CORAL CALCIUM Im going to let the words of a Biosynthesist and Member of the New York Academy of Sciences tell you a little about that product
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CORAL CALCIUM Im going to let the words of a Biosynthesist and Member of the New York Academy of Sciences tell you a little about that product

His name is Dr Anthony Escobar and here is what he wrote back in 1996 about Limestone Coral Calcium and Ca lcified Coral I am completely aware of the mineral substance identified as Calcium from Coral Large deposits are found on the north shore of N

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CORAL CALCIUM Im going to let the words of a Biosynthesist and Member of the New York Academy of Sciences tell you a little about that product




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CORAL CALCIUM I'm going to let the words of a Biosynthesist and Member of the New York Academy of Sciences tell you a little about that product. His name is Dr. Anthony Escobar and here is what he wrote back in 1996 about Limestone, Coral Calcium and Ca lcified Coral: "I am completely aware of the mineral substance identified as Calcium from Coral. Large deposits are found on the north shore of New Guinea, Hawaii, Tonga, Samoa, The Great Barrier Reef of Australia, Tahiti, Belize, Japan and Okinawa. Cor al plants are living, marine organisms called pollups, that live and die

like any botanical within teletal limestone deposits that actually form the great reefs of the world. These limestone deposits were formed over millions of years by bone, skeletal re mains of marine life, as well as the residual waste products excreted by live coral organisms and plants such as seaweeds. Dead trees over the centuries will eventually become petrified (petrified wood). Trees contain many nutritives such as vitamins and minerals (calcium included), organic acids, enzymes, bioflavonoids, lukoanthocyanocides, and anthocyanadines as well as many other beneficially active nutrients,

however, when a tree or any plant becomes petrified enzymes are dead and absorption of nutrit ives, especially minerals are diminished substantially. Plants and animal life process and use nutrients from the soil and the sea water in a most efficacious way, and with the help of bioactive enzymes, produce calcium as waste. Tertiary petrification ( Shale) and total petrification (Rock Like) of minerals, cause nutritional value and micro nutrients to be of little value within the human body. Coral Calcium is basically Calcium Carbonate, one of the cheapest and most ineffective forms of Calcium

known to man. It is in the same Calcium category as Oyster Shell Calcium. Coral Calcium contains other minerals which are also ineffectively assimilated. Coral Calcium is primarily petrified bone and waste from sea life. Research has documented that ancient deposits of kelp are richer in bioavailable Calcium than Calcium from Coral beds, including the rich, Dulcetic, Brain, and Parmanic deposits in Australia. Research has shown that Calcium found in Alfalfa, Nettle, Fenugreek, Kelp, Bladderwracks, and Dulse, is much more beneficial for humans than Coral Calcium or man made supplements. People

will realize "some" benefit from Coral calcium, but not to the extent of Calcium Aspartate, Chelated Calcium, Calcium Citrate and the new Calcium Hydroxyapatite. All o f them, however, are poorly assimilated. The maximum assimilation of Calcium comes from the plant equisetum (Horsetail). The Calcium found in formulas containing botanicals such as kelps, bladderwracks, other seaweeds, and alfalfa are many times more eff icient than any dense, filisure coral found in the sea. These types of plants are rich in minerals, enzymes and proteins that assist biochemical, metabolic processes. As far as

the exclusivity of Coral Calcium or Brain Calcium is concerned, it can be pur chased from over a dozen sources that I am aware of. Adelaide, South Australia has four sources alone. There are two sources in Seattle, Washington and two sources in San Diego. There are several sources in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Coral Calcium is easy t o obtain and is inexpensive. Rich and prime sources of Coral Calcium species cannot be harvested due to International laws protecting them.
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Page 2 Coral Calcium I am familiar with the man who was 121 years old. His name was Shigerchiyo Izumi. There is

no record whatsoever that he ever consumed Coral Calcium. He is just the target of a new American product promotion by over anxious promoters and entrepreneurs. This is typical Multi Level propaganda. When Shigerchiyo was interviewed by the Univers ity of Nagasaki, he told the biologists that his diet was primarily seaweeds and fish. He also told the agribiologists that he loved Coca Cola. Okinawa's average longevity is not much more than that of the United States. Okinawas' exceeds the United Sta tes by only 3%. So much for your centenarians! Calcium Carbonate from Japan and Okinawa has been

sold in Europe since 1953, yet the Calcium of choice there is still Chelated Calcium. Multi Level Marketing companies have a compensity for exaggerating the truth and for giving people overly promoted misinformation. Many Multi Level Companies will and do compromise the health of good people for windfall profits. The fact of the matter is that Coral Calcium is the cheapest source of Calcium and the most poo rly assimilated form of which I am aware. As a consultant for hundreds of medical physicians, chiropractors and formulators, I cannot and will not recommend Coral Calcium or any other

Calcium supplement at any time. They are a poor source of bioavailable Calcium and other minerals necessary for good health."