Outstandingly Perfect Calcium!
The most advanced source of calcium for the skeletal system!
Osteoporosis is a bone disease based on a metabolic disorder. Many other diseases can be attributed to osteoporosis.
Increasing age, lack of exercise, hormonal changes (menopause) and insufficient incorporation of minerals cause changes in the bone matrix.
As a result, the bone microstructure becomes thinner and the bone begins to weaken. All this significantly increases the risk of – and rarely – fatal bone fractures, as well as the development of regular bone pain and deformity of the skeletal system. Musculoskeletal disorders and joint pain appear.
Positives of Calcium Threonate:
– Effective intestinal absorption and incorporation into bones.
– Inhibits bone resorption and thus bone loss.
– Improves the function and function of bone and cartilage cells.
– Helps bone formation processes.
Clinical studies show that calcium L-threonate improves the activity and function of osteoblasts (bone-forming cells) and osteocytes (bone cells) while increasing the intestinal absorption and utilization of calcium in bone tissue. In addition, it optimizes bone tissue recovery and reconstruction processes.
In experiments, calcium threonate has been shown to be much more effective than other calcium sources.
In an animal study, 94-95% of the calcium administered orally in the form of calcium threonate was absorbed (the first group received 40 mg and the second group received 80 mg of calcium). This rate of absorption is significantly higher compared to other forms of calcium.
In another study, angioed mice received calcium supplementation in the form of calcium threonate or calcium gluconate. According to the authors, calcium threonate was effective in reducing bone loss, was able to prevent the development of rickets, and resulted in higher levels of bone calcium uptake than calcium gluconate.
Calcium absorption was also tested in a human study by measuring urinary and blood calcium levels before and after calcium threonate intake. This demonstrated that calcium is also well absorbed in humans after administration of calcium threonate.
According to studies and research, if the body is deprived of calcium intake, osteoporosis can occur.
In parallel, it has also been shown that increased calcium intake leads to a reduction in the incidence of hip fractures, so it goes without saying that calcium intake should be increased to maintain bone health.
All the more so because every second woman and every fifth man is at risk for osteoporosis, as a result of which e.g. 1,150 people die in the UK.
Calcium L-threonate, Magnesium citrate, Flavin7 Bioflavonoid complex (red grape seed-husk drying, sorghum seed-husk drying, blackberry seed husk drying, black cherry husk drying, blackcurrant husk husk, redcurrant seed husk drying plum peel drying, apple peel drying), Zn citrate, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), selenium (sodium selenite), vitamin D3 (colecalciferol), capsule coating: gelatin.
Active ingredients in the recommended daily intake:
– of which Ca
42.9 mg ** RDA 5.4%
– of which Mg
22 mg ** RDA 6%
– of which flavonoids
– of which resveratrol
|4.15 mg + -10%
– of which Zn
1.2 mg ** RDA 12%
|Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)||0.35 mg ** RDA 25%|
|Selenium (sodium selenite)
– of which SE
12g 12.65 mg ** RDA 23%
|Vitamin D3 (colecalciferol)||16.67 (g (* 666.8 NE)
** RDA 333.4%
*** UL 16.67%
* NE: International Unit.
** RDA: Recommended daily intake of adults.
*** UL: The maximum amount of a vitamin / mineral that is not expected to have an adverse or detrimental effect on health with regular daily intake from all sources.
– 3×1 capsules / day.
– 100 capsules.