Friday, October 12, 2007

Common Sense Calcium and Mineral Facts

Calcium Supplements - Is There Really a Difference?

Learn how to share the Blood Type Diet with Others

Studies reveal that the body absorbs less than 10% of the most popular calcium tablets containing calcium lactate, calcium phosphate, or calcium carbonate. How does your calcium supplement measure up? Find out in this issue.

Up until now, the usual calcium question had been: "How can we make this substance better tolerated and absorbed by the body?" Dr. Peter D'Adamo asked a better question: "Can we find another source of natural calcium not only friendly to all blood types, but also one that the body can utilize readily and with greater efficiency?"

Dr. D'Adamo found that ideal calcium source, a small red seaweed found only in the isolated areas off the coast of Northwest Ireland. Discover more about Calcium supplements

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Now Learn How to Share the Diet with Others

You love the Blood Type Diet and want to tell everyone about it. Do you want to know what to say to your friends about the diet? How do you share the diet with others without confusing them, or worse, giving them the wrong impression?
Now, be the first to participate in an exciting new program beta-test, coming in the next few weeks:

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There is no cost for participating in this program.

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