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Calcium Citrate

Calcium Citrate
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Calcium Citrate is a highly absorbable form of calcium. Calcium is needed for:

  • The maintenance of normal teeth
  • The maintenance of normal bones
  • The process of cell division & specialisation
  • It contributes to: normal function of digestive enzymes
  • normal neurotransmission
  • normal muscle function
  • normal energy-yielding metabolism
  • normal blood clotting
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125mg / 100caps
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€ 16.90
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  • Calcium contributes to normal blood clotting
  • Calcium contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism
  • Calcium contributes to normal muscle function
  • Calcium contributes to normal neurotransmission
  • Calcium contributes to the normal function of digestive enzymes
  • Calcium has a role in the process of cell division and specialisation
  • Calcium is needed for the maintenance of normal bones
  • Calcium is needed for the maintenance of normal teeth
  • Magnesium contributes to a reduction of tiredness and fatigue
  • Magnesium contributes to electrolyte balance
  • Magnesium contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism
  • Magnesium contributes to normal functioning of the nervous system
  • Magnesium contributes to normal muscle function
  • Magnesium contributes to normal protein synthesis
  • Magnesium contributes to normal psychological function
  • Magnesium contributes to the maintenance of normal bones
  • Magnesium contributes to the maintenance of normal teeth
  • Magnesium has a role in the process of cell division

Calcium is an essential mineral and approximately 99% is used in the formation of bones and teeth. Calcium is also necessary throughout the body for proper nerve and muscle function as well as normal blood clotting, although only 1% is used in these tissues.

Bones are constantly being broken down and rebuilt.  As we age, we reach a tipping point, where we no longer build the bone as fast as we break it down, so ensuring adequate mineral supplies is always a good idea.

Everyone over the age of about 35 produces less of the hormones needed to build and maintain bone density and women are at greater risk of losing bone density after menopause. They also generally have thinner bones and smaller skeletons, making them more vulnerable to bone density loss.

Men are also affected by bone density loss
Although men do not go through the menopause, they are still at risk of bone density loss, and due to our sedentary life-styles and less nutritious foods, few men have the luxury of the bone density developed by their grandfathers and generations before. 

Calcium and other minerals, combined with weight bearing exercise is highly recommended for men and women of all ages.

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