Lots of calcium doesn’t make bones more dense (70% of bone volume is protein, not minerals). But it does accumulate in plaques and other stroke risk abundance: https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/JAHA.117.005795
Just a reminder that the prominent scientific, medical, and nutritional opinions of 1950 were overturned a thousand times since. The benefits of calcium and milk, which the dairy cabal kept foisting on us through the 80s, was not only overblown, it was dead wrong.
This is doubly infuriating when you research Vitamin D and discover that its role in the allocation of calcium was understood in the 1930s. If you still think you need piles of calcium and that’s good enough, you are quite literally working on a worldview that was outdated 90 years ago.
As far as mechanism is concerned, calcium without accompanying vitamin D and K2 is not just worthless, it’s harmful.