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Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D., is director of the Practitioners Alliance Network and author of the popular free Smart Phone app “Cures A-Z,” and of many books including From Fatigued to Fantastic!, Pain Free 1-2-3, the Beat Sugar Addiction NOW! series, Real Cause, Real Cure, and The Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Solution. Dr. Teitelbaum does frequent media appearances including Good Morning America, CNN, Fox News Channel, The Dr Oz Show and Oprah & Friends. His website: www.EndFatigue.com
Tags: heart attack | calcium | magnesium

Take Calcium Wisely

Jacob Teitelbaum By Friday, 15 February 2019 03:57 PM Current | Bio | Archive

An analysis of data from the massive Women's Health Initiative linked calcium supplements to a 31 percent increased risk of heart attacks. And a study from Swedish researchers shows that only intakes below 750 mg of calcium a day put a person at increased risk for fractures — while intakes above 1,100 mg might increase risk.

In other words, supplementing your diet with high doses of calcium may do you more harm than good!

Your best strategy is to regularly eat calcium-rich foods like leafy greens, fatty fish with bones (such as sardines and salmon), and dairy products.

Keep supplementation of calcium (including antacids) to a minimum — no more than 500 to 600 mg daily.

If you’re taking a calcium supplement, be sure it also contains magnesium and vitamin D.

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Keep supplementation of calcium (including antacids) to a minimum — no more than 500 to 600 mg daily.
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