Designs for Health – Calcium Malate, 120 Vegetarian Capsules


Designs for Health - Calcium Malate, 120 Vegetarian Capsules



Price: $27.80

Description:

This product provides di-calcium malate, which is calcium bound to malic acid for excellent absorption in the body. Malic acid is a naturally occurring compound found in apples and other fruits and vegetables; it helps to support energy production by playing a role in the process of deriving adenosine triphosphate (ATP; the energy currency that runs the body) from food. The recommended dosage of two capsules yields 500 mg of elemental calcium along with 100 IU of vitamin D.Made with non-GMO ingredients.GLYCINE IS IDEAL FOR AIDING ABSORPTION: Malic acid is found naturally in apples and other fruits and vegetables. Glycine is a very low molecular weight amino acid which makes it ideal for aiding the absorption of minerals. The amino acid glycine is naturally found in foods and can be synthesized by the body. Calcium can be perfectly chelated to two moles of glycine.
MOST ABSORBABLE FORMS OF CALCIUM: Designs for Health’s Calcium Malate Chelate capsules are a combination of the two most health promoting, most absorbable forms of calcium available. Some of the calcium is bound to glycine and the rest to malic acid. Our Calcium Malate Chelate yields a total of 250 mg of elemental calcium per capsule.
CONTAINS VITAMIN D3: Knowing the significant benefits of vitamin D3 and how it aids calcium metabolism, 100 IU of this vitamin was added to this superb calcium formula.
SAFE AND EASY TO USE: Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, and is Vegetarian-friendly. As a dietary supplement, take two capsules per day with a meal, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
SCIENCE FIRST: Designs for Health is the physician’s choice for effective supplements since 1989. Our customers can rest assured that when they order from us, they are receiving top quality, professional-grade nutritional supplements formulated and manufactured in a GMP certified facility in the USA according to our “Science First” approach.


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