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PACKAGING

120 soft gels/Bot

INGREDIENT LIST

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Directions

Take 2 soft gels daily with meals or as advised by your doctor

Important:

1) STORE IN A COOL, DRY PLACE

2) REFRIGERATE AFTER OPENING

3) KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

Complete Calcium

Wynn-Wright Liquid Calcium 

The marine soft-gels are easy on the stomach and allow optimum assimilation

and bioavailability, over traditional calcium supplements. 

 

The liquid calcium in this bottle is combined with magnesium, vitamin D3 and zinc.


Liquid Calcium is more easily digested and absorbed by the intestines for the elderly who may lack sufficient stomach acid to digest other calcium supplements.

 

Beyond Serum Calcium Results

 

Calcium is the most abundantly stored mineral within the human body,and even tiny changes in serum calcium activate an immediate response, whereby the body leaches calcium from other parts of the body – particularly the bones – in order to prevent hypocalcemia.

 

Thus, serum calcium test results alone are not reflective of actual calcium levels in the body.

Functions of Calcium

Because the ability to absorb calcium from food sources decreases with age, correct supplementation is vital for the body to maintain the ability to build and re-mineralize bones throughout one’s life.

In addition to bone health, calcium is also important in the areas of dental health (re-mineralizing teeth and keeping alveolar bone intact), muscular and vascular contraction, nerve transmission, intracellular signaling, and hormonal secretion.

Magnesium, Zinc and Vitamin D3, to enhance the benefits of calcium

Calcium, magnesium, zinc and Vitamin D3 work together to build strong bones. 
Magnesium ensures proper metabolism of calcium and keeps the heart and other muscles healthy.

 

In fact, magnesium deficiency has been linked to conditions such as cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and atherosclerosis. 

 

Zinc enhances the growth of bone matter and tissue repair and regeneration within the body, moderating one’s immune response to inflammation. 

The body needs Vitamin D3 to absorb calcium, and one of the best sources of it includes sunlight; therefore those living modern, sedentary lifestyles indoors run a greater risk of being deficient in Vitamin D3.

 

Furthermore, the combination of Magnesium, Zinc, Calcium and Vitamin D has been shown to be beneficial in the management of gestational diabetes and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).  

Groups most likely to suffer from calcium deficiency include women, the elderly, those suffering from lactose or milk protein allergies, and those who abstain from dairy.

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