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Myth: Calcium is good for the bones

  1. The world is full of fairytales and myths. The most dangerous myths are scientific myths that doctors rely on. They cause many cases of illness. Calcium is incredibly bad for the bones, but misinterpreted science, wishful thinking and economic interests have led the world to praise the lie that calcium and dairy products are good for the bones.

Calcium leads to bone diseases

  1. Eating too much calcium is not good. It leads to bone diseases. For years, doctors and scientists have argued the opposite. In the west we drink a lot of milk and dairy products that contain calcium and often even extra calcium. Yet here osteoporosis, a bone disease, is much more widespread than in Asian countries where people drink almost no milk. Calcium is not only found in milk, but also in many vegetable foods. Vegetable calcium is healthy because its intake is accompanied by a number of other minerals

Vitamin D and Calcium

  1. Calcium is absorbed into the blood by means of vitamin D. We therefore need this vitamin just as much as calcium. An excess of calcium in the blood stops the body from making calcitriol, which is ultimately the building blocks of the calcium in the bones. This leads to various diseases. A calcium surplus that leads to a calcitriol deficiency can lead to osteoporosis, M.S., diabetes type 1

In Asia, people have better bones

  1. It is no wonder that osteoporosis is only becoming a major epidemic in the Western world. Western food means a lot of sugar

Calcium makes the body acidic

  1. Studies at Harvard University in the US and many other studies show that fractures are more common in countries where more milk and milk products are consumed. The more calcium a population consumes, the more fragile the bones are. That's because the body is set for survival. Milk changes the pH value in the intestines, which could trigger harmful processes. The body becomes acidic due to calcium intake. Too much calcium is bad for a crucial organ such as the kidneys and liver. These organs resolutely ensure that excess calcium is immediately expelled from the body. The greatest calcium reserves are in the bones, which is why the calcium surplus that many people do to themselves every day, the bones become increasingly weaker. [! 172999 => 1130 = 4!] Calcium makes the body acidify

  2. Studies at Harvard University in the US and many other studies show that fractures are more common in countries where more milk and milk products are consumed. The more calcium a population consumes, the more fragile the bones are. That's because the body is set for survival. Milk changes the pH value in the intestines, which could trigger harmful processes. The body becomes acidic due to calcium intake. Too much calcium is bad for a crucial organ such as the kidneys and liver. These organs resolutely ensure that excess calcium is immediately expelled from the body. The greatest calcium reserves are in the bones, which is why the calcium surplus that many people do to themselves on a daily basis makes the bones increasingly weaker.



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