Many factors play a role in calcification.
calcium metabolism disorders that cause hypercalcemia (too much calcium in the blood)
genetic or autoimmune disorders affecting the skeletal system and connective tissues
According to Harvard University, a common misconception is that calcifications are caused by a calcium-rich diet. However, researchers haven’t found a link between dietary calcium and a higher risk for calcium deposit
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avoid supplements which include calcium carbonate
This is also true for kidney stones. Most kidney stones are made of calcium oxalate. People who get calcium oxalate stones release more calcium in their urine than those who don’t. This disparity happens no matter how much calcium people have in thei
* sweetener Xylitol, binds oxalates and calcium, wiki – en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xylitol#Humans