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This Medicardium question about calcium deposits and calcium supplements in relation to this unique Magnesium Di-Potassium EDTA formula is posed by one of my thoughtful readers.
It is a perfect opportunity to emphasize the fact that you as an individual may have very different nutritional needs than the next person and there is no 'one size fits all' protocol. It is a common misconception that Calcium supplementation is suitable for everyone.
A Reader Asks:
Firstly, please excuse any ignorance on my part. Am interested in your Medicardium chelation suppository but wondered whats the point of taking calcium supplements daily in the form of calcium citrate with magnesium phosphate and other trace elements if the calcium is most likely deposited in the wrong places like the tissues etc? Isn't calcium primarily for the heart and then the teeth and bones? Are you saying that this chelation product rearranges the calcium so that its deposited in these correct places in that order?
Thanks for your question.
First, it is not ignorance to ask a question - it is ignorant not to ;-)
As far as taking calcium supplements, the truth is that not everyone should take them. You might find that rather astounding - but everyone is an individual with differing nutritional needs. This has become very evident to me through seeing the results of many of my clients' Trace Elements Hair Analysis tests.
Most people tend toward too much calcification - in the wrong places, especially as they get older. Osteoarthritis, gallstones, kidney stones, prostate stones and rigidity due to calcium invading muscle tissue are examples we see all around us.
The Medicardium helps as explained here:
I personally found more suppleness in my muscles from using Medicardium.
Ultimately, it is a good idea to do a Hair Analysis Test and find out (among many other things) whether you as an individual should even be taking calcium!
Then, when you utilize the Medicardium, your protocol will be congruent. (I personally haven't taken ANY calcium for a year and a half and feel better than before).
Hope this answer helps your understanding.
I wish you the very Best of Health!
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