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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009-06-08

Bone spurs

I understood that bone spurs occur when poor types of calcium (like dolamite) are taken. Is this correct?

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Dear Anonymous
No, these spurs occur as part of the "wear and tear" changes we experience when we get older.
Calcium supplements containing dolomite may have a high metal content.

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