As soon as I had my epiphany about concrete, I rushed home to look at a few studies analyzing what researchers found in the arteries of dead people
who’d been told by their doctors their heart health was a major concern.
If my suspicions were correct, their arteries would not have a build-up of cholesterol like the medical establishment claims.
They’d be stiffened by an overload of calcium…
If this was true, then I would now know why people's bones weren’t getting any stronger…
And I’d know why there was always an uptick in the number of patients coming to see me with major heart concerns.
As I poured over study after study the evidence made what I’m about to tell you as clear as day:
Extra calcium wasn’t going to people’s bones to make them stronger; it was stiffening their arteries!
And I found studies to prove it.
A study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology confirmed this when they studied healthy men between the ages of 40 and 50 and determined the more calcium in their arteries, the higher their risk of developing heart-related issues.
And other studies directly linked calcium supplements to heart concerns.
A 2010 study by the world-renowned British Medical Journal followed 8,151 people who took calcium supplements for 3.5 years.
At the end of the study they concluded those people who took calcium supplements alone were more likely to develop serious concerns over the health of their heart.
To top it off, a year later they published another, larger study.
After following 36,282 women who took calcium supplements for 7 years, they discovered the same link.
Calcium supplementation greatly increased a person’s risk of developing other problematic heart issues.
Now that I knew this, it was time to figure out why calcium supplements kept ending up in arteries and not in bones and teeth.