Calcium Accumulation In The Soft Tissues Contributes To Disorders

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 18 (Bernama) — An ecologically oriented complementary medical research concludes that the imbalance of body fluids that results in the accumulation of calcium in the soft tissues of the body contributes to many of the disorders common to humans, contrary to many established scientific opinions.Ecologist Dr V.M. Palaniappan who has conducted disease prevention studies for more than three decades says his findings are poised to revolutionise the field of health science.

I am optimistic that the people of the world would soon realise of this significant finding which in fact provides a viable strategy for leading a life free from health related problems,” said the former University Malaya don, affectionately known as Dr Palani.


Dr Palani, when met at his office in Bandar Sri Damansara near here, said he strongly believes that there are other contributing factors for even those diseases that are now being accepted as genetically linked.

Dr Palani begs to differ from the conventional wisdom on how health problems originate, as his studies and observation have revealed some interesting patterns all directly or indirectly linked to fluid (water) imbalance and related calcium accumulation in the soft tissues.

He firmly believes that a person drinking about 2 to 21/2 litres of water daily and voiding nearly all of it through 8-10 urinations, so as to maintain the Liquid Input-Urine Output Ratio at 1.0 all the time, and eating moderate quantities of any food, avoiding accumulation of poisons from external and internal sources, and doing his day-to-day physical activities without any sweat-inducing exercises need not worry of health problems with the exception of common cold.

The latter should be considered as a body-friendly illness, for it sets right the acid-alkaline balance of the body, which is a must for the well being of humans.


Liberal water consumption (about 4 litres daily), under-urination (less than 4 times), sweat-inducing activities which include strenuous physical exercises, hot-water bath and usage of fan at rapid speed give rise to asthma, nagging cough, sinus problem, profuse sweating and frequent urination called diabetes insipidus.

Under-urination (less than thrice daily) with about 1 to 4 litres of water intake and avoiding carbohydrates and sugars give rise to the type-2 diabetes mellitus and pregnancy diabetes.

Chronic constipation and sweat-inducing activities appear to cause further deterioration of all the three types of diabetes mentioned above. Dr Palani is also of the opinion that excessive carbohydrate or sugar consumption, and along with under-urination (irrespective of the quantity of water consumed) causes insulin-dependent diabetes alone and has nothing to do with other health problems.

Extreme reduction in water intake (e.g. less than 200 ml daily), colossal under-urination (e.g. 100ml daily) and chronic constipation could give rise to leprosy as well. Dr Palani says the bacterium called Mycobacterium leprae is only a secondary invader and it does not give rise to leprosy on its own.

The duodenal ulcer occurs due to the shortage of energy from food, and the bacteria H. pylori that is said to be the culprit for the disease is only a secondary invader.


Accumulation of excessive calcium in the soft tissues of the body due to under-urination (e.g. less than 3 times daily), reduced water consumption (e.g. half litre daily), chronic constipation, and taking calcium and vitamin-D enriched foods give rise to the following problems: disease-causing obesity, breast lumps, cysts, fibroids, pregnancy outside the womb, cervical cancer, reduced sex drive, female and male sterility, delayed puberty, erratic menses, early menopause, white discharge, whitening of the skin called vitiligo, kidney stones, prostate problems, eye-bags, swelling of thyroid gland, high blood pressure, increase in the size and number of white blood cells, myelocytic leukaemia, blood vessel thickening and heart blockages, heart pain, heart attacks, strokes in men, tumours and most of the cancers and partial deafness.

According to Dr Palani, the same set of causes described above is also responsible for osteoporosis and massive heart attack in women soon after menopause. Again, the same set of causes, coupled with over-straining activities like marathon run may cause lymphatic leukaemia. On the other hand, severe exposure to harmful radiation and intake poisonous chemicals tend to cause acute myeloid leukaemia. Although excessive calcium gives rise to several major diseases, it also provides tremendous immunity against viral infections.


On the other hand, Dr Palani pointed out that excessive-urination (e.g. more than 14 times daily) after consuming excessive water (e.g. more than 4 litres daily) could give rise to the following health problems: skeletal body, duodenal ulcer, low blood pressure, rapid heart beat, tension and stress, under-developed breasts, severe pre-menstrual pain, erratic menses, short-sightedness, hyperactive behaviour in children, rheumatism, arthritis, gout, pre-mature grey hair, sore throat, common cold, and loss of immunity against viral diseases.

He explained that a drastic reduction in food consumption alone, without increasing water intake and urination, would not help in the prevention of disorders and diseases. Furthermore, since sweat-out exercises tend to reduce the quantity of urination, they would only speed up the development of all the major health problems.

Besides causing the deterioration of diseases, chronic constipation appears to be responsible for increased cholesterol and sugar levels in the blood, cancer in the colon and also certain skin diseases.

Dr Palani is currently conducting group therapy programmes for the needy, and is also busy writing his next book on diabetes. He can be contacted at tel: (6-03) 62722284 or e-mail: