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Solaray Calcium Magnesium Zinc - 250 VegCaps

Solaray Calcium Magnesium Zinc - 250 VegCaps

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An All-rounder Supplement That Contains all the Minerals You Need for Balanced Health
Minerals make up an important part of our diet and although our body requires only traces of it for proper functioning, they make a huge difference in providing balance to the body’s systems. However, out of all the trace minerals that our food contains, calcium, magnesium, and zinc are very important, along with iron. It can be difficult to keep your diet balanced all the time, which makes Solaray Calcium Magnesium Zinc capsules highly convenient because they provide you with beneficial minerals without much of a hassle.

  • Highly Convenient Way to Provide You with Beneficial Minerals Every Day
  • Helps Protect Against Osteoporosis, Impaired Immune Function, and Loss of Appetite
  • Magnesium Keeps Heart Healthy by Preventing Hypertension & Atherosclerosis
  • Zinc Can Help Boost Your Immune System
  • Vegetarian Capsule Formula

Magnesium Ensures Better Bone and Heart Health While Increasing Calcium Absorption
Having a mineral deficiency can lead to painful and distressing health conditions like osteoporosis, impaired immune function, and a loss of appetite. To protect your body against the symptoms of mineral deficiency, the Solaray Calcium Magnesium Zinc Capsules supplement your body with bioavailable minerals that ensure better bone and heart health. Even if your diet contains enough calcium, a lack of magnesium can mean inefficient absorption. Luckily, these capsules are right what you need; magnesium also keeps the heart healthy by preventing hypertension and atherosclerosis.

Zinc Supports the Immune System and Treats Conditions Like Diarrhea and Common Cold
A zinc deficiency can lead to impaired immune function, which leaves the body highly susceptible to attack from pathogens. Taking a supplement of zinc boosts the immune system to protect the body against foreign invasion, and also helps in treating conditions like the common cold and diarrhea. It shortens episodes of the common cold if you take within a day after symptoms begin to kick in.

Zinc Speeds Wound Healing While Calcium Assists in Blood Clotting
Skin is undeniably the largest ‘organ’ of the body and various nutrients, compounds and proteins play a pivotal role in retaining its structure. Among those nutrients, zinc is important for preventing irritations and ulcers. This shows that zinc is crucial for healing wounds, which would otherwise take much more time to cover up. On the other hand, the body uses calcium for the blood clotting process because of its complexity. Calcium interacts with different chemicals to ensure proper clotting and coagulation that can seal a wound.

Calcium is Essential for Muscle Contraction and Preventing Early Degeneration
Despite being known primarily for its contribution in maintaining strong bones, calcium is rarely talked about for its ability to maintain healthy muscle contraction. It regulates the rate at which different muscles contract, which includes your heart beat. The process involves a nerve stimulating a muscle to contract, and calcium is what helps proteins in completing contraction. A calcium deficiency can cause severe degeneration of the bones, which limits your range of mobility, movement, and flexibility. Supplementing calcium to your diet prevents the issue, improves your quality of life while ensuring youthfulness and vitality.

Relieves Anxiety, Premenstrual Symptoms, and Influences Your Blood Glucose Status
Zinc is critical in regulating communication between neurons, which affects learning and memory formation. Not to mention, balanced levels of magnesium in the body can help in relieving anxiety in times of stress, which improves decision-making abilities. In addition, magnesium and vitamin B6 combined can provide relief from premenstrual syndrome symptoms like weight gain and bloating. Considering how magnesium is important for metabolizing magnesium, your body’s intake of it can impact your risk of developing diabetes.

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