Taking adequate amounts of calcium and Vitamin D supplies the nutrients that help prevent or slow the progression of osteoporosis, (bone weakening) hip fractures, certain cancers and falls among the elderly. According to the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), most Americans do not meet the recommended amounts of calcium or the current higher recommendation of vitamin D. Female adolescents have the lowest intakes overall. There are very few food sources rich in Vitamin D, and dependence on sun exposure for Vitamin D production presents several problems e.g. fears of skin cancer, sunburns, etc.
Why take this product?
Based on current scientific data, SuperCalcium+™ supplies the precise amounts of Calcium, Vitamin D and Magnesium to help improve the growth and development of strong, healthy bones and to maintain bone density. These nutrients are generally not met through diet alone. Less than adequate intake of these essential micronutrients may lead to osteoporosis, falls, fractures and increased risk of specific cancers.
Who should take this product?
dotFIT SuperCalcium+ is suitable for:
- Anyone not meeting the recommended amounts of calcium by not consuming two to three daily servings of dairy products or fortified products.
- Individuals not getting optimal amounts of Vitamin D through food, supplements or regular sun exposure.
- As a dietary supplement take 1 tablet 1-2 times daily with a meal and 8 oz. of water
- Contains calcium, magnesium and Vitamin D, which are necessary for proper calcium absorption and utilization.
- Considers the use of other dotFIT products so you can maintain a safe and optimal range of total nutrient intake.
- SuperCalcium+ is one component in the dotFIT longevity program.
- Manufactured in a FDA registered facility, in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) exclusively for dotFIT, LLC.
- The use of calcium supplements by those with a history of kidney stones has varied results. Some individuals with a history of stones will benefit from the supplementation of calcium with food as it aids in the removal of oxalates. Consult with a physician when a history of kidney stones exists, or when taking these drugs: biphosphonates, hydrogen blockers, levothyroxine, proton pump inhibitors, quinolones and tetracyclines.