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Re: Bone spur in neck Help
 
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Re: Bone spur in neck Help


well, you see from my post, it is not a calcium deficiency but a deficiency in the right kind of calcium and an abundance of the wrong kind, plus the inability to utilize the calcium that is ingested to any benefit. no supplement can correct this. oh, you may be able to mitigate symptoms, maybe even get rid of the spurs, but this doaes not address what comes next due to the true cause - the diet. osteoporosis, kidney failure, diabetes, gallstones, and eventually autoimmune disease and cancer is the road this person is on. if all they think about is today when they have been given such a light warning, then tomorrow will surely come anyway.

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