America's bones are crumbling. Are yours?

Posted on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 in no categories
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Osteoporosis (porous bones) is becoming an epidemic, particularly among women. But men are also “crumbling”.

How can this be, when so many people take Calcium supplements, drink milk by the gallon and eat cheese and ice cream without benefit. What has gone wrong?

We are going to debunk the myths behind Calcium supplementation and what truly is required to grow strong, healthy bones.

The honest truth behind calcium supplementation

  • 99% of Calcium supplements are totally worthless - crushed and powdered rock the body cannot digest, let alone utilize.
  • Despite all the milk mustache ads telling you milk is a perfect food, the fact is dairy is not a good source of usable Calcium. Dairy contains dangerous hormones directly linked to breast and endometrial cancers. Milk also creates an acid condition in the gut. To alkalize or neutralize the acid, the body sucks Calcium out of its own bones, thus creating weak and porous bones - aka, osteoporosis.
  • Cheese and ice cream are the worst forms of milk to consume, as it takes about ten pounds of milk to make one pound of cheese. The more you eat ice cream and melted cheese pizzas, the weaker your bones become.
  • You need vitamin D and vitamin K to get the Calcium OUT of the bloodstream and INTO the bones. Without these two miracle vitamins, Calcium is inert and useless in the body. Milk does not contain these vitamins. Vitamin K is the key that opens the door to the bones so Calcium can flow uninhibited from the bloodstream to the bones. No vitamin K, no Calcium absorption.
  • You need all the support minerals that make up the bone “matrix”, including Magnesium, Boron, Phosphorous, Manganese, Copper, Zinc and Strontium. ALL the support member minerals of the strong bone team have to be present for Calcium to be utlizied and put to work building the bone matrix.
  • The form of Calcium is VITAL for success and strong bones. We were not designed to digest rocks and extract the minerals within, regardless of how finely crushed and powderized they are.

So how do you get all the minerals in a form the body can utilize?

Bone Density Skeletal Support - Complete support for Strong Bones

Bone Density Skeletal SupportBone Density Skeletal Support is a comprehensive bone building dietary supplement which includes the essential supporting minerals magnesium, manganese and boron, as well as vitamin D and vitamin K to facilitate calcium absorption and promote bone mineralization.

Calcium from Mycrocrystalline Hydroxyapatite (MCHA) is a highly bio-available form of calcium, unlike calcium carbonate commonly found in calcium supplements which comes from crushed rock and is not well utilized.

MCHA is a natural compound that makes up the crystalline matrix of bone and teeth, and gives each their rigidity. MCHA is a source of highly absorbable calcium and phosphorus, the major mineral components of bone.

I've been taking Bone Density since it came on the market. I had a plate and screws installed to hold the bones in place, and sooner than expected, they needed to be removed, as my hand surgeon told me that my bones are so dense, they are pushing the screws loose!
- Sam Freeman, Jr.

Economy sized 240 capsule bottle. Click here to learn more about Bone Density Skeletal Support.

What else can I do?

  • Make a big pot of my Calcium-Rich Watercress Soup for Strong Bones and have this 4 times every week.
  • Exercise every day, and add light weights for strength. This helps keep bones strong.
  • If you are a woman, get our Balanced Woman formula to keep the hormones enriched and stop them from leaching Calcium from the bones.
  • Get dry Sea Vegetables from the health food store or online from Clark Hansen at Maine Seaweed. These are a smorgasbord of minerals and bone healthy compounds.
  • Eliminate red meat and reduce animal protein - they leach Calcium.
  • Avoid sugar and caffeine-containing foods, hard liquor, tobacco and nightshade plants- they all interfere with Calcium absorption.
  • Reduce your salt intake – high salt levels accelerate bone loss and decrease bone density.
  • STAND UP STRAIGHT! Your mother was absolutely right - good posture is very important in keeping your spine strong and aligned! Join a yoga or pilates or dance class - these are exactly what you need to improve your posture and build strong bones and a strong core!

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