calcium

  1. kind2creatures

    Calcium Supplements Wrong Approach to Age-Related Bone Loss

    Happy I already suspected this years ago when a bone scan showed Osteopenia. The doctor immediately told me to take high doses daily of calcium. I knew already that excess calcium can be displaced and end up in the arteries, causing blockages which may result in strokes, etc. I never did...
  2. kind2creatures

    Osteoporosis Myth to Create Disease to Sell Pharmaceutical Drugs

    I agreed, by a doctors urging years ago, to undergo a bone scan for Osteoporosis. They told me that I had pre-Osteoporosis or Osteopenia, and insisted that I start taking high dose calcium supplements and return for another scan a few years later. Well, I never went back for another scan, or...
  3. B

    Protein, Calcium and Alkalinity

    Hello everyone, I have here my latest blog entry on the myths of protein, calcium and the importance of alkalinity Here is the link to the blog http://vibranaturalblog.com/2014/03/24/protein-calcium-and-alkalinity/ Comment if you wish and enjoy!
  4. kind2creatures

    Vitamin K2 (MK-7) May Prevent Inflammation

    I've been using vitamin K2 for bone and arterial health, but it now is shown to be very helpful in preventing inflammation. Here are some more benefits of vitamin K2...
  5. liverock

    Will Big Med Give Up its Cholesterol Cash Cow?

    A new study in the European Heart Journal pinpoints calcium, not cholesterol, as the factor causing clogged arteries. http://www.lewrockwell.com/2013/12/bill-sardi/will-big-med-give-up-its-cholesterol-cash-cow/
  6. K

    Excessive Calcium

    Came across this last night...An interesting take on the causes of osteoporosis. Thinking outside the box.... http://www.4.waisays.com/ExcessiveCalcium.htm
  7. kitson

    What types of calcium and nutrition to grow taller?

    Ok i havent hit my spurt yet but if im drinking like 8-10 glasses of milk a day is it enough calcium ?. and if i dont drink soda and just milk will i have a better chance of getting taller? lastly i keep getting "you need nutrition" is that true and if it is where can i get nutrition?? do i...
  8. B

    Is calcium always needed with magnesium?

    I just started taking extra magnesium in addition to the 100 mg in my multivitamin. I'm taking 225 mg at the moment, may try going up to 350 mg soon. I only get the 100 mg calcium in my multivitamin, and the rest of my calcium is coming from food so I'm not entirely sure how much I'm getting...
  9. Ted_Hutchinson

    Magnesium & Calcium Protect DNA from Radiation

    Magnesium & Calcium Protect DNA from Radiation I know I keep nagging people to increase magnesium intake but this Mark Sircus article and video from Dr. Chris Busby does explain why it's so very important.
  10. C

    Calcium supplements

    I don't get a lot of calcium in my diet because i'm Lactose intolerant so i tend to avoid those dairy products that contain calcium. But i've heard that theres certain "rules" to what you need to take with them or which ones work best. Is there something particular i need to look for or will...
  11. G

    Glad I never gave up my bacon and eggs

    In my research to figure out how my daughter could absorb more calcium - I found this: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/09/17/stephanie-seneff-on-sulfur.aspx Certainly I have had much going on over four months but dropping 2 dress sizes has been the benefit. I have cut...
  12. G

    Just found something (parathyroid removal, calcium absorption)

    This article is about people who have had parathyroid removed and I hope I am understanding that the body won't absorb calcium until it has enough Vitamin D. See if I am right here. Of course I would never buy a drug but the company that I buy everything from has a Omega 3 with Vitamin D3...
  13. liverock

    Its Calcium Not Cholesterol the Problem In Heart Disease

    Bill Sardi makes the case for to much calcium as the cause of Coronary Heart Disease. http://lewrockwell.com/sardi/sardi188.html
  14. J

    Importance of calcium/magnesium/parathyroid in hypertension

    Magnesium is a mineral that is critical for energy production and metabolism, muscle contraction, nerve impulse transmission and bone mineralization. It is required cofactor for an estimated 300 enzymes. Among the reactions catalyzed by these enzymes are fatty acid synthesis, protein synthesis...
  15. kind2creatures

    Natural Bone Builders

    Most holistic and integrative physicians prefer to look at natural factors that may influence the organic growth and integrity of bone architecture. A recent review provided by the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University mentions a number of dietary components that are...
  16. kind2creatures

    Heart Saving Headlines

    Another informative article from HealthyFellow... http://www.healthyfellow.com/851/heart-saving-headlines/#more-851
  17. saved1986

    Question Calcium

    Why is bone meal powder not considered a good supplement?
  18. J

    Helllllp! (Cal/Mag ratio)

    I've been researching for ages now and I'm starting to get fed up :( Okay, so, as it says in an earlier thread of mine, I have Tinnitus and want to start taking Magnesium in the hope it may help. I've figured out about 650 or so mg would be what I require, but I read to be healthy you need a...
  19. J

    Magnesium Supplementation May Reduce Risk of Diabetes

    I think you probably already know about magnesium. Reminder, try to find a magnesium supplement that is bound by something other than oxide. Don't get magnesium oxide. It tends to burn the intestinal wall, and it is not absorbed by the body very well. And remember to take magnesium...
  20. L

    what should I look for in a Cal/Mag supplement

    What should I look for in a good Cal/Mag supplement? Darn. I forgot to add tags. Sorry admins, I am trying to remember that.
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