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Coral calcium is a highly alkaline natural substance that increases the organism’s alkalinity and is very used in people who have carcinogenic diseases.

Therapy assessment: This cancer protocol is a necessary addition to all other therapies except Cellect-Budwig and cesium chloride protocols, both alkaline protocols. In Jim Kelmun’s protocol, this therapy can replace Kelmun’s baking soda and maple syrup. These restrictions apply because you should take only one highly alkaline substance every day.

Any cancer therapy requires alkalinity to slow the spread of cancer. While cesium chloride and Cellect contain alkaline minerals, Jim Kelmun’s protocol contains baking soda. All other therapies require calcium to provide alkalinity.

This protocol is a therapy for anyone who is not on the protocol with some highly alkaline elements.

This is a required supplement because calcium, combined with Vitamin D, contains critical alkalinity. I do not think that this protocol should be a stand-alone therapy, although many others believe.

This protocol’s recommended use is to use the Jim Kelmun Protocol ( at least 14 items ), but use this calcium protocol as a substitute for Kelmun baking soda.

Robert Barefoot coral calcium protocol for cancer treatment

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Any cancer therapy requires alkalinity to slow the spread of cancer. This protocol provides that alkalinity and does many other things that help the patient survive.

The following information was obtained mainly from the book: The Calcium Factor: The Scientific Secret of Health and Youth (Calcium Factor: Nausecret of Health and Youth), written by Robert R. Barefoot Dr. Carl J. Reich, MD. The information is from Chapters 14 and 17, although I have made some changes to his supplement doses because he is talking about serving as a generic disease prevention program.

If you use this as therapy, you may want to buy a book, even though much of the book is written for chemists.

The specific brand that I recommend suggests 1 pill of coral calcium three times a day. I would change that in cancer patients and suggest:

  • 1 pill 1000 mg coral calcium, three times a day the first week
  • 2 pills 1000 mg coral calcium, three times a day, for the next six weeks
  • 1 pill 1000 mg coral calcium, three times a day after the previous two cycles.

Preparation recommendations

Doses of vitamin D3 NOT should be increased. It would help if you always used the doses written on the bottle.

If you are taking a multivitamin complex that contains the necessary compounds, take care not to take too much Vitamin D or Vitamin D3.

It would help if you took these pills during a meal. When taken with meals, you should consume it together with apple or orange juice for the body to absorb calcium as well as possible. Also, you should consume other fruits and vegetables to ensure better calcium absorption.

The calcium product should be 100 percent coral calcium. Some products mix calcium from coral reefs with calcium from other sources. A patient who has cancer should not take risks but should be sure that all the calcium from the product is coral calcium.

The patient should eat at least two oranges a day (because of Vitamin D) and at least one banana (because of calcium).

Sunbathe every day at a time when the sun is not strong (of course, without sunscreen). Vitamin D is critical for calcium absorption.

More on calcium and vitamin D in bone preservation

The importance of calcium and vitamin D for maintaining bone health is often unfairly neglected by medical professionals and ordinary citizens. Besides, adequate intake of these two vitamins is mandatory during illness and throughout life, as they support the proper functioning of certain vital functions and prevent osteoporosis.

Completion of bone mass development is generally reached around 30. Therefore, regular physical activity and intake of the recommended amounts of calcium and vitamin D in adolescence and adolescence ensure bone mass development. Calcium is an essential element for the human body and is necessary for many cellular functions.

Other roles of calcium in the body

Calcium is not only necessary for the health of the skeletal system, but it is also essential for neuromuscular activities, blood coagulation, and the normal functioning of the cardiovascular system. Although 99% of calcium is stored in the body in bones and teeth, you can also find it in intercellular fluid (ECF) or plasma.

The calcium level in the plasma determines the balance of calcium in the body.

The best way to achieve calcium balance in the body is through a diet rich in calcium (e.g., milk, cheese, yogurt, broccoli).

Achieving optimal calcium intake through diet can be difficult, especially for people who are lactose intolerant, vegetarians, and people who follow a strict low-calorie diet. Also, certain substances can negatively affect the utilization of calcium in the body (e.g., oxalates, certain proteins, phytates, and caffeine).

Calcium supplementation is recommended for all people who do not get the right amount.

Since our gastrointestinal tract can absorb only 500 to 600 mg of calcium, supplements should be taken with a difference of at least four to five hours to achieve maximum efficiency.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is an important nutrient for maintaining the skeletal system’s health. The primary function of vitamin D is to regulate the absorption of calcium in the intestines and stomach and stimulate bone resorption to maintain the appropriate concentration of calcium in the serum.

In the case of vitamin D deficiency, there is a decrease in the absorption of calcium in the intestines, which leads to an increase in the formation of osteoclasts.

If it is a vitamin D deficiency over a long period of time, the skeletal system will suffer due to the continuous reduction of calcium, which can lead to rickets in children, while osteomalacia and osteoporosis can occur in adults.

Sunlight helps create vitamin D in our bodies. Exposing the face, hands, palms, and back to sunlight for 5 to 15 minutes twice a week, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., is generally sufficient to maintain adequate vitamin D levels.

Although the harmful effect of UV waves in the spectrum of sunlight can increase the risk of skin cancer, blocking these UV waves can lead to individual deficiencies of vitamin D. If we do not expose ourselves to sunlight adequately, we can use dietary supplements containing vitamin D. Since it is relatively difficult to enter vitamin D through diet, vitamin D supplementation is recommended.

A recent WHI study showed an association between calcium and vitamin D levels and a link between these elements’ levels and the risk of fractures. The study showed that postmenopausal women who received daily doses of 1000 mg of calcium carbonate and 400 vitamin D units had 29% fewer hip fractures. Women over the age of 60 (this is the most at-risk group when it comes to fractures) had a significant reduction of 21% from the risk of developing a hip fracture.

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Conclusion

Let me quote from The Calcium Factor books:

“This program will help in alkalizing body fluids, resulting in toxins, which are bound to the cell surface, separating and entering the bloodstream. The body will recognize toxins as foreign invaders and respond with a natural reaction that can cause flu-like symptoms such as headaches, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. This is called detoxification, and it means that the body gets rid of the compounds that cause cancer. “

If you have any of these symptoms, it means that the therapy is working. But maybe you should reduce the dose and increase the dose for the next 4 or 5 days until you reach the optimal amount that suits your body.