The Problem With Calcium Supplements

There are two negative of calcium supplements. First, they increase the risk of heart attack. There’s a study that was published in 2010, The British Medical Journal that confirmed that those who were taking calcium supplements had between 27 and 31 percent higher risk of heart attack and other cardiovascular events than those taking a…

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Protein Adds Calcium To The Bone

Popular diet books and press frequently publish wrong recommendations by medical experts and nutritionists about protein. Scientifically, the more protein the better. Protein adds calcium and does not leach out calcium from your bones. The Textbook of Medical Physiology stated that, “Protein functions in…these cells to transport calcium into the cytoplasm. The rate of calcium…

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Why Protein is Good for The Bones

Osteoporosis is a significant concern today and especially for women. The textbook of Medical Physiology gives insight about what osteoporosis is: “Osteoporosis is the most common of all bone diseases in adults, which results a diminished organic bone matrix rather than from poor bone calcium.” It’s the bone matrix that is impacted in osteoporosis-not a…

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What Supplements are Recommended?

According to Professor Brian Peskin PEOs are fundamental. Professor Peskin take about 50% more than the recommended daily amount, which is 3 gm/160 pound bodyweight – because he works long hours and that’s from very early in the morning to late in the evening. Physicians need to know that increased mental focus that PEOs give…

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