Calcium and Our Parathyroid Glands

Parathyroid glands are small glands of the endocrine system which are located in the neck behind the thyroid.Parathyroid glands control the calcium in our bodies–how much calcium is in our bones, and how much calcium is in our blood. Calcium is the most important element in our bodies (we use it to control many systems), so calcium is regulated very carefully. Parathyroid glands control the calcium.

CALCIUM and what it does in our bodies. We use many elements in our bodies to perform all the different functions of life.  Calcium is essential to life, and is used primarily for three things:

1. To provide the electrical energy for our nervous system.

2. To provide the electrical energy for our muscular system.

3. To provide strength to our skeletal system.

Thus, calcium is the most closely regulated element in our bodies.  In fact, calcium is the ONLY element / mineral that has its own regulatory system (the parathyroid glands).  There are no other glands in our bodies that regulate any other element. Why?  Because its our nervous system that separates us from all other plant and animal life–and calcium provides the electrical system for our nervous system. When our calcium levels get elevated (almost always due to a bad parathyroid gland). The ONLY purpose of the parathyroid glands is to regulate the calcium level in our bodies within a very narrow range so that the nervous and muscular systems can function properly. This is all they do. They measure the amount of calcium in the blood every minute of every day… and if the calcium levels go down a little bit, the parathyroid glands recognize it and make parathyroid hormone (PTH) which goes to the bones and takes some calcium out

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