Calcium promotes a healthy heart and healthy nerves. It helps muscles contract and is essential to bone and teeth health. Calcium is also very important when it comes to secreting enzymes and hormones. Calcium is great for our skin and reduces menstrual cramps also known as period pains.
Am I deficient in Calcium? Do you experience muscle cramps or tremors?
Have you had any joint pain or arthritis? Do you suffer high blood pressure? If you answered yes to any of these you could need more calcium, talk it through with your doctor.
You can find Calcium in the following foods;
Calcium Amino Acid Chelate or Citrate are good supplements for Calcium and are absorbed better than Calcium Carbonate.
Calcium works well with measured amounts of Magnesium, Phosphorus, Boron and Vitamin D. Calcium also works well with exercise.