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Q: How many capsules are in a bottle
A: Most of our products contain a one month supply per bottle. Ie: Coral Calcium Supreme, Bobs Best Coral Calcium 2000, SolarCal D, Oxy Supreme and Vitamin D3 all have 90 per bottle and the suggested use is 3 per day.
Q: Which coral calcium supplement is the best?
A: All of Bobs products contain the highest quality ingredients. Coral Calcium Supreme and Bobs Best Coral Calcium 2000 have the exact same ingredients, the Bobs Best Coral Calcium 2000 is the strongest with 100% more coral calcium, Vitamin D3 and Folic Acid and 25% more of all the important B vitamins.
Q: How much Vitamin D3 does Bob recommend?
A: Each of Bobs coral calcium products has vitamin d3 in them for the effective absorption of the nutrients in each one. Vitamin D3 is very important in many different areas of your health and for optimal health Bob suggests that you take 3 of his vitamin D tablets per day along with the 3 coral calcium.
In order to facilitate a quick understanding of the massiveness of the scientific documentation on calcium and disease, a summary of scientific statements from the book “Let’s Cure Humanity” on several diseases will be given along with unaltered quotes from some of the world’s best scientists. After reading them you will conclude that indeed all of the disease mentioned can be cured with God’s nutrients, even though every scientist was very careful not to use the “cure” word. You will also think that what Barefoot said on his infomercial was timid compared to what the scientists are saying.
As there are over 17,000 scientific articles on calcium and its relationship to cancer in the US National Library of Medicine, why has the FDA and FTC taken no action to protect the American public from disease. Unfortunately, doctors don’t have time to read and the FTC and FDA don’t read. The following will provide dozens of these articles for calcium and cancer, high blood pressure, kidney stones, bone fractures and premenstrual syndrome.
Scientific Research on Calcium and Cancer Health Claims
"Coral Calcium Exhibited an inhibitory effect on the growth of cancer cells"
Yuji Hirota, Ph.D., Takashi Sugisaki, Ph.D., Medical Preventive Group Laboratory, MPG Co., Ltd. 2-41-18 Sumida, Sumida-ku, Tokyo, Japan 131
"A protective effect of calcium on colorectal cancer, one of the most common malignancies in Western societies, has been supported by results of in vitro animal studies."
Maria Elena Martenez and Walter C. Willett, Arizona Cancer Center, University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, Tucson, Arizona. And the Channing Laboratory, Harvard Medical School, Department of Nutrition, Boston Massachusetts, 10/30/97.
"Adding dietary calcium markedly suppressed the diet induced hyper proliferation of epithelial calls (cancer)."
Lexun Xue, Martin Lipkin, Harrold Newark, Jiarmin Wang, Influence of Dietary Calcium on Diet Induced Epithelial Cell Hyperproliferation in Mice, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Strang Cancer Prevention Center, New York, Cell Biology Laboratory Henan Medical University, China.
"Higher calcium intake is associated with a reduced risk of distal colon cancer"
Kana Wu, Walter C. Willer, Charles S. Fuchs, Graham A. Colditz and Edward L. Giovannucci, "Calcium Intake and Risk of Colon Cancer in Women and Men", Department of Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston MA, Department of Nutrition and Epidemiology, Harvard School of Public Health, Channing Laboratory, Harvard Medical School.
"The results of the present study show that there is a significant protective effect of calcium intake from drinking water against colon cancer"
Chun Yuh Yang, HuiFen Chiu, Shang Shyue Tsai and Ming Fen Cheng, "Calcium in Drinking Water and Risk of Death from Colon Cancer", School of Public Health, Department of Pharmacology, Kao, Hsiung Medical College Taiwan.
"The results of the study show that there may be a significant protective effect of calcium intake from drinking water on the risk of rectal cancer."
Chug Yuh Yang and Hui Fen Chui, "Calcium in Drinking Water and Risk of Death from Rectal Cancer", School of Public Health, Department of Pharmacology, Hsiung Medical College, Taiwan.
"Higher levels of calcium intake were associated with reduced colon and rectal cancer risk".
Pamela M. Marcus and Polly Newcomb, University of Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Center, Madison WI, International Journal of Epidemiology, 1998; 27;788-793.
"These data support the hypothesis that higher calcium intake may decrease risk for colorectal neoplasms (cancer)".
Sonia M. Boyapati, Robert M. Bostick, Katherine McGlynn, Michael Fina,./Walter Roufail, Kim Geisinger Michael Wargovich, Ann Coker, and James Hebert. Center for Health Services Research, Vanderbelt University, Nashville, TN, , Department of Epidemiology, Norman J Arnold School of Health, University of South Carolina., Wake Forrest University, University of Texas.
