Understanding calcium and bone health
Whether or not you have healthy, strong bones is something you may not really know until it's too late.
Osteoporosis is usually called the ‘silent disease’ because bone degeneration happens without symptoms.
Most people won’t know that they have a skeletal condition until eventually their bones become weak to the point where one day a slight strain, bump or fall causes a fracture.
Calcium is a vital nutrient for bone health but most folks have no idea how it's formed in the body or where to get it.
Contrary to what’s pushed in the media, dairy food is not the best source.
CELERY is the #1 plant food you can eat because it contains the "medi-sign" or "signature" pattern of the bones (it looks just like them) for good reason.
Celery contains approximately 21% phytalitic or plant sodium (salt), the same as your bones. Your body needs salt in order to have strong, healthy bones.
Salt ionizes into Calcium in the body when combined with Water and Vitamin D (from Sunlight)!
That’s why the ocean is full of crustaceans and shells that are comprised of pure calcium (created by Salt, Water and Sunshine).
It's also why if you don't eat enough stalky sodium rich foods and salt, you're likely going to wind up with brittle bones, joint and hip problems and a degenerative bone diseases like Osteoporosis.
Get salt like this on your food every day and take a little bag with you whenever you dine out so that you avoid the typical restaurant version which has been infused with aluminium so that it doesn't cake.
So there's the rub.
Remember, that 'bought and paid for' media and the dairy industry has told us for generations that we need milk to get Calcium, which is actually not so because of the way your body creates it.
So stick with plant whole foods, sunlight, salt, water and light exercise and you'll have nothing to worry about.
Oh, and if you do want to know which foods I'd add to the mix it would be these:
- Wholegrain breads and cereals
- Dark Leafy greens
- Organic Tofu.
Go for it!