Chelated calcium and magnesium in the standard 2:1 ratio. When in balance, calcium and magnesium play vital roles in many areas of human health. Calcium is crucial for muscle contraction, proper blood clotting, wound healing, the secretion of hormones and enzymes, nerve transmission, the building of strong bones and teeth, and for inhibiting the build-up of lead in the body. Magnesium, one of the most critical minerals in the human body, is involved in hundreds of enzyme reactions and plays a pivotal role in muscle relaxation, energy production, heart health, maintenance of proper blood pressure, and in helping to prevent the accumulation of aluminum, a toxic metal implicated in many common degenerative neurological disorders. Great examples of this harmonious duo: calcium is necessary for muscles to contract, while magnesium is needed for muscles to relax; calcium works to stimulate nerves, while magnesium calms the nerves. Cal/Mag 2:1 offers chelated calcium and magnesium in the standard 2:1 ratio, the ratio found in the human body. It has long been understood that the key to these two minerals comes, not simply from their extensive individual roles, but rather from the synergistic effects when they are in proper balance with one another. Who should consider Cal/Mag 2:1? This product is ideal for people who are not consuming enough green leafy vegetables, nuts/seeds (magnesium sources), and dairy products (an ideal calcium source) to obtain adequate levels of these essential minerals. ALBION CHELATED MINERALS WILL RESULT IN THE HIGHEST LEVELS OF THESE MINERALS IN THE BLOOD AND TISSUES COMPARED TO ALL OTHER MINERAL FORMS ON THE MARKET!
- Each serving (2 capsules) contains:
- Calcium (as DimaCal® Di-Calcium Malate) 300 mg
- Magnesium (as Di-Magnesium Malate) 150 mg
- Other Ingredients: Vegetable stearate, microcrystalline cellulose.
- Does Not Contain: Wheat, yeast, soy, gluten, eggs, dairy, corn, artificial colors, flavors, sugars, or preservatives.
As a dietary supplement, take 2 capsules per day with meals, or as directed by your health care practitioner.