SupHerb - Calcium Citrate with D3-400 - 90 tablets - Kosher Made in Israel
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Each SupHerb Calcium Citrate with vitamin D3-400 tablet contains:
Calcium Citrate (as Calcium Citrate)........ 300 mg
Vitamin D3 ......... 400IU
1-2 tablets daily, with meals.
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Calcium is an important mineral found mostly in the bones and teeth and about 1% in the blood. The bone is a living tissue that breaks down and is built throughout our lives. It is made up of a collagen protein that gives the flexible frame and calcium phosphate used as a reinforcing material. Other participants required to build normal bone tissue are vitamin D, various hormones such as calcitonin, estrogens and testosterone, parathyroid and others.
When the process of bone erosion overcomes the rate of its construction, the bone is weakened and pierced, and may break down spontaneously. The disease in its early stages is called osteopenia, and when osteoporosis is often talked about osteoporosis. Bone weakness can be caused by a deficiency in one of the bone building components, such as calcium deficiency, vitamin D and lack of hormones, lack of physical activity. Nutrition, and a defective lifestyle, various drugs and diseases that harm the bone and build it from infancy
Calcium is the main mineral in our bodies responsible for maintaining bone health and increasing its density and strength.
Calcium as a dietary supplement is also essential for women during pregnancy to normal fetal development and to prevent symptoms such as hypertension and pregnancy poisoning.
Vitamin D belongs to the family of vitamins that are soluble in oil and essential for the absorption and assimilation of minerals in the bones and maintenance of strong teeth. Vitamin D deficiency is common in the population due to vegetarian diets, lack of exposure to the sun and use of sunscreen.
The combination of calcium citrate and vitamin D ensures high absorption and absorption in the body.
This product is not a medicine and is not intended to replace medical treatment.
The information above is not controlled by the Ministry of Health