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Henry Blooms OsteoBlast provides a rich source of Calcium plus beneficial vitamins and minerals which can assist in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis by increasing bone density. It helps maintain healthy connective tissue, bones and teeth, membrane integrity, muscle contraction and vascular tone. Women’s Calcium requirements are increased following menopause.
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Adults & children: Take 1 tablet, twice daily with food (morning & evening).
Calcium: 500 mg
Hydroxyapatite 50 mg
Carbonate 450 mg
Vitamin D3 (Colecalciferol) 500IU 12.5 mcg
Vitamin K1 (Phytomenadione) 23 mcg
Vitamin K2 (Menaquinone 7) 45 mcg
Magnesium (as oxide) 114.61 mg
Manganese (as gluconate) 2.5 mg
Zinc (as oxide) 5 mg
Copper (as gluconate) 800 mcg
Boron (as borax) 1 mg
Silicon (as dioxide) 7.25 mg
No added gluten, yeast, milk derivatives, salt, lactose, artificial colours, flavours and preservatives
Use only as directed. Cautions & Interactions:
For best absorption, it is recommended to take Calcium supplements 2 hours before or after taking iron supplements.
Some people who take Calcium supplements complain about constipation. The best way to prevent constipation is to eat more fibre in your diet from fruits, vegetables, and whole grain products, as well as to drink 6 to 8 glasses of water each day. Also, Calcium interferes with the body’s ability to use certain antibiotics. Do not take Calcium supplements (or eat calcium-rich foods) at the same time as antibiotics. Vitamin D is contraindicated in those who have hypercalcemia and those with evidence of Vitamin D toxicity. Dosages of up to 60 mcg rarely cause adverse effects; however, dosages of over 100 mcg may cause hypercalcemia.
High Calcium intakes consumed on a regular basis may be harmful. It is important to get your daily recommended Calcium and not to consume more than 2500 milligrams of Calcium per day. The adverse effects of excessive Calcium intake may include high blood Calcium levels, kidney stone formation and kidney complications.
Expecting or breastfeeding: Women who are expecting or breastfeeding should not exceed the upper tolerable limit of 3200IU (80 mcg) of Vitamin D.