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The Newest on Alkaline Minerals
Calcium — Alkaline Mineral
Nutrients in Food
Foods: Spinach, Collard Greens, Basil
RDA: Male 19-70= 1000 mg
Male 70+= 1200 mg
Female 19-50= 1000 mg
Female 50+= 1200 mg
Alcohol, antibiotics, chocolate, diuretics, oxalic acid, refined foods, rhubarb, salt
Calcium regulates the heartbeat and is vital for the nourishment of the heart, arteries, veins and capillaries
Calcium is essential for the involuntary muscular movements of the digestive system
Protects against constipation
Obtaining moderate sunlight on a regular basis is vital for healthy glands and for calcium metabolism
Muscles need calcium to contract and relax
Cramps are often due to calcium deficiency
Calcium combined with magnesium is required for the transmission of nerve impulses to muscles
Calcium is essential for bone repair
Calcium is especially important for growing children, for women during pregnancy and lactation, and for the elderly
Calcium is the dominant mineral for the growth system
Calcium increases the body’s general resistance to infections
Calcium obtained from refined foods such as white bread can cause deposits in the joint system which an eventually lead to conditions such as arthritis
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Yours in Health,
Silke Heine, Owner of Simplify Holistic Nutrition
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