How much elemental
calcium am I getting in each serving of NanoCal?
Single dose = one mini-scoop = +/- 1/8
teaspoon = 667mg
10% CaO (Nano-Cal™) @100% elemental Ca = 67mg Ca
45% Ca Gluconate (@ 9% elemental Ca) = 27mg Ca
45% Mg Glycinate (@ 20% elemental Mg) = 60 mg Mg
Total elemental Calcium:
Total elemental Magnesium: 60mg
Recommended RDA Ca: 1000mg
Recommended RDA Mg: 400mg
Is there such a thing as NanoCalcium?
No, there is no such thing as "nano-calcium". Nano-Cal™ is a
trademark (USPTO: 78501799).
The product and company name was
invented to emphasize the quantum time frame involved
in changing the polarity of drinking
water by the addition of this form of calcium.
Perhaps due to the success of the
product, other companies began to use the term "nano-calcium" when referring to their own products,
however this is in no way a scientific term, is confusing at best, and intentionally misleading at
worst. Avoid these products.
What is the difference between Nano-Cal™
and Coral calcium?
is CaO (calcium oxide), reacts in water and alters its polarity.
Coral Calcium CaCO3
(calcium carbonate) does not react in this fashion as the calcium is bound
to a carbonate. Coral Ca therefore has the tendency to only be partially
absorbable by the gut.
The difference is that water
not the gut acts
as the medium to disassociate the Calcium ION from its salt (binder) which is the elemental
representation of the metal the body needs.
is dissolved and dissociated in water prior to ingestion.
is 500,000 ppm Calcium
compared to an average of 35,000 PPM in Coral Calcium.
Vitamin D and Nano-Cal™:
use Vitamin D with Nano-Cal™
or with any Calcium supplement .
This cannot be overstated. Ensure at least
1000 IU daily or 5000 IU weekly
you have any questions about dosage, see a doctor for a vitamin D test.
good source of Vitamin D can be found at: http://bio-tech-pharm.com
one use Nano-Cal™
in any water?
Yes, although we recommend using
filtered or otherwise purified water where possible.
I add Nano-Cal™
to fruit juices or other liquids?
you can add Nano-Cal™
to any (potable) liquid. the difference will be in effectiveness. Adding it
to an acidic liquid will obviously mitigate the alkalizing affect of the
NanoCal, but you'll still get the calcium. We have had reports
of people adding Nano-Cal™
to wine to soften harsh tannins. (It works!) I have added it to orange juice
to soften the acids....