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Why is Calcium Important and Are You Getting Enough?
Don’t work your bones to the bone.
Almost all the calcium found in our body is in our bones, so make sure you’re giving them enough of this essential mineral. Learn more and find the right calcium supplement to suit your needs.†
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Calcium is the most abundant mineral in our bodies. As much as 99% of that calcium is in our bones and teeth, but the remaining 1% is circulated in our blood. When we don’t consume enough calcium, the body taps into the calcium reserves in your bones.
Daily intake of calcium is important for everyone, but it's especially important for teens, young adults, women over 50, and men over 70.
Calcium is essential to bone health and plays an important role in supporting strong bones as we age.†
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If you are looking to support healthy bones, you should make sure you are getting enough calcium through your diet or supplements. Calcium is known to support bone health and bone density. Since individuals over 50 are susceptible to bone loss, incorporating a calcium supplement into their health regimen can help make the difference.†
We make sure we are using the very best ingredients for each and every dietary supplement we produce. If you are looking to increase your dietary calcium intake, incorporating a calcium supplement into your daily routine can be one way to do it. From delicious gummies to calcium softgels, we make it easy for you to find the right vitamins and supplements for your needs.
1. National Institutes of Health. "Calcium." November 17, 2021. Accessed on June 1, 2022. https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Calcium-Consumer/
2. Blumberg, J. B., et al. "Contribution of Dietary Supplements to Nutritional Adequacy in Various Adult Age Groups." Nutrients 9.12 (2017).
3. National Academy of Science. “Summary of the Dietary References Intakes.” 2011. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, Medicine. Accessed on: October 7, 2020. https://www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/summary-report-of-the-dietary-reference-intakes