stages
      Carcinoma, like all neoplasia, is classified by its histopathological
      appearance. Adenocarcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, two common
      descriptive terms for tumors, reflect the fact that these cells may
      have glandular or squamous cell appearances respectively. Severely
      anaplastic tumors might be so undifferentiated that they do not have a
      distinct histological appearance (undifferentiated carcinoma).
      Sometimes a tumor is referred to by the presumptive organ of the
      primary (eg carcinoma of the prostate) or the putative cell of origin
      (hepatocellular carcinoma, renal cell carcinoma).Proteopathy is ver y
      important topic in the study of carcnomas
      Proteopathy is the abnormal accumulation and toxicity of proteins in
      certain disease states. The proteopathies (sometimes referred to as
      “proteinopathies”) comprise more than 30 diseases that affect a
      variety of organs and tissues, including Alzheimer’s disease,
      Parkinson’s disease, type 2 diabetes, amyloidosis, selective
      hyperproteolytic diseases (e.g. critical illness myopathies or tumor
      cachexia), and a wide range of other disorders (see Table
      The proteopathies also are called protein conformational diseases,
      because a change in the 3-dimensional folding (conformation) of a
      protein increases the tendency of the protein to misfold and
      polymerize into aggregates that are resistant to clearance, and can
      become pathogenic. Because of the common structure of the polypeptide
      backbone, all proteins have the potential to misfold under some
      Only certain proteins are linked to proteopathy, possibly due to
      instability or other structural features of the monomeric protein that
      increase the probability of misconformation, which in nearly all
      instances involves an increase in beta-sheet secondary
      structure.[8][6][9] Potential risk factors for proteopathic diseases
      augment the tendency of vulnerable proteins to self-assemble. They
      include destabilizing changes in the primary amino acid sequence of
      the protein, post-translational modifications (such as
      hyperphosphorylation), changes in temperature or pH, an increase in
      production of a protein, or a decrease in its clearance. Advancing age
      frequently is a risk factor.

      In some proteopathies, abnormal assembly can be templated on an
      exogenous protein, typically a misfolded form of the same protein. In
      this way, the disease state can be induced in a susceptible host by
      the introduction of diseased tissue extract from an afflicted donor.
      The best known form of such infectious (or transmissible) proteopathy
      is prion disease, which can be transmitted by exposure of a host
      organism to purified prion protein in a disease-causing conformation.
      There is now evidence that other proteopathies are inducible by a
      similar mechanism, including AA amyloidosis, apolipoprotein AII
      amyloidosis, and Aβ amyloidosis. In all of these instances, an
      aberrant form of the protein itself appears to be the pathogenic
      Proteopathy Major aggregating protein
      Alzheimer’s disease Amyloid β peptide (Aβ); Tau protein (see tauopathies)
      Cerebral β-amyloid angiopathy Amyloid β peptide (Aβ)
      Retinal ganglion cell degeneration in glaucoma[15] Amyloid β peptide (Aβ)
      Prion diseases (multiple) Prion protein
      Parkinson’s disease and other synucleinopathies (multiple) α-Synuclein
      Tauopathies (multiple) Microtubule-associated protein tau (Tau protein)
      Frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD) (Ubi+, Tau-) TDP-43
      Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) Superoxide dismutase, TDP-43
      Huntington’s disease and other triplet repeat disorders (multiple)
      Proteins with tandem glutamine expansions
      Familial British dementia ABri
      Familial Danish dementia ADan
      Hereditary cerebral hemorrhage with amyloidosis (Icelandic) (HCHWA-I)
      Cystatin C
      CADASIL Notch3
      Alexander disease[16] Glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP)
      Familial amyloidotic neuropathy, Senile systemic amyloidosis Transthyretin
      Serpinopathies (multiple) Serpins
      AL (light chain) amyloidosis (primary systemic amyloidosis) Monoclonal
      immunoglobulin light chains
      AH (heavy chain) amyloidosis Immunoglobulin heavy chains
      AA (secondary) amyloidosis Amyloid A protein
      Type II diabetes Islet amyloid polypeptide (IAPP; amylin)
      Aortic medial amyloidosis Medin (lactadherin)
      ApoAI amyloidosis Apolipoprotein AI
      ApoAII amyloidosis Apolipoprotein AII
      ApoAIV amyloidosis Apolipoprotein AIV
      Finnish hereditary amyloidosis Gelsolin
      Lysozyme amyloidosis Lysozyme
      Fibrinogen amyloidosis Fibrinogen
      Dialysis amyloidosis Beta-2 microglobulin
      Inclusion body myositis/myopathy Amyloid β peptide (Aβ)
      Cataracts Crystallins
      Medullary thyroid carcinoma Calcitonin
      Cardiac atrial amyloidosis Atrial natriuretic factor
      Pituitary prolactinoma Prolactin
      Hereditary lattice corneal dystrophy Keratoepithelin
      Cutaneous lichen amyloidosis Keratins
      Corneal lactoferrin amyloidosis Lactoferrin
      Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis Surfactant protein C (SP-C)
      Odontogenic (Pindborg) tumor amyloid Odontogenic ameloblast-associated protein
      Seminal vesical amyloid Semenogelin I
      Critical illness myopathy (CIM) Hyperproteolytic state of myosin ubiquitination
      In producing treatments for cancers,Dr Zuhoori like prophetopaths use a process
      called “photolysation” or “hydro-photolysation” whereby the remedy is
      diluted with zamzam or distilled water and then vigorously dissolven
      by ten hard strikes against an elastic body in a process called
      “anvaariyyathul badan”.
      there are many camel medicine methods to this disease

