I'll give you a couple of links explaining some chemistry in milk that is a problem. The first link addresses both milk and wheat. Breads contain a
lot of calcium along with other chemistries that can cause problems but milk does contain some chemistry that is a problem also.
Now in the second link there is a reference by Bruce Friedrich on Calcium www.notmilk.com...
which addresses the myth about
calcium. The absorbtion of calcium requires many things in balance. If things are not balanced calcium can become a problem.
On all of our cells there are receptors that utilize calcium on one side and glutamate on the other. This allows us to take up energy into the cells.
Calcium and glutamates need to be balanced or there is a problem. Now to be absorbed into the bone and utilized the body needs a hormone created
from vitamin D or D3. D3 is better than D2 but still needs proper enzymes to convert it. Some of us have a distorted enzyme or a reduced amount of
this enzyme and the doctors prescribe a medication if we can't convert it right. That medicine is the active form of the hormone that is needed to
complete the cycle. Too much of it and our soft tissue calcifies. Too little and we pull calcium that is already converted out of the bone. This
has been researched and it does seem to be correct. Now the sunlight is needed to convert D3 and winter does not have enough of the sun they say, but
it is the UV light that actually converts it and that UV light still comes through the clouds and illuminates the snow. You notice snow glows don't
There is a simpler way to get this hormone, it is calcitriol and it is found in potatoes and other root veggies.
is the explanation of the drug. Now, here is something that shows the chemical in the nightingshades.
It is a little down on the page and is listed as calcitriol. Now too much potatoes can be a
problem but not enough is a problem also if you can not convert Vitamin D for a variety of reasons including genetics.
Fluoride, the natural kind, is needed to process calcium into the bone. But it needs to be cycled in the diet, not consumed every time you drink some
water or eat something that was cooked in water. It also is best in the organic form, or as calcium fluoride which is naturally in water. Fluoride
consumed all the time becomes a problem. Good sources of natural fluorides are cilantro, if you don't think it tastes like socks, and celery and
parsley and some other veggies. Fluoride in a real good form can be gotten from eating soup prepared from bones, it takes a while to boil but the
right balance of minerals and fluoride is created. Seems we evolved around fire and because we worked so hard and sometimes we had to store foods we
ate all of the meat and learned to cook it well so we did not get sick. But we threw away that knowledge and figured we can take a pill but that does
not work unless someone learns to dry out bone soup and stick it into a pill.
Fluoride if overconsumed can cause you to lose a lot of minerals because it makes you pee. Some natural diuretics are tea, coffee, and celery. Now
adding celery to soup in moderation is good, but too much can lower blood volume just like too much fluoride containing diuretics can do. Along with
the water goes minerals. Too much fluoride makes bones brittle, they contain a fluoride crystal in high concentration that is weak or brittle. It is
good for a coating on the teeth, but not for the inner part of the teeth, the teeth break easier just as bones do.
There isn't a lot of calcium in bones actually, a small percentage of the total weight of the bone.
Some sulfur compounds can help to build cartilage too. What good are strong bones if your joints are screwed up. Thiols in moderation along with
proper amounts of the mineral Molybdenum to process the thiols properly is good for the joints. Also molybdenum helps to strengthen bones and since
it works with sulfur, it actually increases oxygen to the cells. drsircus.com...
avoid sulfur foods because they lack enzymes, I just had to boost up the consumption of consumption of foods containing molybdenum. Real oatmeal
works fine and it also contains Beta Glycans which are good for you. Cheerios also work. I take a multimineral tablet which contains that and also
If you have reduced methylation, you can also have problems with calcium. Eating some COOKED dark green leafy veggies can supply the methyl folate, I
am doing a trial on that supplement now along with a Methyl B12 spray. You do not need the B12, just some nutritional yeast or the right yeast in
your homemade bread because the yeast in red star active dry yeast makes methyl B12. If you just rinse a carrot from your garden, the ground yeast
makes this methyl B12 and it supplies what you need. Cyanocobalamin is not a good choice for those with a compromised methyl genetics. Forty five
percent of people in the US have a lowered methylation cycle. I am hoping to get some hair back again from boosting the methylation cycle. If you do
not know what this cycle is, think hypothyroidism.
The less calcium we have the more efficient we get at utilizing it. Remember that. Calcium neutralizes stomach acid, we need the acid to be able to
take all minerals out of food so we can get a deficiency. Magnesium is also necessary and if you take too much calcium, magnesium and zinc absorption
get suppressed. Zinc is needed for insulin and magnesium is needed to process energy. You need insulin and energy to form bone.
I guess I should stop here, there is much more to add but I may come back to break up the size of the posts.
I will conclude by saying a small supplementation, maybe twenty five percent, is good but over that will probably have negative effects somewhere in
the body. Lots of plants and grains contain calcium, eating too much grain is not good also. You can't get complete nutrition in a pill yet, maybe
in a hundred years they will figure a good way to put bone soup into a pill. Check out my links and ponder on what I say and experiment on yourself
to see how it makes you feel. Remember, too much of a good thing is not good, sometimes the balance goes a different way.