QEMIQ BIOTICS

CALCI-PLUS ESSENTIAL(30 Tablets)

Rs. 540.00

Your body needs calcium to build and maintain strong bones. Your heart, muscles and nerves also need calcium to function properly. Some studies suggest that calcium, along with vitamin D, may have benefits beyond bone health: perhaps protecting against cancer, diabetes and high blood pressure. But evidence about such health benefits is not definitive.

Calcium is an essential mineral that supports multiple systems throughout the body. You need to maintain adequate calcium levels in order for your heart, nervous system, and muscles to function properly. When you don't get enough calcium from outside sources, such as food or supplements, your body dips into the calcium bank stored in your bones to keep blood levels up. Over time, pulling calcium from your bones weakens them and increases the risk of fracture.


Beyond bones, additional possible benefits of calcium supplementation include improvements in blood pressure and weight loss. Here's what the research says. Blood pressure: Although the underlying mechanism is unclear, calcium has been associated with reducing blood pressure in multiple studies. However, there are rising concerns that excessive calcium through supplements may harden arteries and pose cardiovascular risks.
Weight loss: When people are placed on low-calorie diets, studies show that adding calcium and vitamin D supplements improves their rate of fat loss while preserving muscle and bone mass. As with many dietary supplements, taking more calcium than we need probably does more harm than good. Instead of blindly adding calcium citrate, only purchase a supplement if you know you aren't getting enough from food and beverages.

COMPOSITION:-Calcium citrate maleate, Calcitriol, vitamin k2-7 L.methylfolate, pyridoxial 5 phosphate & Methylcobalamin .

Calcium citrate maleate eq. to Elemental calcium 500 mg.
Calcitriol 0.25 mg.
Vitamin k2-7 50mcg.
L-methylfolate 1 mg.
Pyridoxial 5 phosphate 0.5 mg
Methylcobalamin 1500 mcg

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