Calcium is essential for life from before the cradle up to grave.
The body needs calcium for muscles to move and for nerves to carry messages between the brain and every part of the body. Calcium is used to help blood vessels move blood throughout the body and to help release hormones and enzymes, that effect almost every function in the human body. BONES ARE MADE OF Calcium, phosphorous, protein, magnesium, vitamins, minerals. THE ROLE CALCIUM PLAYS FOR LIFE 1. Regulates human life activities 2. Crucial to the development of normal bones and teeth 3. Maintains the cardiovascular system 4. Keeps the cells structure, nervous system healthy, muscle contraction, and heart pulsating. CALCIUM DISTRIBUTION IN THE BODY · 99% is present in bones and teeth · 1% in body fluid and soft tissues CALCIUM DEFIECIENCY CAUSES · Calcium metabolism disorders · Osteoporosis · Total 109 calcium deficiency related diseases SYMPTOMS OF CALCIUM DEFICIENCY PREGNANCY AND BREAST FEEDING WOMEN Osteoporosis, toothache, waist pain, backache GROWING UP CHILDREN Slow growth, low immunity, rickets, near sightedness, sleeplessness, restlessness, choosy with food. ADULTHOOD Cramps, twitching muscles, insomnia, irregular heartbeat MENOPAUSE Fatigue, insomnia, nervousness, feelings of loneliness, depressed, waist and back pain, hot tempered. MIDDLE AGED AND SENIOR Insomnia, osteoporosis, bone fractures, reduction in height, cramps, waist and back pain. THROUGHOUT THE WORLD MAJORITY OF PEOPLE FAIL TO TAKE CALCIUM RECOMMENDED BY WHO