Calcium Connection : The Little-known Enzyme at the Root of Your Cellular Health
by Broady, Brunde; Lacey, Karen (CON); Wilson, Lyle (CON); Dahl, Russell, Ph.D. (FRW)







Forewordix
Russell Dahl
Prefacexii
Acknowledgmentsxxi
SECTION ONE WHAT IS CALCIUM ATPASE?
Chapter One What's the Big Deal about Calcium ATPase?
3(4)
Chapter Two How Calcium ATPase Works
7(10)
SECTION TWO DISEASES ASSOCIATED WITH REDUCED CALCIUM ATPASE
Chapter Three Obesity
17(8)
Chapter Four Diabetes
25(14)
Chapter Five Cancer
39(10)
Chapter Six The Brain: Neurodegeneration and Neurodevelopment
49(8)
Chapter Seven Inflammation
57(6)
Chapter Eight High Blood Pressure and Atherosclerosis
63(6)
Chapter Nine Heart Attacks and Strokes
69(4)
Chapter Ten Heart Failure and Atrial Fibrillation
73(6)
Chapter Eleven Muscle Strength
79(8)
Chapter Twelve Sleep
87(8)
SECTION THREE THE ENEMIES OF CALCIUM ATPASE
Chapter Thirteen Environmental Toxins
95(26)
Chapter Fourteen Pesticides
121(8)
Chapter Fifteen Food and Toxins
129(8)
Chapter Sixteen Prescription and OTC Drugs
137(6)
Chapter Seventeen Recreational Drugs
143(6)
Chapter Eighteen Stress
149(6)
SECTION FOUR THE CALCIUM ATPASE MAX PROTOCOL (CAMP)
Chapter Nineteen CAMP Toxin-Reduction Plan
155(26)
Chapter Twenty CAMP Flexible Food and Nutrition Plan
181(38)
Chapter Twenty-One CAMP Targeted Exercise Plan
219(6)
Chapter Twenty-Two CAMP Stress-Reduction Plan
225(10)
Chapter Twenty-Three Future Directions
235


Did you know that one single enzyme impacts your odds of contracting most deadly diseases and health conditions?

An enormous body of reputable research into this enzyme has been isolated, ignored, and misunderstood by medical experts. The importance of this enzyme simply cannot be overstated.

The Calcium Connection: The Little-Known Enzyme at the Root of Your Cellular Health delivers a clear explanation of this enzyme&;s function and outlines the steps you can take to gain optimal enzyme health. The accessible, information-packed format teaches you all about Calcium ATPase: how it works, what happens when it goes awry, and easy, practical methods to bring it back into balance and protect it&;and your overall health. Whether you&;re a health enthusiast, environmentalist, parent, or just want to be better informed, this book will help you boost your health now and into the future.
 
Brunde Broady recounts her tireless quest to find a cure for her son Knute&;s compromised health since being whisked away and kept in ICU after birth. The medical establishment could only help manage his condition, but not diagnose or cure him. Doing her own research and documenting everything Knute ate and his reactions to certain foods, she came across two ubiquitous food additives. Diving deeper, she learned how Calcium ATPase, a fundamental regulator of intercellular calcium, is negatively impacted, not only by these additives, but by a torrent of other inhibitors.
 
Knute&;s health is a testament to Brunde&;s discoveries, and The Calcium Connection gives readers a front-row seat to understanding how to maintain optimized cellular health.
 





When Brunde Broady&;s infant son experienced an onslaught of health issues that conventional medicine could neither define nor treat, she began her own research-based quest for answers. Over the course of ten years, she pulled together hundreds of threads from scientific journal articles and revealed the importance of the enzyme Calcium ATPase. Broady has a Yale MBA and has received patents in both the United States and China related to her work on Calcium ATPase. Her goal is to share her knowledge with as many people as possible to help them make educated health and lifestyle decisions.

Russell Dahl has co-authored over eighty scientific publications and is an inventor with over fifty patent applications. He is a former Professor of Neuroscience and Medicinal Chemistry and received his PhD in organic chemistry from the University of California, San Diego as a DuPont pharmaceuticals fellow and has additional training in molecular pharmacology from Stanford University. Russell is the CEO and scientific founder of Neurodon. Previously, he led all small molecule research at Celladon, where he was responsible for progressing a diverse small molecule pipeline into the clinic.

 






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