Chrono Healthcare - Calcium With Vitamin D TR (Timed Release) - 60 Tablets
Staying active is an important part of our lives and calcium plays a large part in helping us do so. Calcium plays a major role in many bodily functions and we are constantly breaking down and rebuilding bones to maintain calcium levels within the blood. As we age, our body loses the ability to produce bone faster than it is depleted. The result is weaker bones, risk of nutritional related challenges, as well as injury. Chrono Calcium TR can help aid the body in its rebuilding challenges, by making available the building blocks for healthy teeth and bones, as your body demands it.
Chrono Healthcare Calcium With Vitamin D TR (Timed Release):
- Provides a Consistent Supply of Calcium and Vitamin D3
- 24 Hour
- LINIEX Time Release
Chrono Calcium TR also contains Vitamin D, essential for the body to absorb and utilize Calcium. Recent studies have shown a large amount of the American population to be deficient in Vitamin D. Chrono Calcium TR is formulated with 800 IU’s of Vitamin D to help maximize the absorption of Chrono Calcium TR.
Calcium is an important element in maintaining strong bones and an essential part of a healthy diet. Most often, women benefit the most from supplemental calcium. As women age, their bodies demand for calcium increases. If dietary levels are insufficient, the body reacts by taking calcium from bones, which leaves them brittle and vulnerable to fractures. Calcium is also important in proper muscle function and may aid cardiovascular health. As we age, we often decrease our dietary intake of calcium because of digestive challenges and because high levels of saturated fat, cholesterol and calories tend to accompany calcium. Age and dietary decrease of calcium is the main reason for supplementing your body with Chrono Calcium TR.
Calcium is essential for pregnant women due to the demands placed on the body by the fetus. Calcium deficiencies during this period weaken bones and compromise proper muscle function, for both mother and child. Calcium is essential to proper fetal development.
Estrogen is important in the absorption and utilization of calcium. Menopausal women experience a decrease in estrogen and therefor limited in their ability to metabolize calcium.