Normal level of calcium
– only 30% people
When bone density measurements (densitometry) were done in Latvia only 30% had a normal bone density.
If the calcium level in the blood is under 2,1mmol/l,theperson has hypocalcaemia.
In the long term lack of calcium in the blood can lead to:
- Sensitive teeth;
- Dull and grey face;
- Fragile and unhealthy hair and nails;
- Muscle exhaustion, debility and fatigue;
- Porous bone disease (osteoporosis), as well as rickets, arthritis, high blood pressure, back pain, insomnia, eczema, asthma, elevated cholesterol levels, colitis, headache, kidney stones and other diseases
But that doesn’t mean that the rest 70% doesn’t consume products which contain calcium, they just don’t consume enough. The main problem is in that the body discharges calcium because regulation processes of calcium amount are disturbed.
Epsorin can help you fight this problem.