Calcification: The Aging Factor, How to defuse the calcium bomb
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As we age, calcium deposits tend to accumulate in our soft tissues. Doctors call it "Extra-skeletal calcification." This means that the calcium that is supposed to be deposited in your bones is being lodged in your soft tissues where is does not belong. The condition can manifest itself in many ways: Heart disease, cancer, wrinkled skin, arthritis, kidney stones, osteoporosis, dental problems, bone spurs, senility, cataracts and many other health problems. Fortunately, there are many proven techniques to combat soft-tissue calcification. By making a few simple changes in your diet and lifestyle, you can prevent and reverse what is commonly called the calcium bomb. For more information, please visit the authors website at: www.health-research-center.com
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Mar 12, 2017A waste of my money, bought mine from Amazon ! Better information is found by doing your own research on the internet. Also if you were wanting further information on the original book "The calcium bomb" by Dr. Douglas Mulhall and Katia Hansen, you won't find it here. You will be left sorely disappointed and possibly feeling helpless. This not need be so. Continue to explore on the same path as the doctors who have seen cardiovascular disease reversed with their own eyes. Mark Mayer has used morally questionable yet admittedly clever marketing by including "the Calcium Bomb" metaphor in the subtitle (thereby hitching a ride on the reputation of the above-mentioned bestseller. Although the subtitle states "How to DEFUSE the Calcium Bomb" he repeatedly states (pp. 49 - 50) that studies have shown (no references supplied, a trend of this book) that Magnesium, Vitamin K, reducing Phosphorus etc. PREVENT calcification ( Not "REVERSE" as likely... More > implied in the subtitle "How to DEFUSE the calcium bomb". Although this information may be good advice under the. Are of a qualified health practitioner it is NOT for reversing heart disease. The nanobacteria etiology or prime cause for calcification is simply dismissed with what Mark freely admitted was only a "claim" by certain scientists and this claim supposedly given some sense of authority by Mark calling the nanobacteria etiology for calcification "unsound". He then goes on promoting the other theories. This book comes across as a Public Relations exercise to discredit the idea of nanobacteria as an important contributor and a likely cause of calcification, and if that is the case it failed dismally in my opinion as it presented "NIL" credible evidence to support its position. On the other hand cardiologists who have used the original treatment for nanobacteria (chelation with tetracycline) have in their words seen positive results, not attainable previously with chelation itself. Certain doctors and cardiologists who have had success in REVERSING cardiovascular disease, apparently evidenced by reduced calcium scores have risked their licenses to practice medicine by going on the public forum and inform the lay population about these new (20 years plus now) developments. They must surely believe in it because they were not selling it. Disappointing overall, expensive, claims not referenced.< Less
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- by Mark Mayer (Standard Copyright License)
- June 14, 2008
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 0.41 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 6 wide x 9 tall
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