You may have heard of vitamin K. Perhaps you’ve even heard of vitamin K2. But how many of you have heard of vitamin K2 MK-7? Let me tell you about vitamin K2 benefits and enlighten you as to how this mostly unknown vitamin appears to be vital, especially in helping to regress arterial calcification.
As I was speaking of the dangers of too much Calcium (Ca) in my last post and as excess Ca is lethal, I want to give you an idea of where Ca can land up in our bodies. If it is NOT laid down in our bones as most of it should be, this is what can happen. The following images give an idea of the effects of a Ca overload on your heart and the rest of your body. 99% of Ca should be in your bones with just 1% in your cells, soft tissue and bloodstream. To start, here is a three dimensional CTA data set showing calcifications in coronary arteries. Continue reading Calcium Supplements = Heart Disease
Questions and Answers.
In my last post, I posed some questions about why we are being misled and deceived about many issues of health but particularly the vital importance of keeping Magnesium (Mg) levels replete and at the same time, not overdosing on Calcium (Ca).
I will answer those questions below. Perhaps you will not agree with my answers but then you do have the opportunity of putting your thoughts in writing by commenting on this post! Or perhaps you have your own questions? We’d love to hear from you! Continue reading Calcium Side Effects
Our Scanning Electron Microscope
My husband Andrew, has spent much of his life working with scanning electron microscopes (SEMs). He first learnt how to use an SEM when he was with The Wellcome Foundation doing analytical biochemistry. A few years later he went to The Wellcome Foot & Mouth Disease Virus Laboratories working on the virus as a senior technician for nearly 10 years . He also worked on feline leukaemia and equine flu amongst other things and was one of the first to produce peptides for foot and mouth disease. He has become very knowledgeable in the field of chemistry, laboratory techniques, scanning and transmission electron microscopy, biology and botany. You can see some of his work at here. Continue reading Too Much Calcium = Side Effects