Calcium is one of the most essential minerals for building our body. Almost 99% of this element builds the human bone system.
Daily calcium absorption is therefore necessary to maintain the bone system in good health and thus facilitate our daily life. But our diet is often deficient in calcium or poorly assimilated by our body, which does not fix calcium. This is why Forever Calcium is also enriched in vitamin D because it is a fat-soluble vitamin and will play an essential role in the metabolism of calcium by our body.
Calcium is also important for the proper functioning of the nervous, muscular and cardiac system. Calcium is absorbed in the intestine but only 30 to 40% of the calcium is released into the blood. Hence the importance of associating vitamin D which will allow a better absorption of Calcium.
Teens and the elderly should be sure to have a diet high in Calcium.
Adolescents as they are in a period of rapid growth and they do not always have good eating habits have an interest in supplementing calcium.
Older people lose bone mass more easily after the age of forty. The bones are therefore more fragile and the calcium less well assimilated by our body which is more weakened. Forever Calcium is a way to strengthen our bone system.
Also present in Forever Calcium Magnesium. It is also part of the trace elements essential to our body, found largely in the bones and teeth and then in the muscles …
It is also essential for the proper functioning of our muscular system, bone and a good dentition.
Forever Calcium is also enriched in Manganese, Copper and Zinc which are trace elements essential to our body and which will strengthen our muscles, bones and connective tissue.
Vitamin C will strengthen our body and contribute to the formation of essential collagen in the normal functioning of bones and cartilage.
Benefits of Forever Calcium
Musculo Skeletal system
The nervous system
How to use Forever Calcium
Particularly beneficial for pregnant women, smokers, heavy consumers of tea or coffee and menopausal women who may be facing osteoporosis.