Coral Calcium - Source Naturals - Calcium, Magnesium & Essential Trace Minerals

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Coral Calcium - Source Naturals - Calcium, Magnesium & Essential Trace Minerals

Coral calcium contains the alkaline minerals calcium and magnesium, as well as other essential trace minerals. Source Naturals Coral Calcium is eco-friendly because it is harvested in Okinawa, Japan from fossilized (dead) coral and is not harmful to living coral..


Ingredients & Description

Coral calcium contains the alkaline minerals calcium and magnesium, as well as other essential trace minerals. An initial study on an alkaline mineral blend demonstrated an increase in blood alkalinity (pH) and buffering capacity. Proper alkalinity (pH) of the blood is critical for the overall health of the body. Source Naturals Coral Calcium is eco-friendly: it is harvested in Okinawa, Japan from fossilized (dead) coral and is not harmful to living coral.

Suggested Use:

Supplement Facts
Coral Calcium
Serving Size:1/4 Teaspoon (approx. 1.2 grams)
  APS%DV
Coral Calcium 1.2 g 0
Magnesium (from coral) 7 mg <2%
Calcium (from coral) 420 mg 40%

Other Ingredients:

Notes:If you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or breastfeeding, consult your health care professional before using this product.
Do not use if either tamper-evident seal is broken or missing. Keep out of the reach of children.

SKU: SN1565
UPC: 021078015659
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    Asked on: February 26, 2014
    Question: would this product help me with faibroids
    • Admin Answer0 0 A: Alkalizing your body is important in resisting disease. Coral calcium changes the pH level of the bodily fluids from acidic to alkaline. Coral calcium is a great supplement for bone health, cardiovascular health and also boosts the immune system.  I did not find information that stated that coral calcium would help with fibroids. There are no precise answers to why fibroids develope. However there seems to be a link in low progesterone levels compared to estrogen ratio that may be linked to fibroids. Vote down - Vote up

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