An easy-to-digest option, this low-potency calcium citrate, magnesium oxide and vitamin D3 formula is suitable for people who are not at high risk of bone loss. Extra magnesium improves vitamin D activity, decreases the risk of osteoporosis, and is beneficial for diabetics, muscle relaxation, headache or migraine prevention and relief of constipation.
Low potency, easy to digest
Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human body and it is an essential factor in maintaining strong bones and teeth. Daily stress, pollution, caffeine, carbonated drinks, and some prescription drugs deplete calcium levels and most diets do not provide us with adequate calcium. This may be part of the reason that in Canada, one in three women as well as one in five men over the age of 50 develop osteoporosis, leading to fractures, decreased independence, and often permanent disability. Sisu Calcium & Magnesium 1:1 helps you complement your diet with those essential minerals and vitamin D to prevent bone loss and improve bone density.
Low-potency formula of calcium citrate, magnesium oxide, and vitamin D3
Suitable for people who are not at high risk of bone loss and who need a lower amount of those nutrients to supplement a healthy diet; also suitable for people who are taking calcium and magnesium in other supplements (multivitamins, minerals)
Calcium citrate is better absorbed in post-menopausal women
Magnesium improves vitamin D activity and decreases the risk of developing osteoporosis
The extra magnesium can be also beneficial for diabetics and for muscle relaxation, headache or migraine prevention and relief of constipation
Vitamin D is essential to calcium absorption and helps support bone density and reduce fractures
Calcium (calcium citrate)
Magnesium (magnesium oxide)
Vitamin D (vitamin D3)
equivalent to 100 IU of vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) activity
Magnesium stearate (vegetable), gelatin
Dairy, wheat, or gluten
Take 2 capsules daily with food or as directed by a health care practitioner. Take a few hours before or after taking other medications