Day Cal, 120 Capsules

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Day Cal, 120 Capsules

NEW Improved formula! Now with More Vitamin K2, Vitamin D, Calcium, and Magnesium, and More, to help:

  • • Maintain healthy bones, teeth, gums
  • • Support energy production
  • • Support nerve health
  • • Support immunity
  • • Support heart health

 The government recommends a daily intake of 1000 mg to 1500 mg of Calcium to maintain healthy bones. But surveys reveal that only 44% of adult males and only 23% of adult females meet the recommended intakes. Consistently low calcium intake can lead to muscle cramps, leg cramps, premenstrual syndrome, cavities, and osteoporosis.

New research indicates that Vitamin K2 may help to keep arteries clear of calcification so it was important for us to add it to the daily calcium formulation to benefit you. Vitamin K2 has been shown to play a vital role in directing calcium into the bones and teeth, instead of allowing calcium to calcify blood vessels and the valves of the heart. Vitamin K2 is found in animal-sourced foods like liver, egg yolk, curd cheese and fermented foods, such as natto, miso and sauerkraut. (Japanese women who eat more natto were found to have less bone fractures!)

Ironically, while Americans generally think that a low fat diet will protect the heart, the high cheese consumption in France and the Mediterranean countries, as a source of K2 may account, in part, for their lower rates of heart disease.

NOTE: For our customers on blood thinners, we suggest you advise your Physician that you plan on taking Vitamin K2 and seek their approval.

More Vitamin D3 & Bone Building Factors.
Our new and improved formula (in easy-to-swallow capsules) contains more bioavailable forms of calcium, so less means more! Two capsules each day increase your calcium intake by 375 mg of calcium from dicalcium malate, calcium bisglycinate chelate, and calcium fructoborate, plus bone building vital nutrients like zinc, manganese, vitamin D3, for a strong bone matrix.

The Need for D.
In addition to Calcium, make sure you get enough Vitamin D in your diet. This "sunshine vitamin" helps your body to maintain normal blood levels of calcium and phosphorus. By promoting calcium absorption, vitamin D helps to support strong bones. Vitamin D also works in concert with a number of other vitamins, minerals, and hormones to promote bone mineralization.

New Discoveries About Vitamin D: We need more of it!
For years, the only thing we knew about vitamins D was that is helped the body to absorb calcium. New research suggests that this vitamin has far greater benefits than previously believed. In addition, research shows that our current intake of vitamin D (about 400 to 600 IU/daily) is inadequate and that vitamin D confers greater benefits at 800 IU and higher supports heart health, colon health, and immune health, but unless you enjoy regular sunlight, you may not get the vitamin D levels you need for optimum health. That?s why taking Day and Nite Cal along is so important to your health.

Calcium for Muscles & Nerves.
Calcium is also necessary for muscle function, transmission of nerve impulses and is involved in production of energy. Research has also shown an increase in Calcium may help support colon health.

Hundreds of enzymes you need!
Another mineral to support bone health in Day Cal is Magnesium. It is so essential to your health, it helps activate nearly 100 enzymes. It functions to helps nerves and muscles function, is vital to cardiovascular health, and is necessary for almost every major biological process (e.g., glucose metabolism, production of cellular energy, and the synthesis of protein and nucleic acids).

Protect your Bones Day & Nite!
MDR offers two formulas to supplement your diet with Vitamin D and Calcium:

• MDR Day-Cal Provides 750 mg of Coral Calcium plus two other sources of Calcium!
• MDR Nite-Cal A tasty, chewable tablet providing 500 mg of three sources of Calcium!

Both formulas provide Magnesium, Phosphorus, and Vitamin D to help optimize bone health!

Tips for Healthy Bones:
• Physical activity helps support bone mass.
• If you are on a high fiber diet, you need extra calcium, since fiber can interfere with calcium absorption.

Make no bones about it.
Making sure you get enough Calcium is vital for your future health and for those you care about. Know how much Calcium you get each day and for extra insurance, take MDR Day-Cal and MDR Nite-Cal.

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  • 5
    Want to keep my bones strong

    Posted by Laura

    I started getting some back pain and Doctor said to take Calcium so I ordered this product and have been taking it for a while and like it. I will reorder.

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