Bone Health – Calcium May Not Be Enough! (Part 1 of 2)

[Addendum to “How To Grow New Healthy Bones!”]

This 2-Part article is an addendum to its preceding article, “How To Grow New Healthy Bones! [Bone Resorption Urine Test – Safe, Effective & Radiation-Free!]” published in The Villager, 05/19/22, Pages 30 & 32. 

Because Calcium imbalances (deficiency or excessive) cause many health conditions, from nose bleeds, muscle cramps, and ongoing menstrual bleeding/spotting to bone diseases, like osteoporosis, to name a few, many people take Calcium supplements today.  

However, for decades, the Clinical Nutrition Analysis of Laboratory Reports, testing new client biochemistry for those who regularly consume Calcium supplements, has revealed that many still have a Calcium imbalance (deficiency or excess) and/or Calcium-related health challenges, due to one or more of the following seven (7) biochemical factors. 

LIST OF ALL SEVEN FACTORS:  1) Taking too much or too little Calcium, 2) Taking the wrong type of Calcium for their biochemistry (there are 250,000 types of Calcium), 3) Taking the wrong type of Calcium when the diet is either too acid or alkaline, 4) Inability to metabolize Calcium, 5) Imbalances in other vitamins/minerals that affect Calcium levels, 6) Parathyroid dysfunction, and/or 7) Mental, Emotional and/or Physical Stress, to name the primary biochemical factors.  So, let’s take a closer look as to why…

#1 to #2 – Taking too much, too little, and/or the wrong type of Calcium results from guessing, instead of testing your biochemistry, to identify the dosage, frequency, and type of Calcium your body requires.   

And considering 250,000 types of Calcium, there are also organic and inorganic Calcium, as well as acid and alkaline Calcium.   An example of one of the types I have seen in Calcium supplements is “calcium carbonate.”  It is an inorganic calcium salt that produces stones and causes stomach pain; vomiting; constipation; dry mouth; increased urination; loss of appetite, and more.  

#3 – Calcium and pH imbalances also occur from consuming an acid Calcium when your diet is already too acidic or alkaline Calcium when the diet is too alkaline, thus making your body pH even more acidic or alkaline, respectively.   

SYMPTOMS OF OVER-ACIDITY AND OVER-ALKALINITY BODY pH – To understand health challenges caused by over-acidity, refer to “What is Not Generally Know About Acid Reflux” in The Villager 04/21/22 (Part 1) & 04/28/22 (Part 2).  Symptoms of a high alkaline pH body include stiff joints, bowel toxicity, circulatory conditions, muscle cramps, diarrhea, and lowered resistance to diseases from micro-organisms, to name a few.  

In Part 2 of this 2-Part article, we will take a closer look at Factors #4 to #7.

*Please note that when I use the term “optimal” in any of my articles, such as optimal health, optimal levels of nutrients, and/or optimal Laboratory Report test values or reference ranges, I am referring to Homeostasis.  Ex:  when your Laboratory Test values (or results) are within the range for Homeostasis, you are truly healthy (i.e., have optimal health).  

Homeostasis is identified by a Clinical Nutrition Analysis of your Lab Reports, because the reference ranges on the Lab Report itself, refer to disease and life-threatening states, not health.  

This is why people can be suffering from symptoms even when all their medical tests are “normal,” i.e., showing, for example, their test values are within the reference ranges on the Laboratory Report itself.   

To evaluate whether you have a calcium imbalance and/or calcium-related health challenges, to grow healthy bones and/or improve any area of the body, please call me at (940) 761-4045.  First Consultation Free! 

Dr. Smith is the owner of ADVANCED CLINICAL NUTRITION (Est. 1981) in Wichita Falls, Texas, with clients residing in 37 U.S. states and seven international countries.  Since opening her business, she has continued to hold a successful track record of over 90% in helping her clients improve their health, and she can help you, too, no matter where you live. 

Information for Nutritional and Bioenergetic Education only and not for the diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition or disease.