Bone Spurs

Bone spurs and calcification of tissues are usually caused by a combined calcium and magnesium deficiency. 99% of the body’s calcium is in bones and teeth. The other 1% is in the blood and is so critical that if blood calcium level drops, the blood must take the calcium it needs from the bones. If there is not enough magnesium to keep the calcium soluble, then some calcium precipitates out to leave spurs at the sites from which it was taken. [See also “osteoporosis”.]

Bone spurs can be overcome by paying attention to all of the factors involved: (1) Restrict sugar, caffeine, and soft drinks. (2) Exercise regularly. (3) Take supplementary calcium and magnesium. (4) Take at least 2,000 IU of vitamin D daily. (5) Improve digestion by taking a digestive enzyme formula that contains betaine hydrochloride.

Example of osteo support formula:

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