Posted by: Rachael | May 21, 2012

sugar and osteoporosis

“Calcium depletion is a prime example of a mineral imbalance caused by sugar. To explain, sugar makes your blood acidic. In reaction to this acidity, calcium is pulled from your bones in an effort to bring your body back to an alkaline state of homeostasis. This process soon leads to excessive calcium in your boodstream. The calcium in your blood is then excreted in your urine, making your bones calcium-deficient and leading to osteoporosis.”

~page 8, Killer Colas by Nancy Appleton and G. N. Jacobs


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