Facts About Calcium


- is an essential ingredient for all growth.

- is the main component of the bones in the human body, and it is stored in the trabeculae part of the bone, up to 98% of it.

- is also main component of the teeth.

- the reminder is in the circulation around the tissues in the body fluids to facilitate blood clotting, maintaining easy passage through cell wall and tissue wall.

- also keeps the enzymes to work properly.

- shortage results in lack of sleep, and getting tired easily.

- can also drain from the bones in young people, thus the pseudo-rheumatism.

- amount entering blood is controlled by parathyroid gland; note if this gland is damaged then levels of calcium in the blood may decrease.

- intake can be lessen by excessive consumption of the fats and its accumulation.

- shortage in the body, then avoid from your diet the following: chocolate, cocoa, foods containing oxalic acid such spinach and rhubarb.

- can be found in almonds, hazelnuts, beans, soy beans, kale, cabbage, cauliflower, carrots, lettuce, onions, turnip-tops, watercress, apricots, figs, gooseberries, grapes, lemons, lime, oranges, bran, buttermilk, cheese, milk, sour milk, yogurt, maple sugar, herring, sardines.

- can also be found in herbs: arrowroot, carrageen moss, chamomile, chives, cleavers, colts foot, dandelion leaves and root, flax seed, horsetail grass, nettle,

- in herb plants is in higher levels in the green outer leaf.

- is destroyed by use of artificial fertilizers.

- lack, then you will not be able to absorb Vitamin C.

- content is higher in the goat milk than the cow milk.

- in the milk is destroyed by the pasteurisation process.

- combines with starch to form solids which are not absorbed in the bloodstream and lymph, therefore avoid eating calcium rich foods with carbohydrates, especially with carbohydrates that are more starchy.

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