They can become tough, brittle, hard, like a dry crunchy sponge instead of a soft squishy sponge. They can become HARD, but they don't turn to bone."
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the western acidic diet high in processed food fat and protein, drives calcium out of the bones and holds calcium from food around the body to neutralise the acidity, in the process calcification.
pasteurised milk is a form of calcium the body finds hard to assimilate into bones and cells, building up as calcification.
vegans have better bone density and little calcification than meat and dairy food eaters.
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