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Benefits Of Oyster Shell Calcium
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Can omega 3 fish oil supplement from anchovy, mackerel,menhaden,sardine and tuna reduce schizophrenia?
Does fish oil that is MEG-3, purified to remove mercury and USP verified, contain purines? The fish oil is made from anchovies, sardines, and mackerel
Protein sources: Fish best - not fried; poultry breast is excellent; tofu is excellent but not quite as complete as animal sources; egg white also excellent. Fish and egg whites are best ...Read more
I heard oysters are a good source of iron. Are the mg's of iron in oysters well-absorbed into our bodies, like the iron from red meat is?
Does it make sense to use shell of chicken, duck, quail egg we eat for calcium supplement? What about fish bones? What kind has the least lead ?
Perhaps but...: One can prepare eggshells in a way that can be used as a calcium supplement- see http://mamanatural.Com/how-to-make-eggshell-calcium/ however, the type of calcium in eggshells, calcium carbonate, is relatively poorly absorbed. Also, studies show taking calcium supplements doubles risk of heart attacks! see http://bit.Ly/1ifyjcy however, balancing with magnesium ; vit k makes it safer.See comment:. ...Read more
Is roasted & salted pumpkin seeds a healthy snack?Will the roasting process(unsure but dry roasted maybe) reduce the nutritional benefit of the seeds?
LOTS: Vit d helps enhance calcium absorption and both are needed for many biochemical reactions in the body including bone strength/health and heart function. Vit d has been found to prevent 16 forms of cancer, helps the immune system, prevents the flu, helps with heart health and gut health. ...Read more
Calcium intake from food is generally good (i.E. 3 cups of milk or yogurt). Took 2 Tums (calcium carbonate) for indigestion. What's the effect of excess calcium on fetus?
Shark meat: I would be concerned that the mercury content would out weigh health benefits. ...Read more
What are the natural sources of obtaining calcium in large amounts, if one can't eat dairy and fish?
Calcium: Dairy is a good source do calcium, and even if you can't drink milk, then you can try some yogurt. It is present in some vegetables, but you would need to eat lots. Better to take a calcium supplement that contains vitamin d to improve absorption. Take it three times a day with meals for best benefit. ...Read more
Is steamed white rice fattening? Can it replace wheat bread in a meal? What are good edible sources of calcium besides milk and suppliments?
Yes: White rice has a high glycemic index, which means it causes a rapid rise in your blood sugar. Part of the Insulin response to that rapid increase in blood sugar makes you fat. A tiny amount won't hurt, but it makes it difficult to lose weight. Replace the bread with vegetables. Not rice. Starch is not a required part of a meal. You can get calcium from yogurt, cheese, sardines, greens. ...Read more
Is safe to take in combination: Zinc, Calcium complex, Vitamin C, Flax seed oil and Whey protein?
Those supplements: in combination are not a problem. Perhaps a more important question would be why do you take them all? If you have health concerns please see your doc or a nutritional consultant. Split vitamin C up into a.m. and p.m. doses because it only lasts about 12 hours in body. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Can calcium that comes from plant sources have any adverse reactions like clogging arteries? I wanna take RAW CALCIUM from garden of life product
No: it is a wise idea for most women to supplement calcium and vitamin D. Exercise is very important for bone preservation also. Although it is important to supplement your calcium, the particular calcium supplement that you were asking about appears to be very expensive compared to others with no obvious proven benefit over them though. Calcium supplements do not clog your arteries. Good luck. ...Read more
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