    13. malik shibbir miah June 5th, 2009 at 10:13 pm

      Ijaza is very important in prophetic medicine because there are many chances to readable books on propheticmedicine here.but there is no authorized knowledge for the lecturing, classes etc. only.

      so we must understand the details of ijaza of this canadian propagator of prophetopathy

      Shaykh Faisal received Ijazah in various Islamic Disciplines from several Scholars and Shaykhs including Shaykh Muhammad Al-Maliki, Shaykh Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri, and Muhammad al-Yaqoubi

    14. malik shibbir miah June 5th, 2009 at 10:16 pm

      Three Parts Of Shaiq Faizal’s Seminar

      the first part of discussion declairing the spirituality of medicine. especially in canada, there are many possibilities to the studies of islamic spirituality.there is a department also in the Toronto university campus named sufi study circle

      The Sufi Study Circle is a group dealing with Islamic mysticism. They hail from the University of Toronto at the International Students Centre – 33 St. George St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada

      The Sufi Study Circle is associated with the Chishti Order of Sufis, in Toronto, Canada. Their Silsila was first brought to Toronto by Dr. M. Qadeer Shah Baig (r.a.), who was a professor at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Middle East and Islamic studies, about 30 years ago. He began The Sufi Study Circle roughly 25 years ago and since his passing away, the silsila has continued with the current Khalifa Syed Mumtaz Ali.

      thre are many sufi healing systems in canada

    15. rashid June 7th, 2009 at 12:27 pm

      Dr Abdul rashid swadri

      Photobio pharmacology is the scientific study of the interactions of
      treatmentallight (technically, non-ionizing radiation) and living
      organisms. The field includes the study of photosynthesis,
      photomorphogenesis, visual processing, circadian rhythms,
      bioluminescence, and ultraviolet radiation effects. The division
      between ionizing radiation and nonionizing radiation is typically
      considered to be 10 eV, the energy required to ionize an oxygen atom.
      this method of study is utilizing in the cancer treatments of
      prophetopathy or photopathy
      there are many advantages in cancer cure project
      Photobiomodulation, also known as low level laser therapy (LLLT), cold
      laser therapy, and laser biostimulation, is an emerging medical and
      veterinary technique in which exposure to low-level laser light or
      light emitting diodes might stimulate or inhibit cellular function
      possibly leading to beneficial clinical effects. The technique is also
      known by the more ambiguous terms phototherapy and laser therapy,
      which may also be used to describe other medical techniques.
      Rationales for suggesting particular combinations of wavelength,
      intensity, duration and treatment interval are still being refined
      and increasingly published by the academic community.
      there are many accidental or reflected exposure in this type of
      treatment,but inthe photopathic style of camel medicines; there are
      many curative reservations of bio elemental effect
      so oncologysts attentions vl turn to this area
      this is an aplication for cancer patients

