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Cal-Mag-Z by Dee Cee Labs
Calcium, Magnesium and Zinc
is absorbed in the small intestine
. To provide the rigid structure of the skeleton calcium is vital, around about 3lb of the body's weight is calcium, 99 per cent being in the teeth and bones. It is important in growing children to help bones grow and the elderly as the ability to absorb calcium becomes impaired with age.
Together with magnesium, calcium is needed for nerves and muscles to function properly
. It also helps to maintain the right acid/alkaline balance
and helps blood to clot.
How Much Calcium Does Adult Need?
An adult needs a daily calcium intake of between 700 and 1000mg. Those at risk of osteoporosis
may need as much as 1500mg a day. This protection is boosted when combined with linoleic acid from evening primrose oil. Calcium and phosphorus work together on a ratio of two to one for healthy teeth and bones and calcium and magnesium work together for cardiovascular health. The two most deficient minerals in a woman's diet are calcium and iron.
Calcium Helps with Pre-Eclampsia
Calcium supplements have shown to protect against pre-eclampsia which is high blood pressure in pregnancy. It is a good idea to increase calcium consumption during the last three months of pregnancy and the first few months of lactation to ensure that the baby get sufficient amount of calcium to help bone development and growth. If the baby does not get enough calcium from its mother, it will be withdrawn from the mothers bones, possibly leading to bone disease in the future.
Signs of Calcium Deficiency
Signs of calcium deficiency are rickets, osteomalacia and osteoporosis. Calcium like sodium and potassium contribute to both extracellular and intracellular cell environment. Calcium is also needed as intercellular cement to keep the cells of the body together. It also controls fluid to allow enzyme reaction to take place. Calcium is vital for the contraction of muscle. The brain sends nerve impulses that release calcium in the muscle which triggers muscle reactions. Calcium also helps to control cholesterol. Calcium helps in the process of secretion, bile, pancreatic fluid, gastric, intestinal, hormonal and mucous all rely on calcium to move the small droplets through the cells boundaries and cell walls.
Magnesium DeficiencyMagnesium deficiency
symptoms include: impaired contraction of smooth muscles, constipation, urinary spasms, menstrual cramps, difficulty swallowing (or a lump in the throat), photophobia (sensitivity to light) and loud noise sensitivity. The central nervous system is affected and the following symptoms can develop: insomnia, anxiety and panic attacks, hyperactivity and restlessness. In addition, patients can suffer from numbness, tingling, and other abnormal sensations.
Cardiovascular symptoms of magnesium deficiency includes: palpitations, heart arrhythmias, angina due to spasms of the coronary arteries and high blood pressure. Another possible sign of magnesium deficiency is the craving of salt.
Importance of Zinc
Zinc is a mineral present in every part of the body and has a myriad of functions in the body. Zinc helps with the healing of wounds and is a necessary component of many enzyme reactions. Zinc is vital for the proper working of many of the body's systems.
It has been known for years that Zinc particularly important for healthy skin and is essential for a healthy immune system and resistance to infection.
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