Nutritional Fundamentals for Health
Science-based calcium, magnesium and vitamin D3 for bone health
Bone mass and vitamin D synthesis decrease with aging and inactivity in women and men. Reducing bone loss delays the onset of weakness, thus lowering fracture risk. Peak bone mass is determined by genetics, body weight, weight-bearing activity, and intake of nutrients composing the bone matrix and/or regulating its metabolism. Adequate calcium intake is important to prevent bone resorption and osteoporosis, and higher magnesium intakes have been positively associated with bone mineral density. Vitamin D3 is essential for maintaining calcium levels and increases calcium absorption from the intestine.
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Calcium (from calcium citrate) 110 mg
Magnesium (from magnesium citrate) 75 mg
Vitamin D (vitamin D3) 2.5 mcg (100 IU)
All ingredients listed for this product lot number have been validated by a third-party laboratory for identity, potency, and purity.