Calcium is one of the most important minerals found in the human body. Most calcium is found in bones and teeth – about 99%. As a person gets older, the exchange of minerals in the bones decreases. Low bone mineral density is a risk factor for osteoporotic bone fractures¹.
Towards the age of 50, bone formation slows down and bone breakdown becomes more intense. Menopausal women – usually after the age of 50, levels of the female hormone oestrogen, which “protects” bones, drop rapidly.
¹ This communication is specifically aimed at women aged 50 years and over, and has a beneficial effect if at least 1200 mg of calcium is consumed daily from all sources. The disease to which the claim relates may have several risk factors. Changes in one of these risk factors may or may not have a beneficial effect.
The quality of the raw materials for calcium and potassium citrates is certified by KOCHER and HALAL, and approved by the Israeli Ministry of Health.
World patent: no. WO 2007/088535 Al
WITHOUT CHEMICAL ADDITIVES! The food supplement does not contain artificial sweeteners, colours, stabilisers, thickeners or emulsifiers.
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The prefix “bio” in the name of the food supplement and the company is not linked to the organic origin of the product, but indicates the bioavailability and biochemical nature of the food supplement.