Calcium +Magnesium + Zinc+ Vitamin D3

Calcium +Magnesium + Zinc+ Vitamin D3

Calcium +Magnesium + Zinc+ Vitamin D3
Calcium +Magnesium + Zinc+ Vitamin D3
Calcium +Magnesium + Zinc+ Vitamin D3 Calcium +Magnesium + Zinc+ Vitamin D3

Calcium +Magnesium + Zinc+ Vitamin D3

Supplement facts
Serving size: 1 tablet
Nutritional Information Amount per serving RDA%*
Calcium( carbonate ) 400 mg 40
Vitamin D3(cholecalciferol) 300 IU 75
Magnesium( Hydroxide) 150 mg 38
Zinc( gluconate) 5 mg 33

RDA:Recommended Daily Allowance*
Excipients: Micro crystalline cellulose-PH 102,Corn starch,(poly vinyl pyrrolidone )k-30,Croscarmellose sodium,Magnesium stearate,Purified water.

Supplement Information

Calcium: calcium is the most abundant mineral found in the body. It plays the main role in building up and maintaining bone and teeth health. This mineral is involved in blood coagulation system and helps the formation of blood clots. Also, it is involved in the transmission of nerve signals, muscle contraction and heartrate adjustment. Calcium helps the absorption of vitamin B12 in the intestines. Calcium is needed for the insulin discharge in the body and to regulate the blood sugar. This mineral helps to release energy from proteins, fats and carbohydrates. Receiving adequate calcium has a positive effect in reducing the blood pressure of patients with Hypertention.
The human body needs calcium in different periods of life. This mineral during pregnancy plays a vital role in the health of the fetus. Calcium is necessary in childhood and adolescence for the growth and development of bone and teeth and in the middle age and old age for preventing osteoporosis. In females, sex hormones play an important role in maintaining and balancing calcium and the reduction of these hormones in menopause can lead to the reduction of the body’s calcium and osteoporosis and this increases the necessity of receiving calcium in these people.
Vitamin D3: It is a fat-soluble vitamin and its main role is to help intestinal absorption of calcium. in the absence of this vitamin, absorption of calcium will not take place properly.

Dosage and Administration
1 or 2 daily with a glass of water after meals.
Oxalic acid contained in rhubarb, beetroot and spinach,phytic acid contained in seed and bran of cereals, phosphorus contained in dairy products and caffeine, all reduce calcium absorption. Avoid concurrent use.

Side Effects
Taking oral forms of calcium may cause digestive problems such as constipation, bloating, nausea and vomiting.

Drug Interactions
Concurrent use of Calcium and cardiac glycosides like digoxin, increases glycosides’ toxicity. So taking calcium by patients treated with these drugs should be with special caution or not using it at all.
Concurrent use of calcium and phenytoin reduces the absorption of both.
Concurrent use of calcium and oral tetracycline may reduce the absorption of the latter due to the formation of the non-absorbable complexes and increased pH inside the stomach.
The consumption of this product interferes with warfarin.
In patients with kidney stone and chronic kidney defect, it should be used based on consultation with physician.
In patients who take anticoagulant drugs, especially warfarin, it should be used with caution and consultation with physician.
During pregnancy and breastfeeding consult your physician before consumption.

Storage Conditions
Store at room temperature away from light and moisture.
Keep away from the reach of children.
This product is available in packages containing 60 tablets.