Bone, Joint, & Heart Health

Clear your arteries of heart attack-causing plaque and effortlessly build bones of steel! Don’t fall prey to those studies that say calcium supplements don’t prevent bone loss and osteoporosis.

“Calcium is the cornerstone mineral in bones. However, calcium consumption does not build bones. Countries with the highest dietary calcium consumption (US, Canada, & Scandinavian countries) have the highest rates of osteoporosis.” Natural News

What are you missing for proper calcium absorption?  Why does the calcium go to coat your arteries and solidify your joints?  Why does this seem to be more of a problem for modern man?  When  Dr. Weston A. Price in the late 1930’s located  primitive tribes that had never met the white man before, he found them to have perfectly spaced, snow white teeth and the elderly people were strong and healthy.  What did they know that we have forgotten?

There is a vitamin that Dr. Weston A. Price called  “Activator X” that comes only from 100% grassfed animals – their organs and meat, and egg yolks from pastured chickens and natto, a Japanese fermented delicacy that most people could not stomach.  Further research has revealed this magic vitamin to become known as super vitamin K2.  When taken along with vitamin D3, the calcium cycle is complete.

This is how it works – you consume calcium, and it goes anywhere in the body.  Some goes to your arteries, some goes to your organs, some goes to your joints, your tissues, and some may go to your bones.  Then you consume Super Vitamin K2 & D3, which then takes the calcium from the arteries, organs, joints, and tissues, and sends it to the bones and teeth.  This is Mother Nature’s full circle nutrition to help us to keep strong bones and teeth as we age.

Without K2, calcium collects in our blood and can lead to calcification in our arteries. The Rotterdam Study which followed about 4,800 individuals for a 10-year period showed that individuals who consume the most dietary vitamin K2 experience 50 percent less arterial calcification and cardiovascular death. This happens because vitamin K2 activates a vascular protein that inhibits arterial calcification. Vitamin K2 also activates proteins that work to mineralize bones. These two important qualities help combat two diseases that pose serious risk for millions: heart disease and osteoporosis.

In addition to heart, bone, and teeth assistance, according to many studies performed since it’s discovery, Vitamin K2 and D3 taken together also help rheumatoid arthritis, regulate blood sugar, boost energy and fight fatigue, boost testosterone production in men, support the kidneys and help eliminate kidney stones, protect the myelin sheath of the nerve cells, help prevent and assist with Alzheimer’s, and fight cancer by causing cancer cells to self destruct.

Why is this Super Vitamin K2 missing from our diets?  Because we have gone from Nature’s grass-fed ideal scene to a rapid grain-fed and grain-finished meat and egg diet.  Unfortunately, animals that are kept in feedlots and cages do not produce Super Vitamin K2.  It only comes from a 100% grass-fed diet out in pastures.  This is why it is so important to eat only grass-fed and pastured animals and eggs.

How Do You Get Vitamin D3? You won’t get sufficient D3 from foods. Sunlight and supplements are the keys. You need at least 20 mins. per day of sunlight on exposed skin to get adequate D3.  If you can’t do that, then a supplement is the answer.

If you would like to read more about this miracle vitamin K2, here is a the link to a very simple, very good book “The X-Factor Revolution” by Jason Kennedy that we have found to be very informative.  http://www.1shoppingcart.com/app/?af=1487259. We believe in it so strongly, that we have decided to promote it as affiliates.

 

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Sources:
http://www.naturalnews.com/034677_calcium_bones_vitamin_D3.html#ixzz25XCcim9P