As we age, the body begins to take calcium from the bones for other uses in the body. Calcium by itself is difficult for the body to absorb and use throughout the body.
Attaching an amino acid, L-Threonate, to Calcium makes it many times more absorbent so it can be used through the body more effectively. Calcium relaxes muscles, including those of the digestive system. It builds bones, neutralizes acidity, and exports toxins from the cells and bloodstream. Calcium provides blood and nervous system support.