Taking calcium supplements -- even at low doses -- linked to brain lesions in the first study of its kind.    Read More

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Ureka - it's about time someone uncovered that con.  Never have taken calcium, never will take calcium in supplement form.

The quack gave me calcium tablets when I was pregnant with my first child and I didn't like them so chucked them in favour of bags of green onion crisps. Too much calcium in the blood causes arthritis I read somewhere.

not to mention the damage it does to the pineal gland

Excellent article thanks Rose!

With regard to excess calcium, one of the best books I've ever read goes into some detail on this subject. The guy who was the consultant for my HTMA analyses ( Gary Moller ) strongly recommended it to me so I have my own copy.

It's " THE CALCIUM LIE 2 - What Your Doctor Still Doesn't Know " by Robert Thompson M.D. and Kathleen Barnes.

My mother unwittingly fed calcium tablets to my three brothers, sister and me as children, believing the mantra ( myth ) by health " authorities " that we need plenty of calcium to build strong bones." I've not taken calcium as a supplement since then.


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