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Liquid Calcium+D3
Enhance bone density and prevent arthralgia
Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human body, which contains approximately 1.2 Kg, 99% of which is stored Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human body, which contains approximately 1.2 Kg, 99% of which is stored in bones and teeth, with the remaining 1% present in the blood and other bodily tissues. The skeleton acts as a reservoir for calcium; if the intake of calcium is insufficient, bones become depleted in calcium. Dietary sources of calcium include dairy products, fish and some green vegetables. Oxalic acid, which is found in some green vegetables like spinach, is a potent inhibitor of calcium absorption. The body is best equipped to absorb calcium and build up bone tissues up to the age of 35, after which bone density is lost at a rate of approximately 0.3% per year (1% in post-menopausal women).
Calcium cannot be absorbed without vitamin D, which is made in the skin in response to sunlight (vitamin D levels decline with age, and a daily intake of 200-400 IU/day is required). Vitamin D3, promotes calcium absorption from the small intestine, and vitamin K stimulates the formation of bone tissue by promoting the absorption of calcium into bones. Vitamin K is produced by beneficial bacteria that occur in the intestinal tract, and is also found in green leafy vegetables. Vitamin K deficiency may occur after prolonged treatment with antibiotics, which may cause depletion of beneficial intestinal bacteria.
Many adults receive just half the amount of calcium they require from the diet each day. Calcium supplements are available in a variety of chemical forms, most commonly calcium carbonate, calcium citrate, calcium gluconate and calcium phosphate. The elemental calcium provided varies with chemical form, e.g. calcium carbonate provides 40% elemental calcium, whereas calcium gluconate provides only 9% elemental calcium. The lower the elemental calcium content, the more tablets that are required to meet recommended intakes.

Product Features
1.Liquid calcium carbonate made from natural marine pearl shells.
2.Vitamin D3 is specially added to enhance the bioavailability of calcium.
3.Liquid calcium is easy to be absorbed and less likely to cause constipation.

Nutritional Effects
1.Strengthen the teeth and bones, prevent and relieve waist soreness, leg pain and foot and leg spasm caused by acalcerosis.
2.Maintain the normal excitation of muscles and nerves and strengthen the conduction function of nervous system.
3.Reduce accumulation of aluminum in human body, lower cholesterol level and prevent senile dementia, hypertension and other cardiovascular diseases.

Suitable for
1.Children with night crying or night sweating.
2.Adolescents in development period.
3.Females in gestational period or lactation period.
4.People suffering from waist soreness, backache, spasm and osteoporosis.
5.People disliking milk or milk products.