Trophic Cal Mag Chelazome 1:1
Up to 99% of the calcium in the body is found in the hard tissues (tooth and bone. The remainder is distributed widely throughout the soft tissues and organs, performing a variety of important function. Dietary calcium deficiency has also been associated with increased risky of hypertension, pre-eclampsia and colon cance. Signs of magnesium deficiency include muscle tics and twitches, irregular heartbeat, convulsions, seizures, tremors and glandular disturbance. Trophics calcium and Magnesium are true chelated minerals and and have a combined molecular weight of about 850 daylton. This means that this form of the minerals is the most readily assimilated by the body because it is small enough to pass through the intestinal wall and is absorbed intac. The amino acids are then metabolized and the minerals are released into the bloodstream for immediate use without the need for Vitamin .