- A factor in the maintenance of good health.
- Helps in the normal development and maintenance of bones and teeth.
- Calcium intake, when combined with sufficient Vitamin D, a healthy diet and regular exercise, may reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis.
- elps the body to metabolize proteins, fats, and carbohydrates.
Bone Loss Begins in Your 30s Thin, fragile bones are not just a concern for the elderly, but for young people as well. Bone loss actually begins around age 30. Thats why you should start strengthening your bones now. Salus® Calcium Magnesium is a trusted bone supplement designed to support everyones need for a highly absorbable tonic that ensures calcium goes where its neededin the bones, instead of soft tissue. Salus® minerals are already dissolved in liquid form, promoting maximum absorption for stronger, healthier bones. Small changes can make a big difference. Salus® Calcium Magnesium, combined with a fun exercise regime and a well-rounded diet of mineral-rich foods, gives you the tools you need to build and maintain great bonesfor a lifetime. Easy lifestyle ideas for strong bones: Eat fresh, whole foods high in calcium and magnesium: dark leafy vegetables, sesame seeds, chickpeas, broccoli and yogurt Limit soft drinks, caffeine, sugar, salt and processed foods as they increase mineral loss from the body Participate in strength-training and weight-bearing (walking, tennis, dancing, running, yoga) exercises at least 3 times a week Benefits Salus® Calcium Magnesium is a factor in maintaining good health and supports the calcium and magnesium needs of men, women and children Calcium gluconate and calcium lactate are highly soluble organic compounds of calcium suitable for use in liquid solutions and are rapidly absorbed throughout the digestive tract Calcium gluconate and lactate are able to utilize both types of absorption sites in the small intestine - active transport sites located at the beginning of the small intestine and passive diffusion sites located in the more alkaline environment at the end of the small intestine A higher magnesium to calcium ratio helps lessen the risk of calcification problems
- Calcium77 mg
- Magnesium93 mg
- Vitamin D33 µg
- Zinc2 mg
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