Calcium is the most abundant mineral in our body. It makes up about 2% of the body-weight and about 39% of the total body minerals.
Calcium plays an essential role in: -
- Building bone mass and preventing osteoporosis
- Critical in the homeostatic maintenance of nerve, muscle and other tissue activity
- Proper kidney function
- Regulation of blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels
- Essential for a wide range of fundamental cellular reactions.
- Known to activate more than 300 enzymes.