The Big-3 – Water, Oxygen and Calcium

There has been a rampant worsening of the calcium in our foods, at the same time that more medical research and anecdotal reports claim that of calcium is far more important than ever believed.

In human bodies, calcium is required by weight and volume more than any other mineral. It plays a significant role from the contractility of the heart muscle, to bone density to various and myriad electro-magnetic patterning and structure within the body. As a person ages, calcium loss accelerates – for instance, women over the age of menopause can easily loose 15% of their bone mass peryear and 80% of that is calcium!

Calcium affects the ratios of all other minerals in the cell’s molecules. It has the ability to bind to several different elements at once, and thus bind and bunch up long-chain proteins – an ability critical to allowing mineral ions into the cell. Thus calcium brings the most nutrient into the cell.

Ever wonder why your skin and tissues may look pale or other discolorations show up when you are not well? Due to its regulatory effect on other mineral proportions, the color, density and functioning of cells are affected by imbalanced in calcium.

It can bond more efficiently with water and proteins at the same time than any other major minerals. It is the most flexible mineral in biological systems. Calcium is an electrically charged mineral particle that can move faster through the system than magnesium, thus it is more mobile.