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My Mother's doctor told her that her calcium is too high. What is a healthy "low" calcium diet?


Posted by cynderburning

My mother is a diabetic, with high blood presure, high cholesterol, and now she is being told that she has dangerously high calcioum in her blood she is at loss as to what there is left to eat 
 
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I am sure she has had numerous tests done. However, has she had her Vitamin D levels checked?  Vitamin D helps with the absorption of Calcium.  The test is the 25 0HD test.  Vitamin D is severly deficient in much of the northern latitude populations and can contribute to high Calcium levels

 Additionally, have them do a double check on her parathyroid if they have not already.  This modulates calcium absorption as well.

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