Are you getting enough calcium?


Magnesium Magnesium helps the body maintain normal level of calcium, as well as potassium, phosphorus, adrenaline and insulin. It has also been shown to support the normal transport of calcium inside cells.

Vitamin K2 This vitamin helps the body get calcium in the right place (e.g, into the bones structures instead of the arterial vessel walls). This helps vitamin K2, along with calcium, maintain the body’s bone mass and promote elasticity of blood vessels.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D promotes the absorption of calcium and phosphorus, and supports the production of several proteins involved in calcium absorption and storage. Studies have also shown the combination of calcium and vitamin D to have other benefits, including:

  • Lower risk by type 2 diabetes in pre-diabetics

  • Promoting strong hard bones

  • Regulation of the immune system

  • Support of healthy body weight

RECOMMENDED INTAKE OF CALCIUM

10,000,000 of US adults suffer from osteoporosis, 80% of those are women.

In females, bone loss has three phases: