Calcium

Calcium with Vitamin D supports healthy bones, teeth & muscle function

Athletes and the elderly Bone health Healthy teeth

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1500mg x 60 or 90 soft gel capsules

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Health Benefits of Calcium

Deep Blue Health Calcium supplement is an advanced formula containing 360mg of Calcium along with Vitamin D3 for healthy bone and teeth nutrition.

Calcium and Vitamin D play important roles in maintaining healthy bones, teeth and supporting muscle function. If maintaining an active lifestyle is important to you then you must ensure an adequate supply of Calcium and Vitamin D on a regular basis.

Quality Guarantee

NZ laboratory quality tested. This product is made under internationally recognised HACCP Principles and Good Manufacturing Practices.

  • Each capsule contains 360mg Calcium; 0.05ug Vitamin D3 and other encapsulating materials. No artifical flavours, colours or preservatives.
  • Take one capsule daily with food or as professionally advised.
  • If pregnant, breastfeeding or on prescription medication, check with your doctor first.
  • Q:  What is Osteoporosis?
    A:  Osteoporosis is a disease which causes weak and brittle bones.  It is increasingly common and affects both women and men.

    Q:  How do the nutrients support bone density?
    A:  Calcium is a mineral that is essential for bone strength.  Vitamin D is necessary for the absorption of Calcium from food.  Both of which are important for the maintenance of health bone density.

    Q:  What else can I do to support healthy Calcium absorption?
    A: 
    Be sure to get safe sun exposure and do weight-bearing regularly.  Reduce alcohol and caffeine intake and if you smoke cigarettes, consider stopping.

    Q:  For how long should I take a Calcium supplement?
    A: 
    That depends on a number of factors, but you should consider long-term Calcium supplementation if you know you have low bone density (Osteoporosis).