    16. dr naseema June 14th, 2009 at 12:31 am

      Dr A K Naseema
      In the sayings of Nabi(s) there is no firy containt in the creation of human body but in Unani,Ayurveda like systems are theorizing as fary participating to the Physiology and medicine also. so we can”t encourage to those systems. actually the firy contan’s chemical excessiveness is the basic cause of diseases
      Excessive amounts of phosphorus can interfere with calcium uptake. When too much phosphorus exists, the body will pull calcium from bones. This can cause decreased bone mass/density. Balance between phosphorus, calcium and magnesium is important – excessive/insufficient amounts of any one of these can adversely affect the body.
      Excessive amount of phosphorus (more than 1-g daily) can cause diarrhea and hardening of the organs/soft tissue.
      If taking medication on a regular basis, consult a medical professional prior to taking a phosphorus supplemExcessive phosphorus is generally caused by kidney disease or by consuming too much dietary phosphorus relative to dietary calcium. As dietary phosphorus increases, the need for additional calcium rises as well. The delicate balance between calcium and phosphorus is necessary for proper bone density and prevention of osteoporosis.
      How to Take It:
      Recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) for dietary phosphorous are listed below:
      For infants 0 – 6 months: A dietary phosphorus intake of 100 mg daily is adequate.
      For infants 7 – 12 months: A dietary phosphorus intake of 275 mg is adequate.
      For children 1 – 3 years: A dietary phosphorus intake of 460 mg is the RDA.
      For children 4 – 8 years: A dietary phosphorus intake of 500 mg is the RDA.

