Diary of Unknown Symptoms

Mystery of the Internal Vibration

Entry for January 07, 2007


The other day I saw a multivitamin and I always like to look at the contents and dosages. This “Complete” multivitamin had 500 mg of calcium but no magnesium. That’s just crazy! All vitamins and minerals are NOT created equal.

THE CALCIUM PROBLEM

Excess calcium is a vastly widespread problem, as excess calcium DEPLETES magnesium from the body, and as a result brings about all of the symptoms of magnesium deficiency. At this point, it will be unimportant how much magnesium you consumed, but how much is left in your body. If you feel your body is out of balance and isn’t functioning right (with some symptoms manifesting), I would suspect excess calcium especially if you have been supplementing it.

Remember. Calcium and magnesium need to be in the correct proportions for your own needs. otherwise the calcium turns from a nutrient into a pollutant causing heart disease. arthritis. hardening of the arteries, senility, osteoporosis and calcification of organs and tissues that eventually completely degenerate.

For this very reason excess calcium can become a real problem, while excess magnesium, on the other hand, is not of any concern. Unlike calcium, magnesium does not build up in the body, as excess is eliminated.

Take the following example: What country has the highest rate of pasteurized milk consumption? That’s right: America. Now, what country has the highest rate of consuming calcium supplements? Correct again: America. So, America must have the lowest occurrence of osteoporosis (calcium loss & bone fragility) of all countries? Right?.. Wrong! We have the highest rate! Why? Excess calcium combined with low magnesium. A lethal combination indeed.

Taking more calcium will not fix a calcium deficiency, which is quite evident from the statistics. It is magnesium that will handle the calcium deficiency as well as the magnesium deficiency itself (it will dissolve any excess calcium from the body, while helping any needed calcium to assimilate).

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January 7, 2007 - Posted by | Health | , ,

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