Michael is AlgaeCal’s Editor in Chief, and was born in Toronto, Ontario. He is responsible for most of AlgaeCal’s writing material such as blog posts, and you might recognize his face from the AlgaeCal newsletters as well.
Outside of work, Mike pursues both sporting and creative pursuits. He enjoys beach volleyball, cycling hockey, baseball and snowboarding, but also uses digital technology to compose his own music; merging and stacking layers of instruments and vocals, one-by-one, to make a full band sound.
Many people are beginning to discover, and are intrigued by a new type of calcium supplement that is made entirely from plants. It is called AlgaeCal and it is the only plant calcium supplement on the market sourced from South Read on! →
A new massive study involving over 9000 people has found that women can reduce their risk of death by 22% – by simply taking a calcium supplement! Given the negligible cost and time it takes to swallow a calcium pill, Read on! →
It is very typical that most calcium supplements (that usually only have added vitamin D) often cause constipation – as well other gastrointestinal issues like bloating, gas, and cramps, or all of them! There’s a good chance that you have Read on! →
We receive several emails a week asking, “What are the causes of osteoporosis in women and men?” 1. Soda Consumption Soda drinks pack a one-two punch that can result in a bone brittle knock out! The first uppercut your bones Read on! →
Plant calcium is becoming increasingly popular thanks to Dr. Oz declaring to his audience of millions that he “adores” AlgaeCal Plant Calcium for it’s ability to prevent what he feels is the true leading cause of death, frailty, on his Read on! →
You’ve heard that osteoporosis is called the ‘silent killer’. But why is it? Because it sneaks up quietly without warning. It is a disease characterized by weak, thin, porous bones that makes fracture (and dire complications from it) highly likely. A combination of a poor diet and lack of exercise is generally the cause. Read on! →
Almost 99% of the mass of the human body is made up of oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorus. Magnesium is one of a select few minerals that make up the remaining 1%. It may seem insignificant, especially when Read on! →
Joint health, optimal hormones, inflammation, energy, libido, clean kidneys, strong bones, etc… Boron, a semi metal, (meaning it has similarities with metals and non-metals) that is #5 on the periodic table, is not a well known star mineral, but still Read on! →
Everyone knows the Holidays can be hard on your wallet and your waistline. Unfortunately that’s not where it ends. For many reasons, the festive season can be hard on your bones too. Or to be more accurate, the Holidays can Read on! →
Bone fractures are very serious to our health as we age. More than you may think. Consider that the 6-month mortality rate from hip fractures and the complications that result is 13.5%! (1) By year 2 the mortality rate from Read on! →