What are Heel Spurs?
Heel spurs are tiny growths out of the heel bone. They often form near the point where the heel bone connects to the plantar fascia (see heel spur picture). Heel spurs are the same thing as bone spurs. They are bone spurs that form on the heel bone.
What Causes Heel Spur Pain?
There are many tissues (such as the plantar fascia) and nerves that surround the bottom of the foot. When a heel spur develops, it often rubs against such tissues causing inflammation and pokes against the nerves. These factors can cause extreme pain.
You may notice that heel spur pain often decreases after walking. This is because the nerves adjust around the heel spur as you move. This may reduce the amount of pain temporarily. However, you may notice that after periods of rest, such as after getting out of bed in the morning, you pain can become extreme again - sometimes unbearable.
Eliminate Your Heel Spurs
To eliminate your heel spurs and thus your pain, you must get to the root of the heel spur problem. You must understand what causes heel spurs to develop in the first place.
There are many hard-to-believe theories on the cause of heel spurs. After many years of hearing what works for different people, our conclusion on the matter is this:
Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body, but it may also be the most deficient. The amount of calcium that we absorb from our food varies widely. One factor is age. An adolescent may absorb up to 75% of the calcium obtained from foods, while in adults the maximum absorption rate ranges from 20% to 30%. Even though our bones feel solid and seem permanent, they're just like any other body tissue - they're constantly being broken down and formed again. In an adult, 20% of bone calcium is withdrawn from bones and replaced each year, thus, every five years the bones are renewed.
Calcium is found in the extra cellular fluids and soft tissues of the body where it is vital to normal cell functioning. Much of the calcium in soft tissues is concentrated in muscle, although it is contained in the membrane and cytoplasm of every cell. The role of calcium is so vital in these fluids and tissues that if it's supply runs low the body will actually leach calcium from its own bones.
Many people that suffer from heel spurs find relief when they properly supplement their diet daily with "good" Calcium. The reason for this is that the body, when deficient of calcium, begins to leach calcium from the bones. In many people this happens to be in the heel of the foot or some other weak area of the body. As the calcium is being leached, it forms an eruption (similar to a volcano). This eruption is the heel spur. When the body is fed the right amount of "good" Calcium, the eruption subsides - along with the pain.
The best way to eliminate this "leaching process" (calcium deficiency) SAFELY, is to supplement your diet with a specially tested formulation of calcium along with the other vital minerals mentioned above.
Important: The calcium must be carefully formulated to be easily digested - to accomplish the "good" calcium environment in building healthy body/bone cells.
Back in September of 1987 a lady from Cleveland, Ohio told us how to find relief from heel spurs without surgery. She suggested a particular brand of nutrients which includes calcium plus other vital minerals. This application provides a special blend of nine essential nutrients which together play a vital role in providing improved health, and as you will read on this website, many people are happy with the results it has provided in diminishing heel spurs. Most people say they receive results within 3-6 weeks or even sooner! Each situation varies depending on the size of the spur and the amount of damage that it has done to the surrounding tissues.
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