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Calcium - The basic building block for our bones

Calcium is a mineral and can, like all other trace elements, not be produced by the body itself. It is mainly absorbed by the consumption of dairy products and mineral water. Calcium is the most important mineral in our body and is an elementary building block for bones and teeth. The mineral provides for building and maintaining bone density and affects bone growth. Calcium is not only important for robust bones, but also for normal muscle function and blood clotting. Also for a regular heartbeat and the function of the nervous system calcium plays an essential role. However, a sufficient supply of vitamin D is important for the absorption of the mineral, since the vitamin D hormone transports the calcium ions from the intestine into the blood. Without a simultaneous intake or provision of vitamin D, therefore, no calcium intake would be possible. This hormone is also responsible for the absorption of magnesium in the blood, which sets calcium and magnesium in relation to each other. If you take too much calcium on the one hand, the magnesium intake deteriorates. Conversely, calcium intake would be worsened if a larger amount of magnesium were taken up. The ideal ratio of magnesium to calcium is 2: 1. Calcium is contained in many foods. Good calcium suppliers are above all milk and milk products. However, those who eat vegan or suffer from lactose intolerance can resort to alternatives. In addition to soy milk, vegetable foods such as hazelnuts and green vegetables are suitable. Furthermore, mineral water is known as calcium supplier. Unfortunately, calcium intake in the body is affected by some ingredients in certain foods. For example, the oxalic acid contained in spinach and the pythin contained in whole grains are negative factors with respect to the calcium actives. The recommended daily amount of calcium is 1200mg. If you are very rich in protein, the calcium intake is also negatively affected. Also high physical stress lets the calcium content sink. The resulting sweat, a large amount of calcium is eliminated and unusable for the organism. Especially in this case are appropriate calcium preparations to avoid deficiency symptoms.