Swissgarde Cal-C-Mag - Calcium carbonate, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Boron, Glycine, Vitamin D, Vitamin C

Tonight I will be looking at one of our products called:

Cal-C-Mag contains seven ingredients. They are:
calcium carbonate
vitamin d
vitamin c
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now let us take a look at each ingredient
Calcium carbonate is a dietary supplement used when the amount of calcium taken in the diet is not enough. Calcium is needed by the body for healthy bones, muscles, nervous system, and heart.
Calcium carbonate is also used as an antacid to relieve heartburn, acid indigestion, and upset stomach.

Magnesium is a mineral supplement used to treat or prevent low levels of magnesium in the blood. Magnesium is important for many systems in the body, but it is especially vital for healthy muscles and bones. It can also be used to relieve heartburn or indigestion.

Phosphorus is the second most plentiful mineral in our bodies. (the first is calcium) our bodies need phosphorus for functions, such as filtering waste and repairing tissues and cells.
Most people get the amount of phosphorus they need through their daily diets. In fact, it is more common to have too much phosphorus in our bodies than too little.
Kidney disease or eating too much phosphorus and not enough calcium can lead to an excess of phosphorous.
However, certain health conditions (such as diabetes and alcoholism ) or medications (such as some antacids ) can cause phosphorus levels in our bodies to drop too low.
When phosphorus levels are too high or too low, it can cause medical complications, such as heart disease, joint pains, or fatigue.
We need phosphorus to keep our bones strong and healthy, to help make energy, and to move our muscles.

Phosphorus helps to build strong bones and teeth
filter out waste in the kidneys
manages how the body stores and uses energy, grows, maintains and
repair tissues and cells
produce DNA and RNA — the body’s genetic building blocks
balances and uses vitamins such as vitamins b and d, as well as other minerals like iodine, magnesium, and zinc
assist in muscle contraction
maintain a regular heartbeat
facilitates nerve conduction
reduces muscle pain after exercises
most foods contain phosphorus. Foods that are rich in protein are also excellent sources of phosphorus.
Meat and poultry fish milk and other dairy products eggs nuts and seeds, beans
when your diet contains enough calcium and protein, you'll likely have enough phosphorus. This is because many of the foods that are high in calcium are also high in phosphorous
the amount of phosphorus you need in our diet depends on our age.
Adults need less phosphorus than children between the ages of 9 to 18, but more than children under 8 years old.
Too much phosphorous can be toxic. An excess of the mineral can cause diarrhea, as well as a hardening of organs and soft tissue.
High levels of phosphorus can affect your body's ability to effectively use other minerals, such as iron, calcium, magnesium, and zinc.
Joint or bone pain, loss of appetite, irritability or anxiety, fatigue, and poor bone development in children are symptoms of not enough phosphorous

Boron is an important and often underutilized trace mineral naturally present in certain foods.
Boron affects the way the body handles other minerals like calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus. It also increases estrogen levels in older (postmenopausal) women and healthy men. (estrogen helps maintain healthy bones and mental function)
boron can help keep the skeletal structure strong by adding to bone density, preventing osteoporosis, treating conditions like arthritis, and improving strength and muscle mass.
It is used by many athletes and bodybuilders because it's believed to increase the body's ability to produce and use testosterone, so it's beneficial for recovering from exercise, preventing aches and pains, building muscle mass and keeping bones strong.
Additionally, boron is linked to improved brain function, since it helps boost concentration, focus, and the ability to learn new information. 

Boron can be used to prevent:
Osteoporosis and weak bones
Low concentration or “brain fog” poor memory,
Signs of aging on the skin worsened menopausally and PMS symptoms
Weak muscles
Stomach and digestive parasites
Candida infection and yeast infections
Eye infections

Boron Health Benefits
Increases concentration and brain function
Helps reverse arthritis
Strengthen bones
Balances hormones.
Promotes healthy muscle mass prevents and treats yeast infections
Heals skin issues
Prevents infections
Fights diabetes.

Vitamin D also was known as the sunshine vitamin, is produced by the body as a response to sun exposure, it can also be consumed in food or supplements.
Having enough vitamin d is important for several reasons, like maintaining healthy bones and teeth. Protecting against conditions such as cancer, Type 1 Diabetes and Multiple sclerosis.
Vitamin d plays multiple roles in the body:
it helps to maintain the health of bone and teeth.
It supports the health of the immune system, the brain, and nervous system
it regulates insulin levels and aid diabetes management.
It supports the functioning of the lungs and cardiovascular health
vitamin d influences the expression 0f genes involved in cancer development.
Despite the name, vitamin d is considered a prohormone and not actually a vitamin. Vitamins are nutrients that cannot be created by the body and therefore must be taken in through our diet. However, vitamin d can be synthesized by our bodies when sunshine hits our skin.

