Importance of Calcium for Your Body

The body contains more calcium than any other mineral. 99% found in bone and teeth and 1% is in the blood. Calcium is important for heart health, nerves, muscles, skin, bones and teeth. Calcium helps control blood acid/alkaline balance, plays a role in cell division, muscle growth and iron utilization, enzymes actives and helps transport nutrients through cell membranes.

Fossilized stony coral minerals were once immersed in seawater for thousands of years and over time they were raised above the sea. Coral has retained mineral properties of all 72 important seawater minerals. These minerals are very similar to the mineral composition of the human body. The near perfect match and benefits of coral minerals for human consumption is unbeatable and cannot be duplicated in a laboratory.