Bob Barefoots Coral Calcium

by Brodie Heinrichsen - Date: 2007-04-03 - Word Count: 613 Share This!

One night, a few years back I as watching early morning television and happened to stumble across a show entitled "Bob Barefoot's Coral Calcium." The show wasn't the same as your average infomercial; it was more of a one on one between Mr. Barefoot and a host whose name slips my mind at the moment. Of course my first thought was "JUST ANOTHER HEALTH PILL SCAM CHANGE THE CHANNEL!" However, I didn't change the channel, I watched for a few hours as Mr. Barefoot described the effects of what his new product could do. In the interview Mr. Barefoot explained how Coral Calcium could help lower the effects of Multiple Sclerosis "MS" and Lupus; both of which my grandmother and my mother suffer from.

First thing the next morning I jumped out of bed and ran to my computer; instantly researching this natural wonder pill. I discovered there are over 200 different diseases that form from calcium deficiency. These diseases include arthritis, heart disease, osteoporosis, eczema, Alzheimer's disease, high cholesterol, muscle cramps, kidney stones, gallstones, gout, indigestion, chronic fatigue syndrome, lupus, hypertension, and frequent headaches. Calcium is involved in hundreds of vital body functions, from pumping of the heart to DNA replication. Osteoporosis will form if the body doesn't take in enough calcium, because the body will then take the calcium it needs from your bones. A very important function of calcium in people is to neutralize the acidity and help achieve the proper ph balance. The proper ph balance is to maintain the body at neutral (Ph 7) to slightly alkaline levels. Alkalinity is essential for life, health, growth and vitality. The Ph levels lower than seven are considered to be acidic.

Coral Calcium is not all the same. There are many different grades of coral calcium: land or mountain grade, beach grade, and marine grade. The highest grade of coral calcium is marine grade SMP or Sango Mineral Powder. This grade is found at the Okinawa basin in small pockets of much older coral grains. It contains 23% Calcium and 12% Magnesium. Just below SMP is another marine grade known as CCP or coral calcium powder. This is the most common marine grade and has calcium to magnesium ratio of 34:4. Its calcium content is 34% and its magnesium content is 2%. Both forms of marine grade coral calcium are from natural organic coral grains that have accumulated in the Okinawa tidal basin. Beach grade coral calcium is grain that is washed up onto the beach. This type of coral calcium is often used in sachets or tea bags; although they are high in calcium content, these lack the essential mineral balance needed. Beach grade contains 34% calcium and 1.50% magnesium. The lowest grade of coral calcium is land grade. This form of coral calcium is mined along limestone for construction. It has high calcium content but lacks the other essential minerals much like Beach grade. Land grade contains 39% calcium and 0.50% magnesium.

I recommended Bob Barefoot's coral calcium to both my mother and my grandmother. My grandmother decided that she was taking enough pills as is but my mother was willing to try it. From the day I called her and asked her to try this miracle pill she has begun to feel much better than before her first vile. I would highly suggest giving this health supplement a chance if you are suffering from an ailment. My mother is living proof that it works and has sold me. Currently my mother, stepfather, aunt, uncle, and a few of my cousins are using this pill just to raise their calcium intake. I too, use this supplement and honestly have never felt better.

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