Healthy Bones
Reduces the risk of flu
Reduces the risk of diabetes
Healthy infants Healthy pregnancy
Helps to prevent cancer
Getting sick or infected often. (ie low immunity)
Fatigue, always tired and feeling lethargic
Pains in the bones and back
Depressed mood
Impaired wound healing
Hair loss.
Muscle pain.
Fibromyalgia. Osteoporosis.
It can also contribute to the cause of some certain cancers, especially breast, prostate and colon cancer.
Vitamin c is most likely the most popular vitamin! It is a powerhouse that helps to keep our whole body healthy.
It promotes healthy bones, skin, and blood vessels.
It helps to build up and maintain our immune system.
It is a powerful antioxidant that fights free radicals and oxidative stress.
It helps to prevent and fight all kinds of infection
While we may not be familiar with the term specifically, we use glycine every day to strengthen our bodies. This amino acid is essential for many different muscles, cognitive and metabolic functions.
It helps break down and transport nutrients like glycogen and fat to be used by the cells for energy, and in the process, it supports strong immune, digestive and nervous systems.
In the human body, glycine is found in high concentrations in the skin, connective tissues of the joints and muscle tissue.
Glycine can be used to help lower symptoms in people suffering from conditions like ulcers, arthritis, leaky gut syndrome, diabetes, kidney, and heart failure, neurobehavioral disorders, chronic fatigue, sleep disorders, and even certain cancers.
Helps to build lean muscle mass
Prevents sarcopenia (muscle loss, muscle wasting or deterioration)
Plays a role in the production of human growth
Hormones boosting
Helps mental performance and memory
Prevents strokes and seizures
Protects the skin from signs of aging or cellular mutations
Protects collagen in joints, reduces joint pains, improves flexibility and range of motion
Helps to stabilize blood sugar and lowers the risk for type 2 diabetes
Improves sleep quality
Lowering inflammation and free radical damage by increasing
glutathione production
Reduces the risk for certain types of cancer
Builds the lining of the gastrointestinal tract producing bile salts and digestive enzymes
Helps to reduce allergic and autoimmune reactions
Boosts energy levels and fights fatigue
Helps to produce red blood cells
Fights the effects of stress and anxiety
It helps to control symptoms of seizures, schizophrenia, and mental disorders.

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Several key ways glycine is used in the body: Promotes muscle growth
Glycine is known as an ANTI-AGING AMINO ACID because of how it helps maintain lean muscle mass into old age stimulates the secretion of human growth hormones prevent loss of cartilage in joints and even improves daytime energy, physical performance, and mental capabilities (all these are important for athletes)
Glycine provides muscles with a direct source of fuel to repair damage and grow back stronger. It also helps provide cells with energy.
It also has benefits when it comes to hormones production and regulation.
Repairs and protects joints and cartilage
Glycine plays a part in the formation of collagen, promoting the growth and the function of joints, tendons, and ligaments.
As people get older, it is especially important to consume enough proteins (amino acids ) to repair damaged tissues within joints that suffer due to ongoing free radical damage. Glycine is essential for the formation of stretchy, flexible cartilage, it helps heal damaged joints and can prevent loss of mobility and functionality in older adults.
Improves digestion
Amino acids, including glycine and proline, help rebuild tissue that lines the digestive tract, keeping food particles and bacteria inside the guts where they belong, rather than allowing any openings to from those pass particles to the bloodstream where they can trigger inflammation.
Glycine helps form two of the most important substances that make up the gut lining: collagen and gelatin.

Collagen and Gelatine help people with food allergies and sensitivities to tolerate foods more easily,
can soothe the lining of the gi tract in people with inflammatory bowel diseases or indigestion (including leaky gut syndrome)
it helps break down fats by aiding with the production of bile acids and helps transport glycogen to cells to be used for energy.
Glycine can help to stabilize blood sugar levels, leading to more lasting energy and preventing sugar cravings and fatigue.
Slows the effects of aging and builds the immune system
Glycine helps to form glutathione, a valuable antioxidant that is used to prevent cellular damage and various signs of aging.
Calms the nerves and feeds the brain
Glycine is beneficial for supporting cognitive performance and the central nervous system because of how it helps regulate the metabolic synthesis of certain nutrients that the brain and nerves use for energy. It helps to regulate nerve impulses throughout the body by balancing electrolyte levels, such as calcium, chloride, and potassium. 
Glycine helps to improve sleep, mental performance, bodily sensations, moods, memory, and behaviors.
Glycine can help reduce hyperactivity in the brain and even plays a role in the treatment or prevention of mental disorders, including learning disabilities, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder /manic depression, and epilepsy. Glycine helps reduce psychotic symptoms, strokes, and seizures when used with other supplements as part of a holistic treatment plan for mental /cognitive illness.
Fights fatigue and promotes restful sleep.
It helps directly bring nutrients to cells and tissues for energy at all times of the day. Glycine improves sleep quality, lessens daytime sleepiness, and improves the performance of memory recognition tasks.
One of its most important functions is helping to carry out the biosynthesis of heme, a component of hemoglobin that helps produce and maintain red blood cells. Red blood cells help to carry oxygen around the body, support cellular functions, and provide the tissues, heart, and brain with energy.
In fact, glycine is often used in supplements meant to improve energy in athletes fight fatigue caused by anemia and help regulate blood sugar levels

Glycine is the second most widespread amino acid found in human enzymes and proteins, which is why it has roles in nearly every part of the body.
People who are ill, recovering from surgery, taking medications that hinder certain metabolic processes or who are under a lot of stress can all use glycine for recovery.

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Menstrual Issues
Menopausal Issues
Mental Illness /Disorders
Auto-Immune Disorder
Joint Pains
Memory Loss
Hormonal Imbalance
Low Blood Count
Teeth And Gum Issues
Nervous System Disorder
Digestive Issues
Low Immunity
Prostate Issues
Manic Depression
Learning Disabilities
Hyperactivity In The Brain
Leaky Gut Syndromes
Bowel Disease
Muscle Loss
Heart Disease /Failure
Kidney Issues
Hair Loss
Bone Disease
Multiple Sclerosis
Skin Issues
Yeast Infection
Cardiovascular Health

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