      For children 9 – 18 years: A dietary phosphorus intake of 1,250 mg is the RDA.
      For adults 19 years and older: A dietary phosphorus intake of 700 mg is the RDA.
      For pregnant and breastfeeding females under 18 years: A dietary phosphorus intake of 1,250 mg is the RDA.
      For pregnant and breastfeeding females 19 years and older: A dietary phosphorus intake of 700 mg is the RDA.
      Because of the potential for side effects and interactions with prescription and non-prescription medications, dietary supplements should be taken only under the supervision of a knowledgeable health care provider.
      Too much phosphate can lead to diarrhea and calcification (hardening) of organs and soft tissue, and can interfere with the body’s ability to use iron, calcium, magnesium, and zinc. Athletes and others taking supplements that contain phosphate, should only do so very occasionally and with the guidance and direction of a health care provider.
      Nutritionists recommend a balance of calcium and phosphorus in the diet. The typical Western diet, however, is imbalanced in these minerals. Most people with this type of diet consume roughly 2 – 4 times more phosphorus than calcium. For example, meat and poultry contain 10 – 20 times as much phosphorus as calcium, and carbonated beverages such as colas have as much as 500 mg of phosphorus in one serving. When there is more phosphorus than calcium in the system, the body will use calcium stored in bones. This can lead to reduced bone mass (osteopenia or osteoporosis), which makes bones brittle and fragile. It can also lead to gum and teeth problems. A balance of dietary calcium and phosphorus can lower the risk of osteoporosis, and relieve the symptoms of osteoarthritis and other problems related to the body’s ability to use calcium.
      Next to calcium, phosphorus is the most abundant mineral in the body. These two important nutrients work closely together to build strong bones and teeth. About 85% of phosphorus in the body can be found in bones and teeth, and roughly 10% circulates in the bloodstream. The remaining phosphorus can be found in cells and tissues throughout the body. Phosphorus helps filter out waste in the kidneys and contributes to energy production in the body by participating in the breakdown of carbohydrates, protein, and fats. It also helps reduce muscle pain after a hard workout. Phosphorus is needed for the growth, maintenance, and repair of all tissues and cells, and for the production of the genetic building blocks, DNA and RNA. Phosphorus is also needed to help balance and metabolize other vitamins and minerals, including vitamin D, iodine, magnesium, and zinc.
      Health conditions such as diabetes, starvation, alcoholism, and conditions that can cause abnormal absorption of nutrients (such as Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, and radiation damage) can lead to depletion of phosphorus in the body. Phosphorus deficiencies can also be caused by certain prescription medications, including antacids and diuretics (drugs that get rid of excess fluid from the body). Symptoms of phosphorus deficiency include loss of appetite, anxiety, bone pain, bone fragility, stiffness in the joints, fatigue (excessive tiredness), irregular breathing, irritability, numbness, weakness, and weight change. In children, decreased growth and poor bone and tooth development may occur.
      Possible Interactions:
      If you are currently being treated with any of the following medications, you should not use phosphorus preparations without first talking with your health care provider.
      Alcohol — Alcohol (ethanol) may pull out phosphorus from the bones and deplete it from the body.
      Antacids — Antacids containing aluminum, calcium, or magnesium (such as Mylanta, Amphojel, Maalox, Riopan, and Alternagel) can bind phosphate in the gut and prevent its absorption, potentially leading to low phosphate levels (hypophosphatemia) when used long-term (chronically).
      Anticonvulsants — Some anticonvulsants (including phenobarbital and carbamazepine or Tegretol) may lower phosphorus levels and increase levels of alkaline phosphatase, an enzyme that helps remove phosphate from the body.
      Bile acid sequestrants — Bile acid sequestrants are drugs that lower cholesterol and include cholestyramine (Questran) and colestipol (Colestid). They can decrease the oral absorption of phosphates from the diet or from supplements. Therefore, oral phosphate supplements should be administered at least 1 hour before or 4 hours after these drugs.

      Corticosteroids — Corticosteroids, including prednisone (Deltasone) or methylprednisolone (Medrol), may increase urinary phosphorus levels.
      Diuretics — The use of diuretics such as hydrochlorothiazide (Hydrodiuril) or furosemide (Lasix) may increase the elimination of phosphorus from the body in the urine, causing symptoms of phosphorus deficiency.
      Insulin — High doses of insulin may decrease blood levels of phosphorus in people with diabetic ketoacidosis (a condition caused by severe insulin insufficiency). This serious condition is treated in a hospital and replacement of phosphorous takes place under the direction of a doctor.
      Potassium supplements or potassium-sparing diuretics — Using phosphorus supplements along with potassium supplements or potassium-sparing diuretics (including spironolactone or Aldactone and triamterene or Dyrenium) taken together with a phosphate may result in high blood levels of potassium (hyperkalemia). Hyperkalemia can be a serious problem, resulting in life-threatening heart rhythm abnormalities (arrhythmias).
      Other drugs — Drugs called angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, normally used for high blood pressure, may decrease phosphorus levels. They include benazepril (Lotensin), captopril (Capoten), enalapril (Vasotec), fosinopril (Monopril), lisinopril (Zestril, Prinivil), quinapril (Accupril), or ramipril (Altace). Other drugs include cyclosporine (used to decrease the immune system), cardiac glycosides (digoxin or Lanoxin), heparins (blood thinning drugs), anti-inflammatory drugs (such as ibuprofen or Motrin). Salt substitutes also contain high levels of potassium which may lower phosphorus levels if used long-term (chronically).
      Reviewed last on: 5/1/2007
      Ernest B. Hawkins, MS, BSPharm, RPh, Health Education Resources; and Steven D. Ehrlich, N.M.D., private practice specializing in complementary and alternative medicine, Phoenix, AZ. Review provided by VeriMed Healthcare Network.
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