NJ Holistic Doctor Michael Rothman Discusses Calcium Supplements and Cardiovascular Disease

NJ Holistic Doctor Michael Rothman Discusses Calcium Supplements and Cardiovascular Disease

NJ Holistic Doctor Michael Rothman Discusses Calcium Supplements and Cardiovascular Disease

Dr. Michael Rothman, NJ’s leading holistic physician, exposes a little known, but vital, health concern: The role of calcium supplements in cardiovascular disease.

March 14, 2018 ( datsyn.com) – Wall, NJ – “Recently published articles in the medical literature have revealed a strong association between calcium supplements and heart disease . Many in the medical community are surprised by these studies and have a hard time accepting them.”

Calcium’s role as “nature’s band-aid’ means that it can repair bones, but it can also contribute to atherosclerosis, hardening of the arteries. In fact, calcium intake is one an important consideration in diagnosing heart disease.

“How do you know that the calcium is going into your bones? Perhaps this calcium is ending up in your brain or your kidneys, or your blood vessels?” Dr. Rothman would ask each of his clients.

If you’ve been prescribed something by your physician, keep taking it, but it’s worth speaking to him or her about your concerns. If you aren’t sure about the response that you receive, please call Dr. Rothman’s office.

To read the article, go to mdwellnessmd.com/blog/post/did-you-know-that-calcium-supplementation-is-linked-to-cardiovascular-disease/ . If you are interested in learning more about Dr. Rothman’s holistic approach to medicine, please explore his website or contact his office.

Over the last 20 years, Dr. Michael E. Rothman has dedicated his life to helping his patients understand the “how and why” of their health. He strives to provide the highest quality care utilizing natural, holistic, non-toxic methods. Dr. Rothman has an extensive background in Nutrition, Biochemistry, Physiology and Physics. This NJ holistic doctor is highly respected by his peers and is loved by his patients.

 

Source: PR