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... beware of excessive calcium consumption- contrary to ezorbs hype,large amounts of calcium does not build strong bones it in fact weakens bones by accelerating bone turnover which exhausts bones sooner now you can increase BMD temporarily with excess calcium because it increases production of osteoblasts & osteoclasts if excessive calcium is absorbed much calcium is deported... (0 replies)
... n at the same time as calcium. jacal5 also cited a book called "The Bone Density Diet." This is all very confusing. One web site says magnesium is needed to make calcium more bioavailable. ... (2 replies)
... I read many years ago that excessive calcium intake actually increases bone turn over but that was on an alternative medicine website not from any mainstream doctors.. ... (17 replies)

... It might be well worth considering the advice of the poster who suggested you get your Vit. D levels checked. Many doctors do it routinely when dealing with Osteoporosis. Mine was normal. Vitamin D is fat soluble and can be the most toxic vitamin when taken in excess. In high dosages it can actually cause osteoporosis. My understanding is that the maintenance level is 400... (11 replies)
... Thanks for posting the symptoms of excessive calcium. ... (11 replies)
... excessive calcium intake can affect magnesium absorption. ... (44 replies)
... excessive calcium intake can affect magnesium absorption. ... (44 replies)
... excessive calcium is dangerous as bone is made up of more than just calcium... ... (64 replies)
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Actonel
Mar 29, 2005
... I'm with you, Peregrine. If there's anything out there on the subject, it's not coming up on my search engine either, and I used "magnesium can block calcium absorption" as my search string. I got nothing. ... (37 replies)
... dairy have the lowest rates of osteoporosis, so it confirms to me that excessive calcium accelerates bone turnover and since the amount of times you can do that is fixed .. excess calcium actually ages bones faster. ... (64 replies)
... Thanks for your concern!! No, I don't have low or high D, just the calcium prob, but since bone pain is related to hyperparathyroid, and my PTH is normal the Drs won't consider this option as a dx. ... (17 replies)
... and excessive amounts of D can also be detrimental. ... (11 replies)
... bones are not getting the calcium it needs. ... (6 replies)
... excessive calcium intake can affect magnesium absorption. ... (44 replies)
... I have no experience with evista , cant handle Hrt, and I certainly cant recommend ezorb , I do know that vit D is important , as is some calcium but not too much as bone is made up of a lot more than just calcium , magnesium is also necessary , along with excercise.. ... (64 replies)
... as any other good calcium supplement I have used. ... (17 replies)
... at least one of a class of drugs called bisphosphonates. Most were cancer patients who had received the intravenous bisphosphonates Zometa or Aredia or both for excessive calcium in their blood or bone tumors. ... (2 replies)
... Interested in knowing if anybody has tried EZorb and what were the results. It seems kind of pricey for a calcium supplement, but if does what they claim then might be worth a try. Also, how many milligrams are in a single dose? ... (17 replies)
... particularly on the upper arms, legs and face. A lot of the women in my family have it. The bumps in KP seem to arise from the excessive accumulation of keratin at the opening of individual hair follicles which causes plugging of the hair follicle and raised bumps. ... (9 replies)




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