Calcium & Magnesium
What are Calcium and Magnesium?
Calcium is the strongest mineral in our bodies and is found in our bones and teeth. As calcium can’t be produced by our body, we need to make sure to get our share of calcium through our diet or dietary supplements. Teenagers, pregnant women, breastfeeding women, elderly people and athletes have an especially high calcium requirement.
Magnesium has numerous functions in the human body. It effects the transmission of nerve impulses to the muscle, the release of adrenaline and bone mineralization. It is also responsible for the activation of over 300 enzymes in the metabolism. As an inhibitor of blood clotting, magnesium can prevent thromboses (blood clots). About 60% of the magnesium in the body is bound to the bone, the rest in various organs and tissues; only about 1% of the total amount is dissolved in the blood.
Benefits of Calcium
- Normalizes Functioning of Digestive Enzymes
- Normalizes Blood Coagulation
- Normalizes Energy Metabolism
- Reduces Fatigue
- Normalizes Functioningof the Nervous System
- Normalizes Muscle Function
- Normalizes Mental Function
- Preserves Healthy Bones & Teeth
Calcium Carbonate, Magnesium Oxide, filler: (Microcrystalline Cellulose E460), release agent: (Magnesium salts of fatty acids E572).
(à 1,65g = 148,5g) ℮