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Roughly 150 diseases* are traced to a calcium deficiency. Generally we think of calcium for strong bones and teeth. But did you know that Calcium regulates roughly 2,000 metabolic functions in the human body?  Coral calcium is the best method of providing your body with the calcium it needs. 

Calcium makes up roughly 35% of the body's mineral make-up. Thus Calcium is called the "King of Minerals" Calcium is stored in one's bones until the body needs calcium at which time calcium is retrieved from the bone (the bank). But because of the various stress factors on the human body--especially with age--it often takes more calcium from the bank than it returns, hence a calcium deficiency that leads to osteoporosis and many other diseases.

How does calcium get into the bank in the first place? From the foods we eat the digestive system delivers calcium to the blood stream. When the ionic calcium circulating in the blood stream exceeds a certain concentration, excess calcium is deposited in the bone (the bank). During this time, the source of the Calcium being metabolized by the body is from the digestive system. However, when digestion is finished, the digestive system is no longer supplying ionic calcium to the blood stream.

As the body's demand for calcium continues, it must obtain it from  the bone tissue (bank), where it's been stored until more food is consumed.

It's a beautiful balance and a work of art that continues forever except for a few stressful factors:

1. Stress: There are stresses in life that activate the adrenal glands. These are the normal everyday aggravations. However, for some individuals they learn a pattern of over reacting (make mountains out of mole hills). This personality--Type A in origin--is a prime candidate for various forms of arthritis. Their over reactive personalities overwork the adrenals requiring exceptional supplies of Calcium which literally sucks the ionic calcium out of the bone far faster than it can be replenished. Maybe you've seen this person. He/she is going mentally nuts looking everywhere for the car keys totally unaware of them in his/her hands. If you are an over reactive personality, then you definitely want to incorporate stress management techniques into your life. Click here.

2. Nutrient Stress: There are nutritional stresses that have diminished the quantities of minerals in our nations food supply. Yes, the spinach we eat today has only perhaps 30% of the mineral value it had 30 years ago. This is because the fertilizers used to grow the foods do not replenish the minerals that the foods take from the soil. Instead they are heavily phosphorous based which does little for human metabolism. End result is a calcium deficiency.

3. Nutritional Stress: There are nutritional stress factors in the foods we eat or drink. Forty years ago, root beer was a very tasty fermented drink--a special treat for special occasions. Then the soft drink business learned the quick and dirty way of carbonating water and adding fructose (sugar), to somewhat mimic the taste of the old time drinks. Of course if you had one of those old time drinks, and then drank a cola of today, you'd feel sickened from the sugar and false fermentation, but none the less, today's grocery stores are proliferated with isles of this stuff. The problem is that the carbonation increases the acidity level. After all, the soft drink is carbonic acid, H2CO2. With increased acidity levels, the body requires more calcium to neutralize--it takes 32 glasses of alkaline water at a pH of 9 to neutralize just one 12 oz soda. 
Subject a young child to soda abuse during the years of initial bone growth and you now have a candidate later in life for a multitude of diseases.

4. Inadequate Supply of Effective Calcium: Most calcium supplements that we take to offset this travesty are of no more value than licking chalk from the chalk board. And as distasteful as that sounds, that's how useful this Calcium Carbonate is to your body. Why? Calcium is the one mineral that's easy to make into calcium carbonate. However, calcium carbonate is a very non reactive compound. It can't be converted into ionic calcium very easily. And it's almost impossible to chemically make, (for a reasonable price), or find an ionic version of Calcium to add to a multiple vitamin or a liquid drink. Years ago, colloidal minerals were introduced to the market. Even those were generally highly deficient in bio available minerals. Click here to learn more. Thus the calcium supplements that are taken to offset the loss of calcium from one's bones for the most part simply pass through the body without being metabolized or used. It's like swallowing marbles--straight through. But then, sometimes it doesn't pass straight through. Sometimes because of other biochemical anomalies, the calcium deposits and creates bone spurs, kidney stones, and so on. This is an irony, i.e. it appears that one has too much calcium and should reduce calcium intake. This is partially true--one should reduce certain types of calcium intake such as calcium carbonate and other non bioavailable forms. Thus, even though the individual has a calcium overload, he/she also has a calcium deficiency--deficiency in the right type of calcium.   

One's Own Food Preference: Some foods are acidic and some are alkaline. For optimum results, one's eating habits should be balanced, i.e., your natural preference of foods should contain a balance of acidic and alkaline foods. However, some individuals simply acquire a natural preference for higher levels of acidic foods thus stressing their nutritional stress and inadvertently creating a healthy environment for  disease. Click here for a list of acidic and alkaline foods.

*osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, Alzheimer's just to name a few .

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The solution is Coral Calcium Supplements. The Coral Calcium Supplement has bio available calcium to eliminate calcium deficiency. Because ionic calcium is an antioxidant, it is an anti aging agent.  

The solution--Coral Calcium--Okinawa Sango Coral Calcium 

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Alka-LineTM Coral Calcium packaged as Xooma shown above-- a one month supply of 30 1 gram bags. Easy to use. Just drop a bag into a quart of water, shake, wait 15 minutes and drink.  $40.00 .

Save lots of money--see below!

Save even More--Join the auto ship program and save up to $12-13 per month depending on which option you choose. 

Click here to join as a distributor--don't worry you don't have to sell anything--it just saves you about $12 or $13 per month and you only have to give them your social security number for 1099 purposes to qualify. Of course, if indeed you love the product as I do and many others, you may want to share it with others and by doing so, you will qualify for commissions.  You can earn $4,000+ per month will only two customers. Call me, Richard, at 732-671-1085 to see what "the catch" is and to start your own distributorship. Help others become and stay healthy. 

Or click here to join as a preferred customer and you'll save on the shipping and order charge each month. 

 Xooma is the new Sango Coral Calcium being marketed by HTN (the same company) more so for its hydration qualities and is the exact same product (with silver) for a lot less money  on an auto ship preferred customer basis. And it provides you with all the same healthful benefits as are listed on this page for Sango Coral. 

So, yes, you can order from above and try it for a month or so, or go to Xooma and save BIG


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