When scientists set out to find out whether calcium supplements could help reduce the chances of a person developing colon polyps, they were very surprised when they discovered the opposite effect.
The Medical Establishment takes a “silver bullet” approach to health, isolating a particular biological process and “aiming” at it with a synthetic chemical.
<strong><h5><p>The bulk of the evidence does not support guidelines that recommend a minimum calcium intake, including those from the Institute of Medicine, according to the authors of two new systematic reviews and meta-analyses.</strong><h5><p/>
Ten years ago, we learned that women with low levels of vitamin D and calcium in their blood were at an extremely high risk for developing breast cancer.
“Wisdom is as unattainable to a fool as corals; he openeth not his mouth in the gate.” (Proverbs 24:7)