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CALCIUM


THE BREAKDOWN
  • Maintains strong heart and steady nerves
  • Keeps a level blood pressure
  • Allows for flexible muscles
  • Prevents blood clots


IN THE BODY
In order for Calcium to be absorbed properly, an ample amount of Vitamin D is essential.


WITHDRAWALS
Without the proper amount of Calcium, the body will experience weak bones and shaky nerves. There is also a chance that a deficiency in this area will lead to colon cancer or pre-eclampsia of pregnancy.


NATURAL FORMS
Natural forms of Calcium are found in dairy products and vegetables (mostly lettuce, spinach and other such greens).


DAILY DOSE
  • Men (14-18) 1300 mg (Over 50) 1200 mg
  • Women (14-18) 1000 mg (Over 50) 1200 mg
  • During pregnancy (1000 mg)
  • During Lactation (1000 mg)



OVER DOSAGE
If taken in excess, you may experience vomiting, and nausea. It may also cause damages to the muscles and kidneys.


AGENTS
Magnesium and Phosphorus help Calcium perform its functions inside the body.


SUPPLEMENTS
Calcium supplements are used to prevent heart disease, high blood pressure, damaged kidneys, treat stones (either kidney or bladder) or help with dehydration and constipation. Osteoporosis can also be treated with these supplements.


WARNINGS
If you have a history of any of the above mentioned body malfunctions, you should consult a doctor before taking any supplements



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