What does this have to do with calcifications?
Calcifications in the body occur when there is high acidity. The acid in the body can thicken fluid in the body such as in the breast, coronary arteries and brain. This affects how the body absorbs oxygen, therefore oxygen metabolism in the body is not functioning properly. Inflammation
also causes calcifications. Because the acid binds together with body fluid during oxidosis and thickens the fluid, oxygen is unable to flow freely. When oxygen is reduced and acid exists in high amounts disease results because of the low oxygen flow and high acid prevents new cell growth and repair along with removing toxins from the body. When microcalcifications are present, they can be a cause for concern since a reason for them in the body can be due to high levels of acid; which could also mean that cells in the body are not getting enough oxygen and therefore a probable cause for disease.
What to do?
If you were given a diagnosis of calcifications and high acidity levels you need to change your diet and as always consult with a physician regarding foods and supplements that can be taken to reduce the acid levels in your body eg. corn, tomatoes, honey, vinegar, avocados, grape seed extract, green tea and lemons. Castor oil rubs or packs can be used for ridding the body of toxins that can result from the lack of oxygen.
Yeah, it all started when life was only a drag! But ,as they say it's what's on the inside that counts,
you can have your pH levels checked during a urinalysis test. Hey, not everybody at once. There are home testing packets available. I'm not advocating an empty doctors office, I still need a reason for working where I work. I just want a balance between a cause for concern and when there's nothing wrong.