This is the type of thing I was writing about. I filter information through my paradigms and this one raises a red flag.
Dr. Fujita found that heating elemental calcium from oyster shell to a very high temperature created a new compound called AACa, a combination of calcium hydroxide and calcium oxide.
First of all, this looks like a man made mineral most likely not found naturally or most likely not found in nature in high concentrations. What did Jack Lelaine say? If man made it, don't eat it.
These compounds are vastly easier for the body to absorb. The heating process also burns off any heavy metal contamination, such as lead or mercury, which might be present in the oyster shell.
How does heating oyster shells burn off heavy metal contamination?
There are other sources of calcium such as calcium citrate and it is extracted from citrus.
I have an idea. How about reseaching the new trend in making substances more bioavailable? I believe it is called effervescent supplementation. I need to read up about it myself.
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