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Coral Calcium Deep Down Truth - Part 2
Have you ever seen what happens to a dog that’s fed “people” food? They become overweight, lethargic and start suffering from degenerative diseases like arthritis and cancer. Dogs aren’t meant to eat “people” food.
Well, folks, we aren’t supposed to consume coral any more than a dog’s supposed to eat Hamburger Helper. Most dog owners know this about their pets, so why don’t they know this about themselves? There are no long-term studies of any safe consumption of coral in any human population on this planet. So, until we find Atlantis and see if they’ve been eating coral, then I suggest you stay away from it.
On the other fin (just to keep our motif going), we know what happens when humans eat natural, whole food, organic sources of calcium from the human food chain. And we know that there is no danger or harm involved – only good.
Do yourself a big favor with something positive for your health. Whenever you hear of the latest, greatest product, be it Coral Calcium, tree bark or whatever, ask yourself, “Does it make any sense? Are humans meant to eat (fill in the blank)?” You could even ask for the peer review research to find out if it's a grouper or a guppy. And, when in doubt, stop and think to yourself, "Have I ever seen this on a menu or at a salad bar?"
Surf’s up! Class dismissed!
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