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|Ingredients: Amount per serving: % Daily Value: +|
Vitamin D (as Ergocalciferol) (D-2) 600 IU 150%
Calcium (as Calcium Citrate) 1000 mg 100%
Magnesium (as Magnesium Oxide) 667 mg 167%
Cellulose, Stearic Acid and Silica.
Now in easy-to-use wide mouth
Life® Liquid Cal Mag
Nature's Life® Liquid Calcium products are an excellent way to supplement a healthy
diet with additional calcium. These products are especially formulated
for those desiring an alternative to tablets or capsules and needing a
sucrose-free, easily digested calcium supplement.
All of Nature's Life liquid calcium
products are milk-free and suitable for those allergic or
sensitive to milk. You'll enjoy our new wide mouth bottles; use a spoon
to scoop up every last nutritious drop.
Calcium is required to build strong bones and teeth.* Calcium is
more effective in reducing the risk of osteoporosis when used with other
minerals.* Most doctors recommend supplemental calcium to women of all
ages; teenagers and women on low-calorie diets are at special risk of
calcium deficiency.* For maximum absorption, calcium should always be
taken with food.
The National Institutes of Health
has issued new calcium recommendations:
Magnesium works with calcium to build strong bones.* In fact, nutritionally-oriented physicians believe that supplementing magnesium is as important as calcium.* Magnesium promotes muscle relaxation and is needed for normal transmission of nerve impulses.*
Phosphorus also works with calcium and magnesium to build strong bones.* Phosphorus, as part of ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is the main source of cellular energy that our bodies use.
Vitamin D3 is called cholecalciferol and is the only natural Vitamin D. Vitamin D is required for bone formation and enhances the absorption and utilization of calcium and phosphorus.*
Sorbitol is a natural sweetener which is safe for diabetics. It is found in some fruits. It is digested more slowly than sugar.
Fructose is found in fruits; in fact, fructose means fruit sugar. It
is sweeter than sucrose (table sugar) and so less is needed.r