calcium deficiency —> calcibronate ???
I went to see a cardiologist
because of dizziness, headaches, fatigue, disturbed sleep … irritability …
she gave me the echo dopler, electrocardiogram … everything is ok on this side , a little low voltage 10/6
the results of the analyzes showed a large calcium deficiency (1.1 mmol / l the minimum being 2.1), a small deficiency in iron and potassium and finally a blood sugar level at 1, 14
she gave me magnesium, iron and calcium supplements …. calcibronat 2g
she warned me that it makes me sleepy
, suddenly I said to myself great I need to sleep … but once the leaflet read I realize that it is not a calcium supplement but a sedative
then 1 – does calcibronate improve calcium? and 2- is it good for your health to take a sedative every night for 20 days ??? and 10 days the following month and 10 days the 3rd month ???
I take it in the evening to bed, it’s true that I sleep better but in the morning I have the impression of always lacking sleep …
Thank you for your answers
I am just clarifying something: it is totally useless (and even harmful) to take a calcium supplement if you are demineralized. All the studies have shown this: by giving a very important calcium supplement (1 g) to demineralised people, their condition does not improve. On the contrary, it fouled their kidneys. Above all, we know that calcium ultimately demineralizes
since it promotes the renewal of bone cells and thus prematurely depletes their stock. This is the door open to osteoporosis.
Calcium has no interest consumed alone. What counts is the calcium balance: the result of losses and contributions. It is almost impossible to have insufficient calcium intake, however it is very common to have excessive losses.
We do not have significant calcium requirements (breast milk also contains small amounts), but we must limit losses.
Our body is alkaline. If we have an acidifying diet, mineral reserves and in particular calcium will be mobilized in order to buffer the acidity.
Acidity is not only the result of food (there is also stress in particular), but it is the major factor.
The main sources of acidity are animal products, starting with cheese (so it is the worst possible source of calcium), yogurt, animal flesh, etc.
Proteins in general are acidifying (animal products contain a lot of it), but our protein requirements are low (we generally consume too much).
To limit the acidity of vegetable protein sources such as legumes, they should always be pre-germinated.
Overall fruits and vegetables are alkaline, with a few exceptions such as tomatoes.
The bread, the refined cereals, all this is acidifying.
In addition, there may also be foreign elements (such as mercury) in the body that hinder the assimilation of calcium.
thank you skopzy,
if i try
to correct the diet, what are the natural sources of calcium that can improve my condition?
qd you say that calcium taken alone has no interest, it must be associated with what for a better assimilation,
thank you again
It needs vitamin D to be absorbed, but losses must be limited, since calcium intakes alone are of no interest if there are losses elsewhere.
What matters is the absorption of calcium, and it will be zero if there is any loss.
On the other hand, do not be afraid of having insufficient calcium intake, because there is really little risk on that side.
In addition, today a lot of products are fortified with calcium (I do not find this a good thing, because an excess of calcium is absolutely undesirable). Mineral waters alone already contain a lot of calcium (it is better to take spring water, with the lowest dry residue).
A priori, what we can advise you is to have a less acidifying diet (if the acidity is the cause of your problem). For that, it is not complicated, ideally it is necessary to eliminate the animal products, starting with the dairy products, it is necessary to consume as little sugar as possible, not to abuse chocolate, coffee.
You must consume little protein, even vegetable (and germinate legumes), little gluten, refined cereals (pasta, bread, white rice …), and replace them with whole grains such as rice or buckwheat, potatoes. earth in dressing gown.
You can eat almost all fruits (very ripe), all vegetables, dried fruits, seaweed …
thank you skopzy for your answer: *