Correction of calcium deficiency under the control of vegetative resonance test (ART)
AUTHORS : Parkhomenko A.P.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Torzhok, Russia
YEAR : 2021 | Category : Method of Treatment
The daily intake of calcium in different age periods ranges from 1000 to 1600 mg per day. If it is impossible to receive a given amount of calcium with food (average consumption with food – 600–800 mg / day), it is necessary to ensure the supply of the missing amount of calcium with drugs (on average, 500–600 mg per day). Taking into account the diet of an average inhabitant of a temperate climate, prophylactic calcium intake is necessary in almost all periods of a person’s life, starting from childhood.
Calcium preparations are mainly represented by vitamin complexes and dietary supplements with calcium. Of the calcium salts, carbonate, triphosphate and citrate are characterized by the highest percentage of elemental calcium, therefore, their intake is most preferable. We would like to draw your attention to the option of correcting calcium deficiency using the most natural source of calcium – the shell of raw eggs, which, in addition to calcium carbonate, contains many other mineral and biologically active substances.