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Calcium is the most abundant mineral in our bodies, making

up 2% of our total body weight. It is necessary for most

bodily functions and it is estimated that 80% of all American

women are calcium deficient.* Calcium is involved in the

transmission of nerve impulses, muscle contraction (including

the heart muscle), blood clotting, reducing cholesterol,

enhancing the immune system, maintaining strong bones and

teeth and proper sleep.


The most common factors leading to calcium deficiency are

poor eating habits, stress and lack of exercise.* Birth control

pills draw on the body’s calcium levels and large intakes of

dietary fat, oxalic acid (present in chocolate) and phytic acid

(found in wheat bran) can prevent the absorption of calcium

in the body.*

Excessive intake of phosphorus, which is present in most soft

drinks and junk food, can also cause calcium loss from bones.

The body needs phosphorus in a one-to-one ratio with calcium;

however, too much phosphorus in the diet can inhibit calcium

absorption.* Emotional stress and physical stress due to

injury, pregnancy or a strict diet can also lead to calcium loss.*

Stress may also increase cortisone production in the body

which can interfere with calcium absorption.*

Women are more prone to calcium deficiencies than men.

Women lose bone very rapidly in the first few years after

menopause.* Until menopause, estrogen seems to control the

function of the parathyroid gland that monitors the release of

calcium from the bones.* After menopause, this monitoring

system can be adversely affected and calcium may be lost.*

Some individuals are at higher risk for calcium loss than

others.* Risk factors include small bones, short stature, fair

complexion, slender body type, high alcohol consumption,

smoking, lack of exercise and insufficient dietary calcium.*


Calcium deficiency symptoms include irritability and

nervousness, muscle cramping and fatigue, osteoporosis,

periodontal disease, insomnia, high blood pressure, menstrual

problems, confusion, throat spasms and twitching and jerking

of the major or minor muscles.*




The RDA for calcium for adults is from 800 to 1,200 mg. However,

most nutritionists recommend 1,000 to 1,500 mg daily for women, long

before the start of menopause to prevent calcium deficiency which may

lead to osteoporosis.* Calcium-rich food sources include milk and milk

products like cheese and yogurt, plus dark green leafy vegetables,

almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds, egg yolks, salmon and sardines.



Utilization of calcium depends particularly on correct phosphorus and

magnesium levels.* In general, we should have a two-to-one ratio of calcium

to magnesium.* A deficiency of magnesium decreases calcium as well as

potassium levels leading to enzyme problems that can interfere with calcium


Calcium and magnesium work synergistically to benefit the health of the

cardiovascular system.* Calcium also works together with phosphorus, and

both are involved in the health of the bones and teeth.*

Both magnesium and phosphorus facilitate calcium absorption in the body.*

Vitamins A and C also assist in the metabolism of calcium, and Vitamin D is

required for its absorption.*


Yes, one of the best ways to receive sufficient calcium levels is through

supplementation.* Calcium supplementation in the range of 1,000 mg daily

supports regeneration of bone and maintenance of blood pressure within

normal range.*

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 2 Tablets

Amount Per Serving

Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol) 50 IU

Calcium (as Ca Amino Acid Chelate) 500 mg

Magnesium (as Mg Amino Acid Chelate) 200 mg

Other Ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, vegetable stearate,

croscarmellose sodium, silicon dioxide, pharmaceutical glaze.

Contains: Soy.

Warning: If you are pregnant or nursing, consult your

healthcare practitioner before taking this product.

WARNING: This product contains lead, a chemical known to the State

of California to cause birth defects and other reproductive harm.

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 2 tablets with lunch

and 2 tablets with dinner. (90 Tablets)

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.




Most health-conscious people know how important calcium is to the human body.  It is invaluable in protecting our bodies against a myriad of diseases and deficiencies. Along with playing an essential role in the formation of bones and teeth, calcium is intimately involved in many other vital body functions.   It is crucial to get enough calcium and in the right form for maximum benefit.  Over 68% of the American population is calcium deficient, according to government studies.  The National Institute of Health recommends that adults consume 1,000 to 1,300 mg of calcium a day.  Although food is the best source of calcium, studies have shown that the typical American diet does not contain sufficient amounts of calcium. Unfortunately, this lack of intake is combined with other lifestyle and dietary habits that further deplete calcium supplies from the body, such as stress, lack of exercise, high fat diets, smoking, soda consumption and high protein diets. Supplementing with Cal Mag can help to ensure your optimal intake of this essential mineral.


Cal Mag  contains the patented amino acid calcium with magnesium and zinc, proven to absorb better than other forms of calcium sold in the market.  


It seems that everyone understands the importance of calcium as it relates to building strong bones and teeth and to warding off osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is often referred to as the silent disease since bone loss can occur without symptoms. It is characterized by low bone mass resulting in bone fragility. This disease can occur at any age. One out of every two women and one in four men over the age of 50 will experience an osteoporosis related fracture in their lifetime. These fractures can result in pain, loss in height, and permanent debilitation. Calcium is used in almost every process and reaction in the body, including nerve transmission, heart rhythm, hormone production, wound healing and even optimal digestion.   It is integral to the proper function of muscles including the heart, the activation of certain enzymes for digestion, the nourishment of cells and the release of energy.


A key use of calcium is to neutralize acidic blood.  The body will maintain a pH level in the blood of 7.365, and if there is too much of a fluctuation towards acidic (lower numbers) or alkaline (higher numbers) the body will die!  When we eat acidic foods, such as red meat, or consume beverages like sodas or alcohol, our bodies become more acidic.  The body will automatically dump calcium from the bones into the blood stream to buffer this reaction.  However, this action causes excess bone loss and a huge strain on your whole system.  Cal Mag   provides Calcium in combination with the other minerals in the right amounts so that it is actually absorbed.


disclaimer] If you live in California speak to your government officials about your state's proposition 65 , and if you press the buy now button, Cal Mag will not be shipped to you and any cost for refunding your money will be born by you.“These statements have not been evaluated by FDA. Products or treatment reflected on this website are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.”

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