Each Tablet Provides:
Calcium (as carbonate) 450mg
Calcium (as hydroxyapatite) 50 mg
Magnesium (as oxide) 150 mg
Manganese (as amino acid chelate) 1 mg
Boron (as borax) 500mcg Folic acid 150mcg
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 1mg
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) 1mcg
Vitamin K1 (phytomenadione) 40mcg
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol 5mcg) 200IU
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 30mg
Also contains: Tabletting aids, colour - natural.
No Added: Gluten, wheat, egg, artifical flavours, artifical sweeteners
- Calcium is an essential mineral that your body requires (along with Vitamin D) for healthy bones and teeth. It also works with Vitamin D to maintain healthy blood clotting, and heart and muscle action.
- A good Calcium intake helps to reduce fractures by supporting bone strength. Low dietary Calcium levels can create bone Calcium losses, which can lead to bone pain and osteoporosis.
- On its own, Calcium plays a role in transmitting nerve signals, helping muscles to contract, regulating hormones, and maintaining electrolyte balance.
- The Calcium in Healtheries Osteo Calcium tablets comes from two sources:
- Calcium Carbonate, which comes from natural limestone.
- Calcium Hydroxyapatite, an extremely well-absorbed Calcium form that’s identical to the natural Calcium in your bones.
- For best absorption, always take your Calcium supplement with a meal.
- Your body uses Magnesium to help maintain a healthy nervous system and support emotional balance.
- Magnesium helps to balance out the Calcium levels in your body. It also helps to keep Calcium soluble, which assists in preventing stones or spurs from forming.
- Magnesium can help to relax tense or cramping muscles.
- High sugar, coffee, fat, and alcohol intake can reduce your Magnesium levels. Low Magnesium levels can then lead to irritability and anxiety.
- Vitamin C assists your body with healing fractures, and helps to prevent osteoporosis.
- Vitamin C also supports your body in transporting Calcium through cell membranes.
- Vitamin D helps your body to absorb and use the Calcium and Phosphorus from your diet. If you imagine Calcium as needing to pass through a locked door to enter your bones, Vitamin D would be the key to the door.
- Vitamin D may also play a role in healthy immunity.
- Vitamin K supports bone health by activating Calcitonin, a bone-forming hormone, which transports Calcium into your bones.
- Low Vitamin K levels can increase your risk of bone fractures.
- Boron helps your body to absorb the Calcium you take in, and helps to reduce Calcium excretion so you retain more of it.
- Boron also helps to activate Vitamin D, and increases oestrogen levels (which helps to improve Calcium retention.)
- Folic acid combines with Vitamin B12 to support muscle strength in osteoarthritis patients.
- Vitamin B6 supports the way Calcium functions in your body, and plays a role in joint membrane health.
- Vitamin B6 can also help to relieve muscle and joint pain, and support joint mobility. Low dietary B6 levels can result in muscle weakness.
- Vitamin B12 supports healthy muscles, joints, and tendons.
- Manganese also supports the way Calcium functions in your body, and it helps to enhance bones growth and repair.
- Manganese is also essential for cartilage health.
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