Calcium: Killer or Hero?

Calcium: Killer or Hero?

Calcium kills you or keeps you alive and strong… Heart bypass mythology & more…

What should you do?

The press release cited below provides some good information about the importance of Calcium and Vitamin D3.

The recommendation for D3 supplements is ridiculously low according to my research.

A problem with calcium is whether it ends up in bones, where it is needed, or is it shrinking the available space in your 60,000 miles of arteries, veins, and maybe capillaries and compromising blood flow and creating stroke risk by sticking to the interior walls???

That’s one of the reasons that heart bypass and stints do not work as well as other alternatives.  They attempt to fix a system wide problem by dealing with an inch or 2 here and there.

Surgeons don’t share the information that your benefits are no better than other choices without the surgery that you may live through.

(SCIENTIFIC STUDIES ON BYPASS SURGERY:  Veteran’s Administration Hospital Study, published in 1977… At three, four and five years later, they found no difference whatsoever in the death rates between the two groups.
Follow this link for more information, other studies and more…)

When taking calcium, Vitamin D3 is necessary and while you’re add it, do something to clear excess calcium from your miles and miles of arteries and veins.

Look into chelation (oral & intravenous), the value of K2 (and the risks), nattokinase, proper hydration, chemical free water, stress reduction programs (Because what you do about stress raises or lowers all kinds of risk) and there are forms of calcium that appear to be superior in how and where they are absorbed.

One provider worth checking out is: Lane Lanes:

Investigate the value of Magnesium for healthy bones… Then you need to see what co-factors help or are required..

It’s hard to find good infographics. Many provide propaganda and disproven theories instead of up to date information… And though today’s information may be out of date in a few years, it’s a good bet that it provides better guidance than the myths and fantasies that promote highly profitable mainstream medical propaganda.

This infographic is compliments of

If you want to know how incredibly important – and complex – the human heart is, check out this interesting infographic:

human heart facts


Facts and myths about calcium and vitamin D supplements

Florida Atlantic University…

Calcium and vitamin D are essential to keeping bones strong, dense and healthy as we age, as well as preventing bone loss, osteporosis, and skeletal fractures. Calcium builds and maintains healthy bones and vitamin D assists with absorption and increased uptake.

Alarmingly, 90 percent of women in the U.S. are deficient in calcium and 50 to 90 percent are deficient in vitamin D. These numbers are even higher among minorities, including Hispanics and African-Americans. Even among children, 30 to 40 percent are already deficient in calcium and vitamin D.Furthermore, about 50 percent of women and 20 percent of men aged 50 and older will have a fracture as a result of osteoporosis…

Clinicians and patients have become concerned about the possible, but unproven links between calcium supplements and heart attacks…

The authors emphasize that the benefits of calcium and vitamin D supplements on bone health are conclusive, and that the totality of evidence is reassuring on cardiovascular disease…

The overall article helps highlight health issues relating to Calcium & D3.

I recommend you do some research on how to maximize the benefits of calcium while addressing the real problems of shrinking blood flow and stroke from blood clots when calcium goes wrong.

You have way more control over your life and health than you think; even if you think you have a lot… You have even more than that.

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