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Why is Calcium so important?
October 31/10/2018, 08.35PM
More than 99% of calcium in our body is stored in bones and teeth, to keep strong. When calcium is absorbed in our body that using vitamin D is transported to the bone. There, along with phosphorus to give strength to all bones.
Bones grow and shape of the tenth to the twentieth year of our lives. After 30 years of age this process slows down and takes up to 30 years of age. Then the body begins to consume the stored reserves of calcium to maintain proper functioning of the nervous and cardiovascular system.
Many studies show that calcium protects against increases in blood pressure. Also helps protect against cancer.