Implications for Healthy Lifestyle
Calcium ATPase is a Key
Living a healthy lifestyle helps prevent chronic diseases and long-term illnesses. Plus, taking care of your health means more energy, better concentration and a boost in self-esteem. Whether you’re 25 or 85, your goal should be optimal health.
The problem is there’s so much conflicting and overwhelming information. Every day you read about new causes of diseases, or links to some illness or other. Then there’s low fat, keto, vegan, paleo, raw, high intensity, yoga, supplements, juicing. With so many healthy lifestyle choices, where do you start?
A great place is with the biochemical marker, Calcium ATPase. It plays a role in every aspect of your health.
My book, The Calcium Connection, introduces Calcium ATPase and discusses how its level significantly impacts your chance of getting diseases like Alzheimer’s, diabetes and cancer. You’ll find strategies to enhance levels of this essential biomarker for health and boost your wellbeing.
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Do you take care of your body and health?
Even minor health problems can affect or even overshadow other parts of your life. Illnesses take a toll on your happiness and can make everyday life difficult and stressful.
Committing to healthier habits pays off, but keeping up with current research can be tricky. How do you know what to trust when research is often contradictory?
Never before have there been so many different paths to wellness. What information should you use to make lifestyle decisions? It’s perplexing, but I have a solution.
Introducing Calcium ATPase
Likely, you’ve never heard of this little-known enzyme that modulates calcium within your cells, but Calcium ATPase is pivotal to health. It’s found in every cell in the body, where it plays a role in all bodily processes. By taking care of your Calcium ATPase levels, you’re taking care of every aspect of your health.
How Calcium ATPase affects weight
Your body stores excess energy as fat. Eating more calories than you use can lead to obesity.
Calcium ATPase uses a considerable 12–15% of the total calories you eat, and around 40% of the calories your muscles burn. If you have low levels of Calcium ATPase, fat storage increases and fat burning decreases.
Worryingly, studies show that as someone gains weight, their Calcium ATPase levels drop, leading to less calorie usage, and yet more weight gain—a double whammy.
The link between Diabetes and Calcium ATPase
A massive 34 million Americans have diabetes. High blood sugar associated with diabetes reduces Calcium ATPase levels. Guess what? This reduction is the primary driver of diabetes-related conditions, including heart disease, high blood pressure, eye and nerve damage.
Limited levels of Calcium ATPase also results in damage to pancreatic cells, meaning they cannot produce the insulin necessary to control blood sugar.
Calcium ATPase and cancer
Cancer is a collection of various related diseases that have similar aspects. Cancer can cause abnormal cell growth anywhere in the body, including the blood.
Declining levels of Calcium ATPase means that breast, lung, colon, thyroid, skin, and blood cancers progress more readily.
Blood pressure, heart failure and Calcium ATPase
High blood pressure means your heart is working harder, which causes harm. Reduced Calcium ATPase makes it difficult for blood vessels to relax, leading to narrowing of the arteries, and high blood pressure.
Diminished Calcium ATPase is a hallmark of heart failure which happens when the heart doesn’t pump effectively, and can’t deliver enough oxygen and nutrients to the cells.
A healthy brain needs Calcium ATPase
Calcium ATPase plays a fundamental role in neurodevelopment. Not only that, but brain function relies on correct levels of intracellular calcium. Calcium ATPase keeps these levels within optimal limits.
Calcium ATPase research has linked restricted levels of this health biomarker and resulting calcium dysregulation to Alzheimer’s disease and age related cognitive decline.
Calcium ATPase combats chronic inflammation
When levels of Calcium ATPase fall, substances such as that cause chronic inflammation rise, leading to health issues like irritable bowel, arthritis, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.
A deficiency in Calcium ATPase also contributes to excessive allergic responses.
Good health relies on Calcium ATPase
My book, The Calcium Connection, presents the key health indicator Calcium ATPase, delves into its functions, and examines how targeting Calcium ATPase can protect against a startling range of diseases.
I’ll equip you with the information you need to maximize this vital enzyme. You’ll find strategies to minimize toxin exposure and make sound lifestyle choices that safeguard Calcium ATPase.
The health and nutrition biomarker Calcium ATPase is fundamental to robust health, and The Calcium Connection is your tool-kit for health and wellbeing.