Ayurveda firstly it has never asked anybody and everybody to be veg. or a non-veg.; it has only discussed properties of every type of food be it rice or fish, and left upon individual choice and need for what one practice. Going by words, if so, a non-veg with proper Agni only will get Vitamin B 12 from a food source, but, if so, then why in earlier times the vegetarian was not heard of B12 deficiency! Our answer for veggies is here, in earlier Indian traditional food included many fermented products like gruel, curd, buttermilk, etc. regularly.
Herbs in Ayurveda help to replenish the calcium levels in the human body in a natural way and strengthen the body immune from within.
Natural supplements strengthen the body from within, unlike the artificial ones that develop higher levels of calcium serum in the blood which holds the danger of developing calcification in the arteries and other body tissues.
Amp up the supportive nutrients level: When it comes to strengthening bones and stabilising calcium levels , there is a need to maintain a proper dosage of Vitamin D, Vitamin K2, and Magnesium.
Vitamin D isn’t really a vitamin, at least not like other vitamins, most of which are either antioxidants or co-factors or coenzymes. Instead, it is a prohormone, created when ultraviolet B rays activate a form of cholesterol in the epidermis. The liver and the kidneys turn this precursor into a potent steroid hormone that turns proteins on (or off) at some 2,700 binding sites on the genome, influencing more than 200 genes. As the Vitamin D Council points out, “those binding sites are near genes involved in virtually every known major disease of humans.”