Vital Calcium

Vital Calcium promotes calcium levels in the body, naturally.

We use Aquamin® Forte as our source of calcium.  It is a highly bioavailable source from calcareous marine algae.  The seaweed is harvested from the North Atlantic seabed in the wild, remote seas of North West Iceland.

Active ingredients

Each capsule contains: 

Ingredient Qty

Aquamin® Forte TG

500 mg

   Equivalent to calcified Lithothamnion tophiforme

475 mg

   Equivalent to calcium

150 mg

   Equivalent to magnesium

11 mg

Brassica juncea (mustard green) leaf

12.5 mg

Brassica rapa (turnip green) leaf

12.5 mg

Brassica oleracea var gemmifera (brussel sprout) leaf

12.5 mg

Naturally derived excipients:
Microcrystalline cellulose, colloidal anhydrous silica, magnesium stearate, clear nature caps (PI 12065).

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Adults 50 years and under: Take 2 capsules daily.
Adults 51 years and over: Take 3 capsules daily.

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Vital Calcium ingredients

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Aquamin® Forte TG

A unique multi-mineral complex, derived from 100% seaweed.  It is highly bioavailable and is sustainably harvested & manufactured.  As well as a strong source of calcium, Aquamin® Forte TG also contains magnesium and 17 other trace minerals.

Green Vegetables

These vegetables contain calcium as well as other vitamins and nutrients, which can help support general health and wellbeing.

References:

Nutrient Reference Values for Australia and New Zealand. 2006. Calcium. [online] Available at: https://www.nrv.gov.au/nutrients/calcium [Accessed 1 November 2021].

Webprod.hc-sc.gc.ca. 2018. Multi-Vitamin/Mineral Supplements Monograph. [online] Available at: http://webprod.hc-sc.gc.ca/nhpid-bdipsn/atReq.do?atid=multi_vitmin_suppl&lang=eng [Accessed 1 November 2021].

Slevin, M., Allsopp, P., Magee, P., Bonham, M., Naughton, V., Strain, J., Duffy, M., Wallace, J. and Mc Sorley, E., 2013. Supplementation with Calcium and Short-Chain Fructo-Oligosaccharides Affects Markers of Bone Turnover but Not Bone Mineral Density in Postmenopausal Women. The Journal of Nutrition, 144(3), pp.297-304.