Calcium Does Not Make Strong Bones

Your bones have a cubby hole architecture. Bones are durable and resistant to breakage when the structural integrity of the cubby holes is intact. When the walls deteriorate, your bones become fragile and brittle. Calcium has very little to do with this process. Learn more in this video.

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One Response to “Calcium Does Not Make Strong Bones”

  1. admin says:

    The Perfect Formula Diet is based on over 1,000 scientific studies. Surely cavemen did not eat liquid calcium or any other supplements. They also did not eat much meat and would have had zero dairy of any kind. That is a total myth. Sorry you are confused. There is so much misinformation. Humans evolved eating whole plant foods. If you check through all my blogs, the ideal whole foods diet is outlined.