"Both men and women who died of colorectal cancer had a lower mean calcium intake compared to the rest of the population"
Ingrid Slob, Johannes Lambregts, Alberine Schuit and Frans Kok, "Calcium Intake and Cancer Mortality in Dutch Civil Servants, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, Agricultural University, The Netherlands
"Supplemental calcium has been shown to reduce the recurrence of colonic adenomatous polyps in patients at increased risk for colonic neoplasm (cancer)."
Peter Holt, Carla Wolper, Steven Moss, Kan Yang and Martin Lipkin, Comparison of Calcium Supplementation on Epithelial Cell Proliferation and Differentiation", Nutrition and Cancer, 41(1&2), 150-155, Department of Medicine , St Luke's Roosevelt Hospital, Strang Cancer Prevention Center
"Dietary calcium may inhibit colonic carcinogenisis promoted by high fat and low fiber diets."
P. Rozen, Z Fireman, N. Fine, Y. Wax and E. Ron, "Oral Calcium Suppresses Increased Rectal Epithelial Proliferation of Persons at Risk of Colorectal Cancer", Department of Gastroenterology, Tel-Aviv Medical Center, University of Israel, National Cancer Institute Bethesda, MD
"Our data suggests that high calcium intake may lowers colorectal cancer risk"
Paul Terry, John Baron, Lief Bergkvist, Lars Holmberg, and Alicja Wolk, "Dietary Calcium and Risk of Colorectal Cancer: A prospective Study in Women", Nutrition and Cancer, 43(1), 39-46, Department of Medical Epidemiology, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.
"Calcium was found to significantly reduce tumor multiplicity"
G, Ranhotra, J Gelroth, B Glaser, P Schoening, and S Brown, "Cellulose and Calcium lower the Incidence of Chemically-Induced Colon Tumors in Rats", Plant Foods for Human Nutrtion 54: 295-303, 1999, Kansas State University.
"The article by Lipkin in the November 28 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine strongly suggests that calcium intake may play a part in the incidence of colorectal cancer".
Genaro Palmieri, M.D., New England Journal of Medicine, University of Tennessee Medical Center
"The ability of oral calcium supplementation to suppress rectal epithelial proliferation supports its potential to prevent development of colorectal carcinoma in high risk individuals".
M. Thomas, J Thomson, and R Williamson, "Oral Calcium Inhibits Rectal Epithelial Proliferation in Familial Adenomatous Polyposis" Br. J. Surg, 1993, Vol. 80, April, 499-501, Department of Surgery, Royal Medical School, St Marks Hospital, London, England.
"The chemo-preventive activity of calcium was suggested by epidemiological studies associating high dietary calcium with decreased colon cancer risk or mortality".
Chemoprevention Branch and Agent Development Committee, Clinical Development Plan, Calcium
"Habitual dietary calcium may contribute to nutritional modulation of colon cancer risk"
Mirjam Govers, Denise Termont, John Lapre, Jan Kleibeuker, Roel Vonk and Roelof Van Der Meer, "Calcium in Milk Precipitates Intestinal Fatty Acids and bbb Thus Inhibits Colonic Cytotoxicity in Humans", Cancer Research, 3270-3275, July 15, 1996, Department of Nutrition, , University Hospital Groningen, The Netherlands
"These inhibitory effects on metabolic factors suggest a preventive effect of dietary calcium on colon carcinogenisis".
R. Van Der Meer, J Lapre, M. Govers, J Kleibeuker, "Mechanisms of the Intestinal Effects of milk products on Colon Cancer", Cancer letters 114 (9197) 75-83, Department of Nutrition University Hospital, Groningen, The Netherlands
"In human subjects at increased risk for colon cancer, hyper-proliferation of colon epithelial cells was reduced after oral dietary supplementation with calcium".
Harold Newark, and Martin Lipkin, Cancer Research (suppl) 52, 2067-2070, April1, 1992, Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, Rutgers University College of Pharmacy, New Jersey.
"Recent findings have indicated that dietary calcium can modulate and inhibit colon carginogenisis".
Sergio Lamprecht and Martin Lipkin, "Chemoprevention of colon cancer by Calcium", Strang Cancer Prevention Center, New York
"Mediating effects of extra cellular calcium on cellular proliferation could provide a rationale for the use of calcium supplements for intervention in early phases of colon cancer."
Eniko Kallay, M Bajina, Friedrick Wirba M.D., Stephan Kriwanek M.D., Meinrad Peterlik, PhD, M.D., Heide Cross PhD., "Dietary calcium and Growth modulation pf Human Cancer Cells", Department of Experimental pathology, Department of Clinical pathology, University of Vienna Medical School, Vienna, Austria.
"Recently we have shown that supplemental dietary calcium inhibits colonic epithelial proliferation which may decrease the risk of colon cancer".
Mirjam Govers, Denise Termont, and Roelof Van Der Meer, "Mechanism of the Antiproliferative Effect of Calcium Supplements on Colonic Cancer.", Department of Nutrition, Institute for Dairy Research, The Netherlands