Confusing. This doctor says not to change anything, but yet the news reporter says American doctors advise not to take these calcium supplements. American doctors are the ones who pushed these calcium supplements in the first place. ER visits for women did increase for heart attack. Then, finally, she says, if you have questions, ask your doctor. It’s the blind leading the blind, unfortunately. It’s a lot of opinion and suggesting to ask individual doctors whose theory on this may all be different from one another. That doesn’t give people encouragement at all. Initially the reporter says we may have to choose between bone health or risking heart attack. However, she does not reference that if one takes adequate D3 and K2, this risk becomes negligible. I think this is very irresponsible reporting.
Erleen Tilton began her study into health and nutrition with a life changing experience over 25 years ago. While experiencing many health problems, she began her journey into the world of whole foods which completely healed her body. Since that time Erleen has taught thousands the importance of nutrition and eating good wholesome foods in contrast to the typical high-calorie, nutritious-void foods that are most commonly consumed today. Others too have had life changing experiences through her expertise in health education through speaking, articles, newsletters, consultations, and her own “Living a Healthy Lifestyle” 3-day mountain retreat. She has published 6 cookbooks, 1 organic gardening manual, a first aid kit booklet, 2 CD series sets, a total body workout DVD, and more. She is now in the process of publishing a new series of cookbooks called …for the Healthy Leaner Lifestyle. Erleen speaks professionally as a member of the National Speakers Association.