I have hit the trifecta of good health since using calcium therapy.
- Years ago in the 1970’s I had to begin Dilantin therapy which harms the gum tissue, so I had to watch my gums for any puffiness or bleeding. My gum health has been pretty good, but not as good as it is now after calcium therapy. The stippling has come back to my gingiva and I am very pleased !
- In October, 2013, I began calcium treatments, and had a bone density scan in October, 2014. Then, I was put on weekly Fosamax to ward off osteoporosis, and I began exercises for at least an hour six days a week. After two years that should have given me maybe a 1-2% increase in bone density.
- I had my two-year bone scan for osteoporosis in October 2016. This was in the report:
“… an increase of 10.3% L1-L4 and a 6.4% for bilateral total hips. Both of these changes are considered statistically significant.”
So what caused the large, significant increase – calcium therapy! Now my gums are almost perfect. I’m amazed at the results of calcium therapy. I don’t know how it all works, I just know it does.
Since using the calcium treatment, I have noticed two other things:
- My teeth feel smoother and not as much plaque developing.
- My teeth have a nice color to them – not so yellow like before.
I will continue to stay on Dilantin and the Fosomax once a week since they work and will deal with bone issues if and when they do arise. It seems to me that the calcium therapy is going to do that for me. I have an investment in my future and I want it to be a long and healthy one, and I believe it will be with the continued addition of calcium therapy
Thank you Doctor Manhart for making this possible! – JE in Nebraska