10/Ten CMZ - Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc - 30 Capsules x 450 mg

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10/Ten CMZ - Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc - 30 Capsules x 450 mg:

  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Helps wound healing
  • Supports bone strength
  • Helps to protect skin from external factors
  • Has a beneficial effect on sleep
  • Relieves muscle pain

10/Ten CMZ

Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc

30 Capsules x 15 mg.
• • • Food Supplement • • •

Calcium is a nutrient that all living organisms need, including humans. It is the most abundant mineral in the body, and it is vital for bone health.

Humans need calcium to build and maintain strong bones, and 99% of the body’s calcium is in the bones and teeth. It is also necessary for maintaining healthy communication between the brain and other parts of the body. It plays a role in muscle movement and cardiovascular function.

Calcium plays various roles in the body. These include the following:

Bone health

Around 99% of the calcium in the human body is in the bones and teeth. Calcium is essential for the development, growth, and maintenance of bone.

As children grow, calcium contributes to the development of their bones. After a person stops growing, calcium continues to help maintain the bones and slow down bone density loss, which is a natural part of the aging process.

Females who have already experienced menopause can lose bone density at a higher rate than males or younger people. They have a higher risk of developing osteoporosis, and a doctor may recommend calcium supplements.

Learn more here about osteoporosis.

Muscle contraction

Calcium helps regulate muscle contraction. When a nerve stimulates a muscle, the body releases calcium. The calcium helps the proteins in muscle carry out the work of contraction.

When the body pumps the calcium out of the muscle, the muscle will relax.

Cardiovascular system

Calcium plays a key role in blood clotting. The process of clotting is complex and has a number of steps. These involve a range of chemicals, including calcium.

Calcium’s role in muscle function includes maintaining the action of the heart muscle. Calcium relaxes the smooth muscle that surrounds blood vessels. Various studies have indicated a possible link between high consumption of calcium and lower blood pressure.

Vitamin D is also essential for bone health, and it helps the body absorb calcium.

What are the benefits of Calcium Carbonate?

Calcium is a co-factor for many enzymes. Without calcium, some key enzymes cannot work efficiently.

Studies have also suggested that consuming enough calcium can result in:

  • a lower risk of developing conditions involving high blood pressure during pregnancy
  • lower blood pressure in young people
  • lower blood pressure in those whose mothers who consumed enough calcium during pregnancy
  • improved cholesterol values

What are the benefits of Magnesium Citrate?

  • Helps reduce the negative symptoms of magnesium deficiency, some of which are: cramps and fatigue
  • Has a beneficial effect on sleep
  • Helps to maintain higher energy levels
    It favors the work of the heart
  • Has a beneficial effect on maintaining normal blood sugar levels in the blood
  • Promotes bone and tooth health, especially in combination with minerals and trace elements
  • Helps maintain normal blood pressure
  • Helps the immune system function properly

Magnesium is the second most abundant mineral in the human body! In parallel, it is one of the most vital trace elements. Regular intake will help reduce stress, fall asleep more easily and reduce muscle cramps and cramps. Regular consumption of fish and seafood, as well as green beans, spinach, oatmeal and bulgur, often meet the daily needs of magnesium for the body.

Now imagine that you do not have these macronutrients available every day. In this regard, its intake as a dietary supplement is becoming mandatory.

Magnesium and ATP synthesis

Magnesium has anabolic effects and plays a significant role in the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). In order to induce optimal anabolic (build-up) reactions in muscle and all connective tissue, it is important to maintain high levels of ATP. Magnesium has also been shown to be necessary for protein synthesis in the body (for new cellular structures - erythrocytes, wound healing, hair coat, etc.) as it plays an important role in the reproduction of DNA and RNA.

If this vital electrolyte is missing in the right amount, the body will be subjected to serious stress and danger. They include: Dizziness Low blood sugar Muscle cramps (sharp cramps can lead to heart attack) Magnesium citrate deficiency can also cause symptoms including high blood pressure and palpitations!

In addition, a number of its anti-catabolic characteristics are associated with the anabolic profile of magnesium citrate. These include preventing cramps, lowering blood pressure (hypertension) and from there, reducing the risk of heart attack and stroke. It should also be noted that the absence of adequate levels of magnesium citrate would seriously impair the particularly important balance between potassium and sodium.
The equilibrium balance between potassium and sodium is usually applied, but it should be emphasized that magnesium is possible in this equation! If this vital electrolyte is missing in the right amount, the body will be subjected to serious stress and danger. They include: Dizziness Low blood sugar Muscle cramps (sharp cramps can lead to heart attack) Magnesium citrate deficiency can also cause symptoms including high blood pressure and palpitations!
It can also cause other symptoms such as fatigue and acid-base balance disorders. Chronic magnesium deficiency can cause migraines, asthma and potentially lead to osteoporosis! Often, the usual diet contains far less than the recommended daily ration (PDD) of magnesium for the day. With so many health and nutrition experts thinking that the SAR values are outdated and in need of updating (in quantitative terms), it is time to study more deeply the physiological role of this much-needed mineral.

