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RootKing Calcium D
RootKing Calcium D
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RootKing Calcium D
(120 capsules + 30 capsules extra)

Improve nerve conduction
Improve bone density and strength
Reduce risk of osteoporosis
Regulate muscle contraction and joint flexibility
Regulate blood vessel contraction
Maintain blood calcium level for healthy heart
Product Code: A11162

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Product Description

RootKing Calcium-D

In the average body, 99% of the calcium is located in bones and teeth, and 1% of calcium is in the blood. It plays an important role in health function, bone growth and lower the risk of osteoporosis in later years. The calcium in the blood helps regulate heart and other muscle contractions, and transmits nerve. Insufficient calcium intake in the diet may lead to calcium being pulled from bones to maintain the blood cal cium level. Bone continuously breaks down while new bone forms, thus bones are constantly reforming every day.

Vitamin D is essential for normal growth and development of bones and teeth especially in early years. Its role is to regulate growth, hardening and repair of bone by controlling calcium absorption, phosphorus from small intestine and maintaining the calcium level in the body. It also promotes blood cell formation, reduces inflammation and enhances immunity system. As vitamin D is needed for calcium absorption, therefore many professional physicians and nutritionists recommend calcium with vitamin D until today.

RootKing Calcium-D is essential for strong bones, muscles, nerves and heart health. The product contains calcium carbonate with equivalent amount of elemental calcium that is needed to achieve the recommended or desired calcium intake daily. Formulated with vitamin D3, it enhances your immunity, promotes calcium absorption and maintaining adequate serum calcium concentrations for bone reformation.

How to use:

Take 1 caplet 3 times a day after each meal. Osteoporosis, pregnant and lactating women, pre/post menopause women, and elderly user may increase intake as recommended by your doctor.

Packing size: 120 capsules plus 30 capsules extra.


Improve nerve conduction

Improve bone density and strength

Reduce risk of osteoporosis

Regulate muscle contraction and joint flexibility

Regulate blood vessel contraction

Maintain blood calcium level for healthy heart

Other benefits:

Maintaining blood calcium levels

Balance between bone loss and deposition which vary with age

Regulate blood vessel contraction for healthy heart and other areas

Regulate immune function

Regulate insulin activity, calcium and phosphorus balance.

Regulate muscle contraction and joint flexibility

Reduce risk of brittle bones that may lead to fractures (spine, hip, and wrist)

Improve nerve conduction

Improve bone development, bone density and strength

Reduce risk of osteoporosis

User group: anyone with inadequate calcium intake, restricted to sunlight exposure, does not consume or intolerance to milk/dairy products. Not suitable for user with regular constipation problem, chronic kidney problem or kidney stones.

Risk Factors In Different Age Groups (Calcium deficiency)

Infant and Children: rickets, skeletal abnormalities such as knock-knees, bowed legs, spinal curvature, narrowed chest, contracted pelvis, delay in sitting up, crawling and walking, tooth decay, brittle nails. Sweats, sleeping disorder, poor appetite, indigestion, slow in growth.

Teenage and Adults: small and thin, affect feminine development in girls, menstrual cramps, defective teeth, pale skin and listless appearance, myopia, poor concentration, lethargy.

Older Adults: osteoporosis, fracture incidents (hip, pelvic, waist), advanced tooth decay and hair loss, rheumatoid arthritis, insomnia, nerve problem, lethargy, low libido.

Pregnant women: low blood calcium, leg cramps, lack of calcium during pregnancy could cause health problems later in life, such as bones become porous.

Calcium and Osteoporosis: Osteoporosis is most often associated with inadequate calcium intakes generally (1,000-1,500 mg/day), but insufficient vitamin D contributes to osteoporosis by reducing calcium absorption. Osteoporosis is an example of a long-term effect of calcium and vitamin D insufficiency. During menopause, the balance between these processes changes, resulting in more bone being resorbed than rebuilt. Insufficient calcium intake to maintain blood calcium will cause the body will pull the calcium it needs from the bones. Over years, this can make the bones porous, weak, and brittle and increases the risk of osteoporosis.

According to National National Osteoporosis Foundation (USA) recommendations:

Below age 51 --- 1000mg / 400-80 iu
Over age 51 --- 1200mg / 800-1000 iu

* Post-menopausal women may require higher intake to reduce risk of osteoporosis.




Key point on to boost your daily calcium intake

  1. Understand your health conditions and find out more on health knowledge. When purchasing calcium supplement, select one which is suitable for your health and intake requirement.

  2. Practice good diet and exercise regularly to help calcium absorption. Reduce foods that contain too much protein, sodium and caffeine as it may cause the body to lose calcium. Just remember 3 key objectives to prevent osteoporosis must be reach: sufficient calcium intake, adequate vitamin D and exercise.

  3. Evaluate your typical daily intake of calcium and vitamin D from food. Different calcium quantity is need for different groups of people. Calcium is best absorbed when taken in smaller amounts more frequently and with meals. In some cases higher intake as directed by a doctor.

  4. Taking calcium is a long term basis and should not cause financial worry. Expensive product may not meant the best, select a calcium product that is affordable and within your budget. Most importantly buy according to your health.

  5. Higher content do not mean good. As suggest by doctors and experts, calcium is best absorbed when taken in smaller amounts each time.

  6. If you require a check on your blood calcium level or bone mass, visit a clinic or orthopedist. Bone patient should take calcium supplements under a doctor’s advice or recommendation.