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A groundbreaking book reveals the toxic effects of dairy and calcium supplements

HENDERSON, NV, December 9, 2013 - Today MedFox Publishing's Director of Sales, David McGreavy, announced the addition of "Death by Calcium" to their booklist.

In his newest book, Death by Calcium, board-certified cardiologist, Thomas E. Levy, offers scientific proof that the regular intake of dairy and calcium supplementation promotes all known chronic degenerative diseases and significantly shortens life.

Written for both the layperson and scientist, Dr. Levy explains the dangers inherent in supplementing with calcium. "It is now clear that excess dietary calcium, as is realized with the routine ingestion of milk and other calcium-laden dairy foods, is also a toxic and potentially life-shortening practice."

Death by Calcium, clearly documents the science behind the following assertions:

  1. Because of the emphasis on increased calcium intake, the typical osteoporosis patient faces a much higher chance of death from heart attack and stroke than from the consequences of an osteoporotic fracture.
  2. Osteoporosis is a focal scurvy (severe vitamin C deficiency) of the bones.
  3. Increased calcium intake increases the chances of the development of cancer.
  4. Reducing calcium intake substantially decreases the chances of death from all causes.
  5. Many natural agents increase calcium in the bone, decrease calcium excesses throughout the body, and decrease the chances of death from all diseases. These include magnesium, vitamin D, vitamin C, vitamin K, and essential fatty acids (omega-3).
  6. The proper restoration of deficient levels of sex hormones (estrogen, testosterone) and thyroid hormone helps normalize calcium metabolism and also decreases the chances of death from all causes.

Read Death by Calcium and discover why, "limited amounts of calcium are vital to health, excess levels of it contribute to the development of chronic degenerative disease, malignant transformation, and premature cell death."

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