What causes magnesium deficiency?

With a small magnesium deficiency, the symptoms are: overexcitement, dizziness, muscle cramps, muscle weakness and fatigue;

A more serious deficiency results in a decrease in calcium and potassium in the body and a retention of sodium, which in turn leads to water retention;
Neurological and muscular symptoms such as tremors and muscle spasms are also common. Symptoms include loss of appetite, nausea and irregular heartbeat;
Magnesium also plays an important role in carbohydrate metabolism and deficiency can lead to a worsening of insulin sensitivity;

If you have a magnesium deficiency, one of the best and easiest ways to get your levels back to the optimum is to take it as a supplement. In addition to avoiding magnesium deficiency, magnesium has many other benefits. It is a relaxant, helps the body to relax and reduces stress. This makes it extremely suitable for bedtime, contributing to a more relaxed and relaxed sleep.

Scientific data show benefits in maintaining testosterone levels and increasing strength in athletes. As the mineral also plays the role of electrolyte, physical activity decreases its levels. Post workout intake is ideal for maintaining balance. High doses of magnesium are widely used as a laxative and are suitable for people with constipation (constipation).

The citrate form is one of the most digestible. It can be very difficult to overdose because the body only regulates absorption. If your magnesium levels are too high, less will be absorbed by the small intestine and vice versa. The most common problem with taking too high doses is diarrhea.

Zinc Citrate

Zinc is an element that is involved in the formation of cellular metabolism, and this is essential for immunity. Zinc is a mineral that is responsible for enzymatic functions, for natural development and growth, for quality wound healing, for normal bleeding, for cell and tissue repair, and more.
Zinc is among the elements that are not synthesized individually in the human body, but is also essential for many organic functions. For this reason, it is mandatory to obtain it through food or as a dietary supplement.

Why is zinc so important to the body?

Strengthens the immune system

Immunity is a system consisting of the protective-adaptive reactions of our body. It is divided into four types - general, local, cellular and humoral. What is the role of zinc? We mentioned that zinc is involved in the formation of cellular metabolism, which is a key factor in immunity. Zinc has the ability to facilitate cell formation and production processes. In addition, this element activates processes for the production of immunoglobulins (serum glycoproteins). Immunoglobulins are tiny elements that build antibodies, thus boosting immune function, and blocking the action of the bacteria that enter "the host" in the body.

Helps heal wounds

Zinc has the properties of promoting the healing of severe and superficial burn injuries, skin irritations and injuries. The main reason is that zinc supports the production of collagen. Collagen is the main protein in connective tissue and the most abundant protein in our body as it is found in our bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, skin and cartilage. It is the main component of connective tissues that builds tendons, ligaments, skin, etc.

Reduces the appearance of acne and protects the skin

The causes of acne are varied, predisposing factors too. Among the most common are the development of bacteria, improper skin care (irregular or too aggressive), hormonal disorders and more.
A large percentage of the world's population suffers from acne and problem skin. Part of the process of acne formation is the development of bacteria, which impairs the upper layer of the skin and activates the inflammatory process.
Studies have shown that professional zinc-based cosmetic products that are intended to treat acne can significantly assist in the treatment (NCBI). They are effective in reducing sebum and blocking bacterial development. The self is a specific fat secretion that is separated from the sebaceous glands. Zinc neutralizes the bacterial action and inhibits the activity of the sebaceous glands, which means that it reduces the production of sebum.

Most commonly, zinc deficiency is characterized by:

  • Reduced immunity
  • Rough, irritated skin
  • Brittle nails
  • Dry and lifeless hair
  • Hard healing wounds
  • Gastrointestinal diseases
  • Memory and concentration problems
  • Decreased libido

Nutrition Facts:

Single dose: 1 capsule
Quantity: 30 capsules
Packing for: 30 days

Quantity in single dose - 1 capsule:
Calcium carbonate - 200 mg
Magnesium citrate - 200 mg (11% Magnesium)
Zinc Citrate - 50 mg (30% Zinc)

Amount per day * dose - 1 capsule:
Calcium carbonate - 200 mg
Magnesium citrate - 200 mg (11% Magnesium)
Zinc Citrate - 50 mg (30% Zinc)

Action: Helps improve the overall condition of the body.
Ingredients: Calcium carbonate, Magnesium citrate, Zinc citrate, gelatin capsule. * Recommended daily intake: 1 (one) capsule daily after meals.

* Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
* Do not take if you are pregnant or breastfeeding woman.
* Food supplements must not replace a balanced and varied diet, and a healthy lifestyle.
* This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
* Consult with your doctor if you have underlying medical condition.

Storage: Store in a dry, cool and protected from direct sunlight place, up to 25 ° C. Keep out of the reach of small children.