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Calcium Elemental 750 mg

Calcium plays an important role in bone health, as well as blood clotting and the proper functioning of the muscles, nerves, and heart functions.

R179,00

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How does it work?

Calcium is a crucial mineral that plays a vital role in maintaining the health of your bones and teeth, as well as facilitating various cellular functions throughout your body.

Calcium plays a crucial role in various physiological processes within the body, primarily due to its role as an essential mineral involved in cell signaling and muscle contraction. Here’s a detailed explanation of how calcium works in the body:

 

Cell Signaling: Calcium ions (Ca^2+) act as second messengers in cell signaling pathways. When a cell receives a signal, such as a hormone or neurotransmitter binding to a receptor on the cell membrane, it triggers a series of events that ultimately lead to an increase in intracellular calcium levels. This influx of calcium ions serves as a signal to activate or regulate various cellular processes, including gene expression, enzyme activity, and secretion of neurotransmitters or hormones.

 

Muscle Contraction: One of the most well-known functions of calcium is its role in muscle contraction. When a muscle receives a signal from a motor neuron to contract, it releases calcium ions from storage sites within specialized cellular structures called the sarcoplasmic reticulum. The influx of calcium ions into the muscle cell triggers a series of biochemical events that lead to the sliding of actin and myosin filaments, resulting in muscle contraction. Conversely, when the signal to contract is removed, calcium ions are actively pumped back into storage, leading to muscle relaxation.

 

Bone Health: Calcium is a primary component of bones and teeth, providing strength and structure. Throughout life, bone undergoes a continuous process of remodeling, where old bone tissue is broken down by cells called osteoclasts and new bone tissue is formed by cells called osteoblasts. Calcium, along with other minerals is deposited into the bone matrix during bone formation, helping to maintain bone density and strength. Adequate calcium intake, particularly during childhood and adolescence, is essential for building strong bones and reducing the risk of osteoporosis later in life.

 

Nerve Function: Calcium ions play a crucial role in transmitting nerve impulses throughout the body. When a nerve cell is stimulated, it undergoes a series of changes in membrane potential, leading to the opening of calcium channels and an influx of calcium ions into the cell. This influx of calcium ions triggers the release of neurotransmitters from the nerve terminal, allowing for communication between nerve cells and enabling various bodily functions, including movement, sensation, and organ function.

 

Overall, calcium is essential for maintaining the structural integrity of bones and teeth, regulating muscle contraction, facilitating nerve function, and supporting various biochemical processes throughout the body.

 

Maintains strong bones and healthy teeth.

Aids in the nervous system (impulse transmission)

Helps to alleviate leg cramps

 

Take one tablet daily, or as directed by your Health Professional.

This product contains a combination of minerals that contribute to the development and maintenance of bones and teeth.

 

In this product we’ve included 750 mg of calcium as well as magnesium, zinc and boron.

 

Tablets

60 Tablets – 60 days

Bovine/ Porcine Free

Suitable for Vegetarians

Suitable for Diabetics

Preservative Free

Lactose Free

Gluten Free

No Artificial Flavours or colours added

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      How Does It Work?

      Calcium plays a crucial role in various physiological processes within the body, primarily due to its role as an essential mineral involved in cell signaling and muscle contraction. Here’s a detailed explanation of how calcium works in the body:

       

      Cell Signaling: Calcium ions (Ca^2+) act as second messengers in cell signaling pathways. When a cell receives a signal, such as a hormone or neurotransmitter binding to a receptor on the cell membrane, it triggers a series of events that ultimately lead to an increase in intracellular calcium levels. This influx of calcium ions serves as a signal to activate or regulate various cellular processes, including gene expression, enzyme activity, and secretion of neurotransmitters or hormones.

       

      Muscle Contraction: One of the most well-known functions of calcium is its role in muscle contraction. When a muscle receives a signal from a motor neuron to contract, it releases calcium ions from storage sites within specialized cellular structures called the sarcoplasmic reticulum. The influx of calcium ions into the muscle cell triggers a series of biochemical events that lead to the sliding of actin and myosin filaments, resulting in muscle contraction. Conversely, when the signal to contract is removed, calcium ions are actively pumped back into storage, leading to muscle relaxation.

       

      Bone Health: Calcium is a primary component of bones and teeth, providing strength and structure. Throughout life, bone undergoes a continuous process of remodeling, where old bone tissue is broken down by cells called osteoclasts and new bone tissue is formed by cells called osteoblasts. Calcium, along with other minerals is deposited into the bone matrix during bone formation, helping to maintain bone density and strength. Adequate calcium intake, particularly during childhood and adolescence, is essential for building strong bones and reducing the risk of osteoporosis later in life.

       

      Nerve Function: Calcium ions play a crucial role in transmitting nerve impulses throughout the body. When a nerve cell is stimulated, it undergoes a series of changes in membrane potential, leading to the opening of calcium channels and an influx of calcium ions into the cell. This influx of calcium ions triggers the release of neurotransmitters from the nerve terminal, allowing for communication between nerve cells and enabling various bodily functions, including movement, sensation, and organ function.

       

      Overall, calcium is essential for maintaining the structural integrity of bones and teeth, regulating muscle contraction, facilitating nerve function, and supporting various biochemical processes throughout the body.