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Altisa Calcium-Magnesium Balanced Tabl 90

Altisa Calcium-Magnesium Balanced Tabl 90


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The balanced formula of calcium-magnesium, Altisa is a preparation that combines two essential minerals that work in synergy and have a positive influence on many physiological processes of the body (see below). The forms of calcium and magnesium used include forms citrate and bisglycinate, which strongly favor the bioavailability.

Calcium - The balanced formula for magnesium d?Altisa is a source of:


  • is required for the maintenance of healthy bones and teeth normal
  • contributes to the clotting of blood normal, to a energy metabolism to normal, to the normal functioning of the muscles, to the normal neurotransmission, normal functioning of digestive enzymes
  • plays a role in the process of cell division and specialization ul>

Magnesium: contributes to

  • the reduction of tiredness and fatigue
  • electrolyte balance
  • an energy metabolism normal
  • the normal functioning of the nervous system
  • normal functioning of the muscles
  • a protein synthesis normal
  • a psychological function, normal
  • the maintenance of bones and teeth normal

and plays a role in the process of cell division

General information:

The role of calcium

  • Calcium, an important nutrient, is the most abundant mineral in our body. 99% of all the calcium in our bodies is in our bones and our teeth. Our bones, in which calcium is a crucial element of the bone structure, also serve as a reservoir of calcium for all kinds of?other purposes. Our bones are a dynamic tissue from which calcium is regularly absorbed and eliminated in order to maintain the rate of calcium healthy in our juices of life or maintain d?other functions of the body. Calcium and phosphorus are mainly present in our skeletal system in the form of hydroxyapatite. It s?is d?a crystalline structure composed of calcium phosphate, located around d?a matrix protein like collagen, in order to?ensure the strength and rigidity of the bones.
  • the special shape citrate-malate, calcium, can, in combination with vitamin D, exercises and the control of the?evolution of the weight, to contribute, in particular in postmenopausal women for whom loss of bone mass occurs more rapidly than men due to: a reduction of estrogen production after menopause, maintaining a healthy and essential healthy bones (maintaining a good density and stiffness of the bone and a good balance). Calcium supplements should be taken in addition to calcium intake in the normal diet, if the latter does not provide the essential quantities of calcium.

Calcium needs

  • in some situations, the additional intake of calcium is necessary. In the following cases, an increase of the absorption by the body manifested increased metabolic demands such as growth, pregnancy, lactation, deficiency of calcium, exercise, vitamin D, acids of the gut, acidic amino acids (glutamic acid, aspartic acid) and lactose (milk sugar). In the following cases, a decrease in the absorption by the body is clear: advanced age (the absorption weakens very strongly after 70 years), alcohol consumption, environment fundamental of the intestine, excessive consumption of fibre, vitamin D deficiency, emotional stress, excess phosphate diet (ideal ratio = calcium 2: phosphore1), certain medications, and consumption of food sources rich in oxalates (spinach, sweet potatoes, rubber, beans, nuts, .. form of calcium oxalates, insoluble and non-absorbable) and phytate (unleavened bread and grains , beans, raw, seed, soy, ... form of phytate to calcium insoluble and non-absorbable). It is also important to know that the?calcium excretion is increased by the fact d?use high level of protein (specifically animal protein: an intake of 50 g of dietary protein leads to l?excretion via 60 mg of calcium in l?urine), as well as caffeine, phosphoric acid (soft drinks containing the?carbonic acid). ) and a high consumption of sodium.

Calcium Carbonate; magnesium oxide; calcium citrate; bisglycinate calcium; citrate of magnesium bisglycinate to magnesium; thickener: microcrystalline cellulose; stabilizer: maltodextrin; lubricant: magnesium stearate; gelling agent: stearic acid; load: dicalcium phosphate; thickening agent: carboxymethyl cellulose; coating: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, glycerine.

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