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Calcium Linked to Heart Disease, Prostrate Cancer & Sudden Death

Everyone knows you need calcium for strong bones, right?
Well, what if I told you, you could get stronger bones…AND… lower your risk for a mix of deadly diseases by consuming LESS calcium.
If that sounds crazy, consider this:
For 13 years, researchers from The Nurses’ Health Study (run in large part by Harvard and the largest investigation of its kind in history) followed 122,000 women. Those who had the MOST bone fractures consumed MORE calcium from dairy products.
That’s Right…MORE Calcium Leads To WEAKER Bones!
And it’s not just your bones. Calcium has also been linked to…
1. An 86% jump in heart disease – Following 24,000 Germans for 11 years, scientists found an alarming 86 (eight six!) percent jump in heart disease in those who supplemented with calcium following common recommendations.
2. Nearly doubles fatal prostate cancer – A Harvard study found men who drank two or more glasses of milk a day were almost twice as likely to develop advanced prostate cancer. A follow up study found men with the highest calcium intake – at least 2,000 milligrams a day – had nearly double the risk of developing fatal prostate cancer.
3. Doubled Sudden Death – Half of a group of 1,471 healthy postmenopausal women took daily calcium supplementation and had almost double the number of heart attacks, strokes and sudden death!
There’s more. Increased risk of kidney stones, obesity, brain cell death, the list goes on…

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To your good health,
Kevin

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