Get your calcium

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Published by MedScape, an educational service for Family Practice doctors, is a report clearing the safety of supplemental calcium. Not just one, but two large-scale studies clearly show no connection between supplementing with common calcium and heart attack in either women or men. Please feel assured and at ease with these findings.

But does calcium actually improve bone density? My opinion is a strong yes in most people. But only if you have the right calcium product. Common calcium is not very useful. There is an uncommon type of calcium that will reduce the usual daily dosage and increase absorption by about 65 percent. Think about how that could change your bone density! From across the Pacific Ocean comes a medical article that boldly says there is a change in how we should supplement with calcium. A second published article goes on to say there is a specialized calcium that increases bone mineral density, prevents fractures, appears to inhibit spinal deformity and decreases body fat content. The calcium written about is absorbable algal calcium. Very likely, Icelandic red algae with strontium will do the job as well.

This special calcium written about is made by heating cleaned oyster shell to 800 degrees under reduced pressure and mixing it with similarly heated seaweed (Cystophyllum fusiforme). There likely is a link to the reduction of ailments due to aging (blood pressure, memory loss, hardening of the arteries, etc) by increasing the absorption of calcium. This has to do with your parathyroid gland. The dose of this special calcium taken each day is less than ordinary calcium.

With this type of calcium the added nutrients magnesium, vitamin D, K and others are enhancements for the benefit of bone building, fracture prevention, and reduction of body fat content. Most people expect that vitamin D, at least, is required with calcium. This is one great supplement often named Algae Based Calcium. Not a very exciting name but it carries a powerful WOW impact. A monthly supply is less costly than others on the market and should be less than $30.

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