New Calcium Research Questionable Says Council For Responsible Nutrition

The British Medical Journal recently published a study indicating that women who had a higher dietary intake of calcium exceeding 1400mg/day and also used supplements had a higher all-cause and cardiovascular death rate compared to those not taking supplements. However, Taylor Wallace, Ph.D, senior director, scientific regulatory affairs for the Council for Responsible Nutrition released a statement condemning the study saying it “did not demonstrate a cause and effect relationship between calcium and heart health or all-cause mortality”.  She goes on to say that there are specific flaws within the study and its methodology.  She also says, “it did not adjust for the role of hormone replacement therapy (HRT), and since science has gone back and forth as to whether HRT helps or hurts the heart, the jury is out as to how this might influence the findings.”

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