Soothes muscular cramps and contributes to the development and maintenance of healthy bones and teeth. Helps to metabolize carbohydrates, lipids and proteins.
Each 15 mL contains:
- 2307 mg of calcium lactogluconate
- 410 mg of magnesium chloride
- 200 IU of vitamin D3
- Easy to swallow liquid
- Soluble mineral salts known to be very bioavailable
- Mineral salts in a solution (not a suspension): do not precipitate
- Good absorption, independent of stomach pH (contrary to carbonate)
- Calcium lactogluconate, does not cause constipation
- Magnesium chloride
- Cranberry taste without the “famous chalk taste” of other calcium supplement
- Milk products
- Sugar (sweetened with sucralose)
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Rose: more than a year ago
I've just started using this product and naturally it is difficult for me to say how much it has helped but I am glad to finally find a calcium and magnesium supplement in liquid form. Truthfully it doesn't taste great, but the flavour only lasts a few seconds and I still prefer it over a pill form
Selena: more than a year ago
Awful flavour, and red dye!! I'm pregnant and that's the last thing I want to intake. I had to pawn it off on my mom, but felt terrible - and had to openly admit the dye was the reason. I'm not sure she even used it. I can't believe anyone puts red dye in health products these days.
Karyna: more than a year ago
I decided to try this product as I have difficulty swallowing pills and I was intrigued by the fact that the product claimed to not cause constipation. Although easy to take, I found the taste to be quite nasty and I also found that, despite the claim, t it did cause constipation. My osteoporosis specialist tells me that no calcium product should make such a claim as all custom supplements can cause constipation.
Lois: more than a year ago
I have severe osteoporosis, and took the box with me on my last visit to the specialist for her opinion on it's value. She asked to keep the box to share with the rest of the doctors working on this disease or condition. the calcium is the 'right' form, and I now take a teaspoon 3 times a day. It sure beats drinking more than a liter of milk every day, plus it is easy to take. And much less fattening.