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Calcium Magnesium with Zinc Powder 100g

R204.74

40 in stock

  • OSTEOPOROSIS
  • CARDIO PROTECTIVE
  • CELL PROTECTION
  • PRE-MENSTRUAL SYNDROME
  • FATIGUE
  • FIBROMYALIGIA
  • MIGRAINES / TENSION HEADACHES
  • IMMUNE SUPPORT
  • BONE HEALTH
  • ANTI-ARTHRITIC
  • MALE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
  • COLLAGEN PRODUCTION
  • MINERAL CHELATION

 

The NIH consensus panel on osteoporosis have suggested an intake of 1000mg/day of calcium by estrogen replete premenopausal women and for postmenopausal women treated with estrogen.

An intake of 1500mg/day is suggested for untreated postmenopausal women. Up to 2500mg calcium/day is suggested as an upper safety level.

Potential applications: This combination of minerals provides support for a wide range of applications including; osteoporosis or bone fractures, neuro-muscular disorders e.g. fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), cardiovascular conditions e.g. hypertension, the elderly, and sports nutrition (zinc, magnesium, and malic acid are required for efficient energy metabolism (ATP production).

Other applications include hypertension in pregnancy, pre-eclampsia, PMS, PCOS, muscle cramps, hearing loss, bronchial constriction, insulin resistance, acne, male sexual function, and macular degeneration.

Known contraindications: Patients with hyperparathyroidism, severe heart disease or cancer should consult their physician before introducing calcium/magnesium supplementation.

Interactions: Vitamin D is required for effective absorption of calcium. Daily exposure to sunshine, regular exercise and a multi-nutrient formula containing vitamin D and other synergistic nutrients is suggested for optimum bone protection.

Calcium in either food or supplemental form has been shown to inhibit iron absorption by 49 to 62% when ingested together.

Caffeine increases urinary output of calcium.

Useful links: Fibromyalgia – ‘High Five’ multi-vitamin and mineral, Rhodiola, Hemp seed oil, Co-Q10

Note – Interestingly the calcium found in broccoli is twice as bio-available as that found in cow’s milk.

Physical deficiency signs that correlate with a low zinc status include poor night vision, growth retardation, testicular atrophy, mouth ulcers, a white coating on the tongue, and marked halitosis.

Directions: As a food supplement, stir one level teaspoon into a small amount of water or juice and drink immediately.  Best taken after evening meal, or as directed by your healthcare professional.

One level teaspoon (approx 3.5g) provides:

Ingredient Weight %EC NRV
Calcium (carbonate, citrate) 400mg 50
Magnesium (oxide, citrate) 300mg 80
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 500mg 625
Zinc (citrate) 10mg 100
In a base of malic acid 973mg
This product is sold by weight not by volume. Please be aware that settling will occur.

 

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