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Re: alfalfa

It is the lack of production of calcitonin (or more precisely the the
inability to produce it quickly) caused by high fed calcium levels that
results in the inability to mobilize bone calcium to correct short term
serum calcium reduction due to calcium losses due to sweating with serious
metabolic consequences.

Duncan Fletcher

----- Original Message -----
From: Truman Prevatt <>

Actually it was the ability of the body to produce a hormone that is
responsible for pulling Ca out of the bones and or teeth for use when


tina hicks wrote:
> I also thought alfalfa had a very high Ca content and interfered with
> Ca/Ph ratios? Am I getting this right? Someone else who went to the SERA
> convention and heard the presentations on electrolytes and metabolics
> help me out here.
> Tina
> confused obviously

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