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Natural Vitality Calm Plus Calcium

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Calcium requires magnesium in order to be utilized by the body. Magnesium, on the other hand, does not require any calcium. Calcium should never be taken on its own because it will pull magnesium out of body parts in order to assimilate. Not only will one not get the calcium his body requires, but he will deplete the body's supply of the essential mineral magnesium.

Magnesium is necessary for every major biochemical process, such as digestions, energy production and the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats. It is also needed for bone strength, muscle strength and proper functioning of the heart and nervous system.

Calcium facts:

Calcium is an important essential nutrient, but it must be balanced by adequate magnesium if it is not to cause damage to the cells and body as a whole.

Unabsorbed calcium can get into soft tissues-such as arteries, heart cells and joints-causing these to calcify or harden.

Too much calcium can also cause brittle bones. Calcium carbonate is what blackboard chalk is made of. Think of what happens when you drop a piece of chalk on the floor.

There is an average of 10 times more calcium than magnesium in our present diet.

This is why everyone doesn't need to take supplemental calcium. If you are already getting enough calcium from your diet, you should take Natural Calm to balance your calcium intake and restore healthy magnesium levels.

The daily requirement for calcium is 1,000-1,200 mg for adults with up to 1,500 for older women.

This is the requirement for calcium-not supplemental calcium.

You need to factor in the calcium you are getting in your diet.

For example:

A cup of General Mills Cornflakes or Raisin Bran has 1,000 mg of calcium.

An 8 oz container of low fat yogurt has 415 mg of calcium.

1 cup of lowfat milk has 290 mg of calcium.

It is estimated that the average diet contains 600 mg of calcium a day. How much calcium would you be getting if you also took 1,200 mg of supplemental calcium?

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