Calcium is required for the release of energy for muscular contraction, effects the release of neurotransmitters at synaptic junctions and is believed to help with attention deficit disorder and PMS.
Calcium Mineral Water is made of 99.8% pure calcium in a water soluble form that is readily available for assimilation by the human body.
Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human body, a man weighing 150 pounds contains approximately 3 pounds, 12 ounces of calcium in his body. Calcium is one of the first elements in the body to go out of balance when the diet is inadequate. Calcium is used in forming bones, also known as bone mineralization, and in the proper formation and maintenance of teeth. It is also important in nerve impulse transmission, blood coagulation and muscle contraction.
Vitamin D (sunshine) and Magnesium are essential to the proper absorption and assimilation of calcium. Calcium is required for the release of energy for muscular contraction, mediates the transport function of cell and organelle membranes, effects the release of neurotransmitters at synaptic junctions, and mediates the synthesis, secretion and metabolic effects of hormones and enzymes. Calcium also helps regulate muscle tone, muscle receptiveness to nerve stimulation and the regulation of the heart beat. Calcium is an alkaline, positive mineral that has a powerful attraction for oxygen. Other elements with which calcium readily associates are sulfur, silicon and carbon.
Calcium, until recently, has only been available in a compound if it is not derived from the diet. Compounds require enzyme function to break the molecules apart so that the body may use the single molecule of calcium, the building blocks of the body. Some of the more common compounds are silicates, phosphates, carbonates, nitrates, sulfates, chlorides, hydroxides, fluorides, and oxides. Colloids are commonly calcium phosphate and calcium fluoride. Calcium also increases pH in the body, making it more alkaline thereby enhancing the immune response as antiviral and antibacterial natural remedies in the alkaline environment.
Please first consult a qualified practitioner to determine your nutritional needs. Below is a list of conditions in which calcium may be involved as a remedy or that are believed to possibly be related to a calcium deficiency:
|Cramps & Twitches||Hypertension||Insomnia|
|PMS||Prostate cancer||Receding Gums|
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