Calcium Supplements Might not Be Good for Your Heart
According to a new research, calcium supplements may have a harmful effect on your heart. At the same time, foods rich in calcium do not have such properties. Authors of the study believe that their findings should give consumers time for thought.
For their study, the team of the researchers analyzed data from 10 years of medical tests on more than 2,700 adults in a heart disease study.
Dr. Erin Michos, a lead author of the study from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, says: “Our study adds to the body of evidence that excess calcium in the form of supplements may harm the heart and vascular system.”
More information about the study here.
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