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Charles B. Simone, M.D. is an Internist (Cleveland Clinic 1975-77), Medical Oncologist (National Cancer Institute 1977-82), Tumor Immunologist (NCI 1977-82), and Radiation Oncologist (University of Pennsylvania 1982-85). He wrote Cancer and Nutrition (1981, third revision 2005), The Truth About Breast Health - Breast Cancer (2002), The Truth About Prostate Health - Prostate Cancer (2005), How To Save Yourself From A Terrorist Attack (2001), helped organize the Office of Alternative Medicine, NIH (1992), helped write the Dietary Supplement, Health and Education Act of 1994, helped win landmark cases against the FDA by showing they violated the First and Fifth Amendment rights of Americans, helped introduce the Health Freedom Protection Act of 2005 (H.R. 4282), was bestowed the first Bulwark of Liberty Award in 2001 by the American Preventive Association and the James Lind Scientific Achievement Award in 2004, and continues bench research with the NCI showing that proteomic patterns can diagnose specific cancers possibly at earlier stages than we are currently able to do (Lancet Feb 2002, JNCI Nov 2002).
He is a consultant for heads of state of the US and other countries, celebrities, and advises many governments regarding health care. He
testifies for the Senate and House on matters concerning health, cancer,
disease prevention, children's health programs, FDA reform, and alternative medicine. He appears on 60 MINUTES, Prime Time Live, Fox News Channel, and others.
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CALCOR ® |
- Advanced calcium containing formula.
- Proper ratio and form of physiologic and bio-available calcium,
magnesium, potassium bicarbonate, threonine, boron, silicon, lysine.
Calcium requires nutrients that aid and enhance it. Some of these,
like vitamins C and D contained in ONCCOR®, should be taken with
food; while others contained in CALCOR®, like silicon, potassium
bicarbonate, boron, threonine, magnesium, and lysine, should be taken
with calcium at bedtime or on an empty stomach.
Regular exercise and a healthy diet with enough calcium helps teen
and young adult white and Asian women maintain good bone health and may
reduce their high risk of osteoporosis later in life. Adequate calcium
intake is important, but daily intakes above about 2,000 mg. are not
likely to provide any additional benefit.
Magnesium provides important nutritional support for normal functioning
of the circulatory system.*
Most Americans consume 500 mg calcium daily. However, US RDA is
1500 mg per day for those over 50; 1000 mg for those under 50.
Dairy products, the chief source of calcium, have too much fat and
are allergenic (mucous production, skin problems) for most people no
matter what the fat content, even skim.
Soft drinks flush calcium from bones. High amounts of phosphates in
soft drinks leave the body and force calcium out also, even if calcium
must be stolen from bones
Supplements made from bone meal or dolomite often have cadmium, which
increases blood pressure.
CALCOR® should be taken at bedtime or on an empty stomach.
CALCOR® is the safest, easiest, and most medically
sound way to obtain calcium: 3 tab for those over age 50; otherwise, 2,
CALCOR® is the most advanced calcium containing formula
available. It contains proper ratios and the most readily bioavailable
forms of Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium Bicarbonate, Boron, Silicon,
Lysine, and Threonine.
* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure,
or prevent any disease.
CALCOR nutritional specifications
Nutrient CALCOR Os-Cal Caltrate
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Calcium Carb 500 mg 500 mg 600 mg
Magnesium 140 mg 0 0
Potass Bicarb 100 mg 0 0
Boron 2 mg 0 0
L-Lysine 2 mg 0 0
Silicon 2 mg 0 0
L-Threonine 2 mg 0 0