Multi Cal Mag Liquid
We would like to inform you of the following updates to this product.
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Liquid calcium and magnesium supplement with added minerals
• Provides 1,200 mg of calcium and 500 mg of magnesium per day
• Includes nine additional minerals, such as zinc, copper and iron
• Adequate calcium as part of a healthy diet may help prevent bone loss and reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis
• Helps to maintain immune function and healthy bones, hair, nails, and skin
• Helps to reduce tiredness and fatigue caused by iron deficiency anemia
Improved formula• Increased bottle size – now 450mL per bottle (30 x 15mL servings)
• Revised mineral sources - now offering molybdenum citrate and vanadium citrate
Multi Cal Mag Liquid helps support bone health with a combination of calcium and magnesium, plus essential trace minerals. Calcium plays an important role in bone mineralization, and adequate calcium intake is an important factor in developing optimal peak bone mass.1 Similarly, magnesium is involved in the development and maintenance of bones and teeth. Research suggests this mineral may help increase bone mineral density in women, while reducing bone turnover in men.2 Magnesium also has roles in maintaining muscle function by helping to regulate oxygen uptake, energy production and electrolyte balance.3 In addition, Multi Cal Mag Liquid offers nine important minerals. Manganese and zinc further support for bone health by regulating bone formation.4 Zinc has additional roles in helping to maintain immune function, energy metabolism, and healthy hair, nails and skin. Copper helps to produce and repair connective tissue, and plays an important role in maintaining normal iron transport in the body. In turn, iron is involved in red blood cell formation and function, and helps to reduce tiredness and fatigue caused by iron deficiency anemia. Chromium is also included for its ability to maintain normal blood glucose levels, while both iodine and selenium aid in the normal function of the thyroid gland.
1. Weichselbaum, E, Buttriss, JL. Nutr Bull. 2014; 39, 9-73.
2. Palacios, C. Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr. 2006; 46(8): 621-8.
3. Nielsen, FH, Lukaski, HC. Magnes Res. 2006; 19(3): 180-9.
4. Panel on Micronutrients, Subcommittees on Upper Reference Levels of Nutrients and of Interpretation and Use of Dietary Reference Intakes and the SC on the SE of DRI. (2001). Washington, DC: National Academies Press.