I have been dealing with a bone spur under my foot near my pinky toe.
Dear Terry, “I have been dealing with a bone spur under my foot near my pinky toe. I have tried cortisone shots and they only help a couple of weeks and then the pain comes back.” — Kristen B., Milwaukee, WI
Dear Kristen, When it comes to bone spurs, I recommend specific forms of calcium (calcium phosphate and calcium chloride) and magnesium (magnesium glycerophosphate), along with bioavailable B6, betaine HCl, vitamin C, and ammonium chloride.
These ingredients help keep calcium more fluid to make sure it doesn’t form clumps that later become bone spurs. In short, they help ensure that calcium is where it should be, dissolves it where it shouldn’t be, and prevents it from building up there again. I recommend taking approximately 100 mg of calcium (as calcium phosphate and calcium chloride), 25 mg of magnesium (as magnesium glycerophosphate), 100 mg of vitamin C, 20 mg of Vitamin B6, 200 mg of ammonium chloride, and 200 mg of betaine HCl with each meal, followed by the same amounts at bedtime. However, once your immediate health concerns are cleared up, I think taking the amounts above once or twice daily is sufficient.
When choosing a product, you must make sure to look for one that contains calcium in the form of calcium phosphate and calcium chloride, as well as magnesium in the form of magnesium glycerophosphate, as these are the forms that help the body clean away those unwanted calcium deposits on bone (aka bone spurs).
Terry . . . Naturally