For calcium to be deposited in the bones, it first has to be absorbed. Magnesium and vitamin D aid in calcium absorption. EasyCal Calcium with high doses of calcium and omega-3 fish oil makes it easy to meet the recommended daily intake of calcium, in fewer pills.
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Enhances absorption of iron, and reduces stomach irritation.
DHA and EPA, supports healthy skin, heart and brain.
Co-Factors for bone health
Co-factors are compounds that work with nutrients to ensure optimal absorption, and in this case help you maintain strong and healthy bones. EasyCal Calcium has these co-factors for bone health:
For minerals to be deposited in the bones they must first be absorbed. Numerous studies have shown that the highest intestinal absorption of calcium occurs when calcium is incorporated into vesicles made from fish oil. The complementary polyunsaturated fatty acids in the intestinal membranes influence membrane fluidity and work in synergy with polyunsaturated fatty acids in fish oil to enhance calcium transport and that of vitamin D3 as well.
Suspending calcium using our award-winning Omega Suspension Technology (OST) takes advantage of your body’s natural ability to absorb oils. This also means your body can absorb the calcium anywhere within your digestive tract, resulting in greater absorption.
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