Calcium dominance (calcium overload)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Calcium domance: a condition of too much calcium in the body [or organs and cells] in the face of magnesium insufficiency.


Calcium dominance is the condition of the buld of the population, and particularly in females over age 35.

Calcium overload occurs when the is NOT enough bio-active magnesium ions available on a daily basis and, at the same time, ongoing inflows of ever more calcium.

Said differently, calcium and magnesium are “counter-balance” minerals amd  and the body naturally goes into the inflammatory state of CALCIUM DOMINANCE as people age.

Another factor is poor choice of diet and accumulation of acidic waste [from food and metabolism] cause the body to turn acidic for lack of available, usable, bio-active magnesium ions to offset acidity.

Slowdown in metabolism has everything to do with a toxic internal environment and lack of magnesium ions (not oral magnesium in pill form) which require application directly to the skin in order to access the blood supply.  Other factors also needed are: bio-active iodine ions and charged selenium ions in liquid form.

This is what is meant by the Young Again Club concept and tenant: TOXIC TERRAIN.  Toxicity is a natural progression unless people intervene and UNLOAD past accumulations of waste and change their understanding of dis-ease and premature aging.

When bio-active magnesium ions are provided, the body automatically goes about dissolving excess from organs, tissues and cells in an effort to restore balance.

Itis the condition of calcium dominance that causes bones to become brittle and lose density.

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

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