Bone spurs and calcium deposits
42% of us will have them at some point. What are they? Why do they happen?
What can we do? The following are answers to commonly asked questions.
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What are bone spurs and
Bone Spurs are abnormal bony outgrowths, extending from
the surface of the bone. Calcium deposits are unabsorbed amounts of calcium
deposited in soft tissues around the body. (Back)
What causes bone spurs
and calcium deposits?
Bone spurs are usually an increase in the bone mass at
the site of an irritative lesion in response to overuse, trauma, or pressure.
Experts cite trauma, such as sports injuries and car accidents, as triggers
for the calcium build up. Likely true, but identifying the trigger is not the
answer, because calcium deposits can occur almost anywhere in the body.
Some doctors consider calcium deposits a normal part of
aging – after all 42% of us will suffer pain from osteophytes (bone spurs)
at some point in our life. But, then, more than half of us won’t... so,
while true, it is still not an explanation. (Back)
What really causes
bone spurs and calcium deposits?
Researchers located the root cause. They found that calcium deposits are most
common in women aged 35 to 65 – the group most prone to osteoporosis.
Knowing that osteoporosis is primarily caused by calcium and mineral deficiency,
they realized that two conditions share one cause.
Calcium and minerals are needed for every vital function
of your body, from the pumping of your heart to cell division to DNA replication.
If you’re not ingesting enough calcium to fuel these functions, your body
robs your bones! This survival mechanism is the acknowledged root of osteoporosis,
and now we know it causes bone spurs, too. (Back)
The pain of bone spurs
is your body’s cry for help!
A painful bone spur or calcium deposit limits your movement. Your limited movement
means your bones need less calcium and minerals, so your body feels free to
rob more calcium from your bones for your vital functions. In other words, the
calcium is needed less for your bones than for your heart to continue beating,
your cells to live, etc.
Bone spurs are your body's cry for calcium and minerals. Ignore it –
and you may become a prime candidate for osteoporosis, heart disease, cancer,
arthritis, and more than 160 other degenerative diseases related to mineral
We describe the benefits of coral in fighting other degenerative diseases here.
How can you get enough
Calcium and Minerals?
Whole foods are your best source of calcium and minerals
because a range of minerals is found together. Your body uses what it needs,
and readily expels the rest. If available, organic vegetables have higher mineral
content than those grown with chemical fertilizers and pesticides. (Back)
We have compiled a list
of high calcium foods for your information: Food Sources of Calcium
Standard calcium supplements
are not the answer.
It takes a careful and loyal diet to get the calcium you need from food. Since
it’s even more difficult to get the other essential minerals, you probably
need to supplement.
Regular calcium supplements, such as calcium carbonate and calcium citrate,
are not the best choice. They lack the necessary mineral balance. Because other
potentiating minerals are absent, people taking calcium supplements often experience
no effect on bone spurs (and other degenerative disease).
Why is this so? In a nutshell, every one of the essential minerals depends
on others to activate it. Some minerals interfere with others, some accelerate
others’ processes. Very few function alone. The mineral wheel demonstrates
A complete balance is essential to your health. When you
supplement with large amounts of one or two minerals, it throws the delicate
mineral balance off. It was the Japanese who discovered that ground up fossilized
coral provides the best balance of calcium and minerals
– reputedly, one reason for the islanders’ well-documented longevity.
How does coral calcium help you?
Coral has all the minerals found in your body – in
a balance similar to that found in our body cells. Equally important, coral
calcium and minerals are easily absorbed because they are in an ionic state
(positively charged, so they are attracted to the negative charged lining of
your intestine for maximum absorption). They are also 1000 times smaller than
colloidal or chelated forms. Again, making for quick, easy absorption.
Coral is a whole food. Coral polyps, the living coral, digest sea water and
render calcium (and 73 other Minerals) in a unique, highly bio-available organic
form. How available? Put a little coral powder on your tongue – it will
dissolve in a second, delivering calcium and 73 minerals straight into your
Proof that could shock your doc! Live blood analysis can
provide the most dramatic proof of the speed with which coral enters your blood
stream. If you are interested in seeing for yourself, consider live blood analysis
just before taking coral calcium for the first time... then repeat the analysis
15 minutes later. In that short span, red blood cells have changed from limp
and inefficient to turgid, oxygenated and vital. A true before-and-after test.
It’s not too soon and
it’s never too late...
Even if you have suffered for years from bone spurs, heel spurs or calcium
deposits, coral is an answer to redressing your mineral balance now. And, by
supplementing your diet with coral calcium, you’ve addressed the cause
of your bone spurs – not just treated the effect, as surgery or cortisone
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