Karen from Idaho reports her Bone Density test indicates a 7% growth
in her bone density in less than one year when using MagCal-Ionic calcium and magnesium.
The JAMA (Journal of American Medical Association, December 12, 2001) 7% of
women past menopause suffer the effects of Osteoporosis and up to 40% of this
population show a decrease in bone density the precursor to osteoporosis, which
may make one susceptible to bone breakage. 11% of the women reported at least one
fracture after age 45. Osteoporosis or decreasing bone density
is not an overnight phenomenon but occurs gradually over time. The best defense
against osteoporosis is long term supplementation of the proper balance of calcium
and magnesium starting at as young an age as is possible. But don't despair if you
are not on a good program because the graph below shows that at the age of 49 a female
significantly increased her bone density without the aid of any hormone over time.
Bone density growth is a gradual process just as is the onset of osteoporosis.
As a general warning calcium alone may not solve the bone density loss or the
effects of osteoporosis but it must be properly balanced with magnesium because
magnesium is necessary for calcium to be absorbed by the body and without it
calcium deposits may build up causing other health maladies. For a discourse on
magnesium click here. All we ever hear about is take your calcium and many food
products are fortified with calcium but not with magnesium.
95% of the population is deficient in magnesium. A solution to these deficiencies
is the 100% absorbable Liquid Ionic Magnesium. For ordering information on magnesium
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