Calcification (calcify)

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Calcification: deposition of calcium in the body.

Overview

Calcification of the soft tissues is abnormal.  Laying down of new bone or remodeling of existing bone is normal.  Calcium plays important roles in body metabolism and physiology.

Normally, calcification occurs throughout the body in an orderly and predictable manner, but when the body’s terrain is out of balance, as in excess waste accumulation, calcification results in mineral deposits where they do not belong. Abnormal calcification is a terrain condition.

For example, calcium deposits occur in the feet, joints and spinal column (spinal stenosis); deposits come with age because the body is unable to cope with slowing vital organs, hormonal imbalances and build-up of toxic waste throughout the system. The process is reversible using the Tissue & Liver Protocol. Click link to read about it.

Toxic bodies use calcium to buffer acidic waste, especially in the SOFT TISSUES resulting in stiffness, inflammation and swelling.  Fatty tumors (lipoma) are a sign of a highly acid, waste filled terrain.  Fluoride from tooth paste and drinking water plays a role in premature aging through calcification of the brain, ears, soft tissues and organs.

Imbalances and resistance of the regulatory hormones: leptin, insulin and adrenaline plays a pivotal role in calcification.  Please read Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life by clicking link.

Daily use of raw apple cider vinegar is an excellent home remedy for calcification issues, but it is best to address the big picture, clear the body of accumulated acid waste and restore liver function by way of the Tissue & Liver Protocol.  90% of all waste exiting the body must pass through the liver on the way to the toilet.

The Enema Protocol is instrumental in helping the body restore the terrain.

Solutions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

See Osteoporosis: Everyone’s Story.

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