Biotech Usa Calcium Zinc Magnesium - 100 tabs
Dietary supplement containing calcium, zinc and magnesium.
- 1000 mg Calcium
- 15 mg Zinc
- 400 mg Magnesium
Calcium - The King Among The Minerals!
The question of an adequate supply of minerals through diet has been given increasing attention in recent years. Whether for healthy muscles, bones or teeth: Calcium is not only the best known, but also with the most important mineral in the human body. Due to an unbalanced diet, the recommended daily intake is, however, often not achieved. Calcium is considered the all-rounder among the minerals, as it is not only responsible for healthy muscle function and strong bones, but also plays a particularly important role in blood clotting and in the nervous system. Physical activity increases calcium loss through sweat and thus increases the calcium requirement. The amount of calcium loss by sweating can be up to 30 percent of the total excretion of calcium. Also during dieting phases, there may be a lack of this important mineral substance. Therefore, it is important to ensure an adequate intake of this mineral substance particularly relevant for ambitious sportsmen, athletes and figure conscious!
Your Building Material After Intense Workouts!
Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human organism and is one of the essential nutrients. The majority of our calcium reserves are in our skeleton. Every day about 800 to 1200 mg should be taken, so that calcium can fulfill its function completely. Your 215 bones are - for a lifetime - in a constant state of assembly and disassembly. Calcium thereby yields the building material to support healthy bones! It is of the utmost importance that you supply calcium, which has a particularly high bioavailability. Calcium is also the deciding factor for supporting a healthy muscle function.
Calcium - Not Just Relevant For Athletes!
Not only athletes can benefit from a supplemental intake of calcium. Among the minerals Calcium is a critical nutrient. The average supply, based on the recommendations of the DGE, is too low in all age groups of men and women up to the age of 50. One of the recommendations relating to supply is urgently needed. According to the National Nutrition Survey II 46% of men and 55% of women do not achieve the recommended daily intake of calcium. The shares are remarkably high both among female adolescents and older men and women.
The Calcium Contributes To / Has / Is:
- Strengthening the skeletal system
- has a beneficial effect on blood clotting
- normal energy metabolism
- normal muscle function
- normal signal transmission between nerve cells
- normal function of digestive enzymes
- a function in cell division and specialization
- required for the maintenance of normal bone
- required for the maintenance of normal teeth
Magnesium contributes to normal energy-yelding metabolism, to normal muscle function and to normal functioning of the nervous system.
Why do we need magnesium?
- Essential for nerve impulse conduction.
- Participates in the metabolism of sugars, synthesis of proteins and nucleic acids.
- Prevents painful muscle contractions.
- Increases secretion of bile - prevents the formation of stones in the gallbladder.
- Essential for the proper operation of the immune system.
- Reduces the risk of tooth decay.
- Participates in the proper bone mineralization.
Above are listed just some of the functions of magnesium in the body. In fact, the mineral is still fully wieli other essential functions. Magnesium thus influences almost all biological processes in the body exerted specifically on our health.
Zinc is a mineral that is involved in thousands of bodily functions, from proper cell growth to testosterone production in men, from enzyme activity to optimal immune functioning. This is the only metal, which appears in all enzyme classes. Zinc helps speed up the healing process after an injury and also can be part of an effective treatment for age-related macular degeneration. The reality is that physical activity, modern food processing and aging can lead to zinc deficiency. Avoiding that is essential for strong immune functioning, overall health and sports performance!
For athletes in particular, the compound zinc is of particular significance as it provides a number of benefits for training. Zinc contributes to normal protein synthesis, and is therefore, involved in muscle growth. Moreover, zinc ensures that a normal level of testosterone is maintained in the blood, as well as preservation of the bones. The substance also has a positive impact on the skin, the nails and the hair. Zinc supplements are also of particular interest to athletes as they contribute towards a normal Vitamin A metabolism, and thus utilisation of vitamins.
Another important property of zinc relates to the immune defence. This can be aided by taking Zinc supplements. Zinc can contribute towards a normal functioning of the immune system in athletes. Illnesses and long breaks in training can be avoided as a result of this. However, zinc is also important thanks to its antioxidant properties. In principle, intense workouts and the associated formation of free radicals may pose the risk of damage to the cells of the body. If zinc deficiency can be avoided by taking a zinc-containing supplement, this can also help to protect the cells against oxidative stress at the same time.
Zinc aids in the body’s absorption of minerals. Zinc can promote the health of your skin and hair. Zinc can help you maintain a healthy digestive tract.
Exercise increases zinc loss from the human body, and zinc deficiency can compromise muscle function. Athletes who do not eat an optimal diet, especially those who are trying to control their weight or use fad diets while exercising strenuously, may become deficient in zinc to the extent that performance or health is compromised.
People who may benefit from a zinc supplement include those who do not consume enough calories: athletes, vegetarians, and the elderly. Anyone with a low caloric intake is at higher risk for having a low zinc. Therefore, it is important for individuals in these groups to include sources of zinc, including zinc supplements, in their daily diet.
Serving Size: 3 Tablets
Servings Per Container: 33
Amount Per Serving:
Calcium (as dicalcium phosphate and calcium carbonate) 1000mg 125%
Phosphorus (as dicalcium phosphate) 250mg 35%
Magnesium (as magnesium oxide) 400mg 106%
Zinc (as zinc oxide) 15mg 150%
Copper (as copper sulphate) 1mg 100%
Boron (as boron citric acid) 100mcg **
Silicon (as silica) 20mg **
Glutamic acid HCl 100mg **
*RDA%: Percent of the Recommended Daily Allowance.
† RDA not established in the EU.
Microcrystalline cellulose, hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose, magnesium stearate, stearic acid, coating: hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose.
As a dietary supplement take 3 tablets daily or as directed by a healthcare professional.
WARNINGS: Keep out of reach of children. Before beginning any program, consult your healthcare practitioner.
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Above are listed just some of the functions of magnesium in the body.