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angel face
Friday, August 3, 2007, 4:51pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I'm new to this concept, but it makes sense so far, except for trying to fit in enough dairy products with goat, feta, and mozzarella cheese/eggs only! I have osteoporosis, so have to be concerned about Calcium as well. I take Calcium supplements daily, and also eat broccoli daily, but that would be my only concern as far as health issues with this diet....any comments, ideas, suggestions? I'm all ears!
thank you!
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Hi,  I'd start by reading this:

Calcium from almonds

and this - especially the bit on bone broth

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Welcome angel face,

Realize that a high protein diet helps type Os absorb calcium because it increase the release of IAP, which helps absorb calcium. Therefore, you will absorb any supplemental calcium best if you take it with a high protein meal.

I don't eat any dairy. I get my calcium from other sources, like the list of foods that koahiatamadl provided the link for and the bones in canned sardines and salmon.


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I may be wrong about this but I think that leafy greens like broccoli and spinach have a lot of calcium in them too. I have osteoporosis in the family so I too am concerned about the no-dairy situation. I do know, however, that I feel better without it (even though I love it. ugh) Anyway, I am going to talk to the ND about this family history issue and see what she says. I imagine it will be a supplement or something ultimately, as she is an O as well and vehemently anti-dairy!

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angel face,
haven t read your other posts yet.....
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I may be wrong about this but I think that leafy greens like broccoli and spinach have a lot of calcium in them too.

If you click on the link that koahiatamadl posted you will see a list of calcium in various foods.



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The calcium supplements that are available through the NAP store are super absorbed.  They are from a type of seaweed that is extremely easy for the body to assimilate.  
Click HERE.

If you can eliminate the avoids from your diet, you will create the conditions in your body that will help to stop bone loss.  There is a lot more involved than just the amount of calcium that we ingest.



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Is there a list of calcium leaching avoids? I don't know if it is really true but somewhere in the back of my pre-BTD days mind I recall coffee and oatmeal as being two  ingestables that rob the body of calcium and that the addition of dairy to those would bind up the theives before they could go to work.
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distilled water. raw spinach leaches, carbonated but also have large amounts of phosphoric acid in soft drinks leach calcium.

acidic conditions in the body that
requires the body to leach calcium out of
teeth and bones in order to balance the blood.

parathyroid  tumors, also
leach calcium from the bones and osteoporosis becomes a real concern


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Calcuim, magnesium, boron, Vitamin D supplements.
I try to take some cal/mag maybe w/ zinc during the day &
have been taking the D & boron at night w/ plain cal/mag.
Zinc seems stimulating & selenium seems calming.
Too much E is stimulating.  I try to take the E & selenium closer to midday, but if I forget, I may take just the selenium at night.
The say silica is good, but I haven't added that yet.
In other words, I apparently need a lot of cal/mag & must take supplements.
I eat lots of fruits & veggies, but maybe my absorption is messed up, so I still depend on the supps to sleep.
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BTW, dairy is bad news for me, so I avoid it like the plague, therefore resorting to the above description......
Adding by modification: SUNSHINE! It's sometimes rare here, so I have been having a greater effort to get more in recent years! They are finding out how important it is. Try to get some more!!


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doesn t vit E thin out blood in Os and thus should be avoided?
a handful of nuts and leafy greens give you the E you need.


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Thanks Lola,
I had forgotten about raw spinach. The  other soda evils too. But now with BTD awareness HFCS just pops out at me on every ingrediant list I've seen on almost all national brands of everything.Hmmm. Why do I still desire coffee so much? Bone density also depends on impact excercise too. weight bearing stuff , give the bone building network a reason to make bone. if you float around without much gravity effect IE: sitting, driving, instead of walking/running, level travel without stairs or even twisting adjusting to rough ground, your bones forget that they "need" to be strong.
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Lola, I suspect I'm a nonnie, & I seem to need E.  
However you are right about the thin blood, especially for secretors!
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and silicea for matrix!


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