Description of Plant Based Cal-Mag Caps, Marine Calcium Magnesium, 120 Vegetarian Capsules, Nature's Answer
Nature's Answer Plant Based Cal-Mag
- Dietary Supplement.
- Red Algae & Seawater Derived.
- From Cool, Clean, Pristine Iceland Artic Waters.
- 72 Trace Minerals.
- Vegetarian. Vegan. Gluten-Free.
- Holistically Balanced.
- Cruelty Free.
Discover Marine Minerals and Trust the Difference...
Harvested in the cool, clean and pristine waters off the coast of Iceland, Aquamin's Red Algae and Seawater Marine Calcium, Magnesium, and Multi-Mineral Complex supplies bio-active magnesium, calcium, and 72 other trace minerals.
In an area untouched by industry, the warm waters of the gulfstream meet the cold clean waters of the artic and the perfect conditions exist for Red Algae to build up.
Supported by a significant and growing body of scientific publications, Aquamin's unique matrix of trace minerals works synergistically together to give a powerful boost to magnesium's bioactivity.
Plants vs Rocks
Plant based minerals differ elementally and structurally from mined minerals. Marine vegetation is richer in minerals than vegetation from the land.
Plant based sea minerals' unique porous honeycombed vegetative cell structure gives it a number of significant benefits from its chemical behavior to its absorption.
A unique trace mineral profile is gained from its marine source. The elements are at trace quantities within a multimineral matrix working synergistically to deliver a powerful boost to the action of calcium and magnesium.
Serving Size: 4 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving %Daily Value
Calcium (from Aquamin Red Algae (from Lithothamnium sp Thallus) and Seawater) 500 mg 50%
Magnesium (from Aquamin Seawater) 250 mg 62%
Sodium 15 mg 1%
Other Ingredients: Vegetable cellulose (capsule), microcrystalline cellulose, calcium silicate.
As a dietary supplement, take four (4) capsules once a day with food.
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