Calcification: The Undertaker (Part 1)

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Calcification is the hardening of our body tissues by calcium deposits. Calcification is not considered a disease, it has been shown to be a significant factor in nearly every known illness and aging condition, including heart disease, kidney and gall stones, chronic inflammation, arthritis and even wrinkles. The more calcification, the more difficult it is to keep our skin, joints, nervous system and immune system running youthfully and optimally.

Calcification is one of the most pervasive, yet least understood conditions on the planet. Trillion of dollars are spent annually worldwide trying to control problems associated with calcification. Historically, calcification has been identified as an effect and not a cause. Because calcification is so often overlooked in the process of diagnosis and treatment, it is not dealt with in the way it needs to be as a major threat to our health and well-being.

Calcification attacks our bodies constantly. It causes acute and chronic pain which disrupts our lifestyle and forces us to become increasingly dependent on drug treatments which mask the pain and reduce suffering.These treatments only address the symptoms and not the cause.

Calcification is the major factor in why we age, why our joints feel stiff, why we have inflammation and why we are tired. It eventually affects every area of our life including our natural state of well-being, and our ability to exercise . It erodes our potential to experience optimal health and vibrancy.

Who has calcification?

If you have taken inorganic calcium supplements, have chronic aches and pains in your muscles and joints; if you’ve suffered from a sports or accident related injury that has never completely gone away; if you have scar tissue, wrinkles or stiff joints; if you experienced a loss of hearing, or you are just getting older, there is a good chance that you have an access amount of calcification, especially in the painful areas.

Calcification has many disguises, which undermine our health, and causes aging and death. The following terms are all used to describe conditions associated with calcification:

  • bio-mineralization
  • brain sand (calcium deposits in the brain)
  • calcified deposits
  • calcified scar tissue
  • calcium build-up
  • calcium phosphate crystals
  • calcium salts
  • cellulite
  • crystallization
  • cysts
  • dystrophic calcification
  • hard plaque (which is often found in the arteries and gums)
  • hardening of body systems: arteries, hearing, etc.
  • metastic calcification
  • micro-calcification
  • ossification
  • scars (internal and external)
  • spurs (bone)
  • stones (kidney stones, gallstones)

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