Your Best Calcium Source

CalciAIM

For supplemental calcium, you want the most effective product available. That’s why your best choice is CalciAIM™—the most absorbable form of calcium because it comes in a powder, not a tablet or capsule.

How much calcium is enough? The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for healthy adults from ages nineteen to fifty is 1,000 mg a day. When taking CalciAIM, absorption is highest in small amounts of less than 500 mg at a time with food. One serving of CalciAIM provides around 400 mg of calcium.

Why do you need calcium? Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body. Most people think of it in regard to strong bones and teeth. Getting enough calcium throughout your lifetime is vital for maintaining bone mass and a healthy smile …and for so much more.

Calcium supports weight management by being a component in the fat burning process. Since it is an alkaline-forming mineral, calcium helps maintain the pH balance of the blood. It also is essential for blood clotting, as well as nerve and muscle function. Your heart is the hardest working muscle in your body, so it requires sufficient amounts of calcium to function optimally and to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and hypertension.

This mineral is also a key factor in maintaining hormonal balance. For women, a calcium deficiency can trigger PMS symptoms.

Getting back to the bones that keep you standing straight, a lack of calcium leads to the onset of osteoporosis, the deterioration of bone tissue and loss of bone mass.

No one can afford to be calcium deficient, so ensure that you get enough by taking CalciAIM.

Written by The AIM Companies

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