The Calcium Myth and How to Make the Best Organic Calcium Supplement

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The Calcium Myth and How to Make the Best Organic Calcium Supplement

For years we have been brainwashed with the idea that calcium is the ultimate nutrient for strong bones. It has all been a myth; not only does calcium consumption not build bones but actually weakens them.  As a matter of fact,  countries  like the US and Canada have the highest rates of osteoporosis (even though they are number one in calcium consumption).  This does not mean that calcium is not important but it means we’ve been consuming  the wrong type of calcium and the wrong way.  Improper calcium consumption leads to many degenerative diseases.  It doesn’t matter how much calcium supplementation you take daily, unless you take magnesium with calcium, your body can not properly absorb and utilize the calcium. So, magnesium is actually the key to the body’s proper absorption and use of calcium.

You’ve probably never heard this, but calcium is regulated and controlled by magnesium. As a matter of fact, our body requires over 18 different nutrients to make strong bones with magnesium being the most important.  Magnesium is required for calcium to maintain its metabolic functions and optimal bone cell activity. Unfortunately, most calcium supplementation you buy in stores is not only useless but also toxic. Free range organic eggshells contain 27 essential microelements.   The composition of an eggshell is very similar to that of our bones and teeth.  (Read more How Eggshells Can Naturally Heal Your Cavities and More) One whole medium sized eggshell contains about 750 – 800 mgs of  calcium. It will also provide you with other microelements such as magnesium,  sulfur, silicon, zinc, boron, copper, iron, etc.  All you need is organic free range eggs and freshly squeezed lemon juice. The acid in the lemon juice will dissolve the egg shell.
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How to Make the Best Organic Calcium Supplement

  • Place one whole, clean, uncooked egg into a clean, wide-mouth jar and cover it with freshly squeezed lemon juice.
  • Cover the jar loosely and place it in the refrigerator. A few times a day, gently agitate the jar (the mixture will bubble). As the Calcium from the shells is leached by the lemon juice, bubbles will appear around the egg.
  • After 48 hours, remove the egg.  Make sure not to break the egg membranes.
  • Cover the mixture with a tight lid.  Shake well.
  • Take 1/2 teaspoon of this mixture daily. I usually put it into my smoothies.


Don’t forget that vitamin D is also vital for calcium (and other nutrients) absorption, so get enough sun exposure or take cod liver oil!

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