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Calcium

Best for

Bone & Joint 

Health

Heart Health

Hair, Skin & Nails

Healthy Aging

Best Taken

Before or after meals

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Calcium Vitamin Info 

Calcium is an essential mineral, meaning that the body does not produce its own calcium. Calcium is important to bone and muscle health, the nervous system, and heart health.

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Calcium is a mineral and is best absorbed when taken with food.

Lactose (from milk) and Vitamin D can enhance calcium absorption, while high fat foods, iron, and caffeine can reduce it.

Calcium can be found in dairy products, dark leafy vegetables, fish with soft edible bones (or bone meal) and calcium fortified products.

Calcium levels can be measured in your blood by a healthcare practitioner to help confirm ideal dosing and safety, however, its health benefits are beyond meeting of sufficient levels in the blood.

Calcium in large doses can be toxic, so keep away from children and consult a healthcare practitioner if you have any concerns about what dose is right for you.

Calcium can interact with some medications. We have accounted for some, as per the lifestyle questionnaire you completed, and adjusted your recommendation. However, it may be indicated to discuss supplementation with your healthcare provider to ensure it's right for you.

Calcium can affect absorption of some drugs. Take 2 hours away from all medications.

Not intended for children. If you are pregnant, may become pregnant or are lactating, do not use these products without first consulting your healthcare provider.

To absorb calcium properly the body also needs adequate Vitamin D.

Most of the calcium in the body is stored within the bones and teeth, keeping them hard and durable. When your calcium intake drops, the body starts to take it from your bones, which can affect long term bone structure.

Calcium can also play a role in nerve function and cardiovascular health.

Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body.