- Calcification & Disease: Treatments and Prevention by 2yourhealth
- New MAYO CLINIC study shows CNPs trigger Atherosclerosis by 2yourhealth 16 y
- calcification by #27957 16 y
- Re: calcification by 2yourhealth 16 y
"Once again thanks for the information. My question to you is shouldn't we all be concerned with calcification and nanobacteria???? It seems many diseases are caused from this."
Nanobacteria, recently renamed "calcifying nanoparticles (CNPs)" are a cause of calcification, in my opinion. Nanobac (www.nanobac.com) has diagnostics that check for CNPs. There is a therapy offered by a compounding pharmacist (http://www.westchasepharmacy.com/caldetox.html) to address CNPs. I beleive the therapy is by Rx only. There are knock off protocols on the market that are sold OTC...the link above is the original. The data linking CNPs to disease is growing and there seem to be many anecdotal positive results regarding the alleviation of symptoms following treatment of the CNPs. A search on the term "nanobacteria" at pubmed.com returns 81 results:
"My question to you is what should we do to make sure the calcium is not depositing in the wrong place in the body?? I am dealing with very painful heelspurs and am taking coral calcium and getting some relief. Now I am concerned that maybe this form of calcium is depositing elsewhere in my body and possibly causing me other problems. Please advise and thanks again."
There is no established link between dietary consumption of calcium and the progression of calcification. The deposition of calcium phosphate or calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate (most likely the composition of your spurs) is more likely due to mineral imbalance, excess phosphorus, foreign pathogens such as CNPs or mycobacterium, and/or poorly functioning "calcium carrying" proteins such as matrix GLA.
Coral calcium is calcium carbonate. I am
From the research, to help clear calcium crytals deposits, one should take calcium, magnesium, potassium, and other trace minerals. Chelating agents such as EDTA, Citrates, Vitamin C, etc. are proving to be excellent in treating circulatory calcifications (with or without positive CNP testing) as well.
I think the best approach is multifaceted. There are a number of informative websites including:
There is seldom a magic bullet cure for any condition...unless the bullet addresses a symptom (a problem with modern medicine, imho..treat the symptom, not that patient).
A combination of minerals (macro and micro) coupled with a cleanse, and supplementation of ingredients that help your body's calcium metabolizing proteins, such as K2 and Cholecaciferol, is the best approach to help alleviate calcification (and early on to reduce the chance for calcifcation later on in life). Once calcification begins, the treatments should be ongoing and, if possible, be as gentle as possible. It takes years to form calcium crystal deposits...it will take some time to clear them. Stopping the calcification process is the primary goal.
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