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Brand: Pure Essence Labs     Categories: Bones / Calcium / Vitamin D


 

Super D-K Calcium Plus Orange Vanilla

 

The minerals in Ionic-Fizz Super D-K Calcium Plus™ begin as lactates, carbonates, etc., but are converted to pure mineral ions (by malic, citric and ascorbic acids) when mixed with water. Coupled with the perfect balance of calcium and magnesium, Ionic Fizz™ Super D-K Calcium Plus™ contains every nutrient that strong bones require (including 1,000 IU of Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2 as menaquinone MK-7). Ionic-Fizz™ Super D-K Calcium Plus™ is the clear choice for those with family histories of weak bones.

Item#

Brand

Name

Size

Form

Retail

Price

 

56733

Pure Essence Labs

Super D-K Calcium Plus Orange Vanilla

420

Gram

$53.98

$35.09

 

53677

Pure Essence Labs

Super D-K Calcium Plus Mixed Berry

420

Gram

$56.90

$36.99

 

 



Super D-K Calcium Plus Orange Vanilla

Super D-K Calcium Plus Orange Vanilla  420  Gram


Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Level Scoop (7g)
Servings Per Container: 60

Amount per
serving
% Daily*
Value

Vitamin A (as beta carotene)

250

IU

5%

Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)

250

mg

416%

Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol)

1,000

IU

167%

Vitamin K2 (as menaquinone MK-7)

45

mcg

56%

Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCl)

1

mg

50%

Folate (as folic acid)

50

mcg

13%

Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin)

30

mcg

50%

Calcium (from Ca lactate)

250

mg

25%

Magnesium (from Mg carbonate)

300

mg

75%

Zinc (from Zn lactate)

2

mg

13%

Copper (from Cu gluconate)

250

mcg

13%

Manganese (from Mn gluconate)

1

mg

50%

Potassium (from K carbonate)

100

mg

3%

Silica-rich Bamboo leaf extract

60

mg

**

Complete ionic trace mineral complex

10

mg

**

Boron (from B citrate)

500

mcg

**

*Percent Daily Values are based on the 2000 Calorie Diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
**Daily value not established.


Other Ingredients: citric acid, natural flavors, malic acid, lo han (fruit), stevia, beta carotene.


Suggested Use:
One level scoop in 6-8 ounces of water.

 

Feature
Benefit

7 Ionic Minerals
(Calcium, Magnesium, Boron, Copper, Manganese, Potassium & Zinc)

Most widely recognized mineral forms utilized by the body.
The world's best absorbed minerals.
Smaller mineral particles increase the rate of absorption.
Easily digested, absorbed, and utilized even by those with digestive issues.

Vitamin D3
(as cholecalciferol)

Aids in calcium absorption and is vital for healthy bone development.
Supports the immune system and longevity.
Regulates calcium and phosphorus levels in the blood.

Vitamin K2
(as menaquinone MK-7)

Shown to support bone density when used along with Vitamin D3.
The highest quality Vitamin K available and identical to the Vitamin K produced in the large intestines.

Calcium
(from Ca lactate)

Requires a much lower amount of calcium to achieve the same benefit that you would see by taking much higher levels of other calcium products.
Supports strong bones, teeth, and aids in muscle contractions.

Magnesium
(from Mg carbonate)

Requires a much lower amount of magnesium to achieve the same benefit that you would see by taking much higher levels of other magnesium products.
Magnesium is involved in energy production and storage, the breakdown of fatty acids, protein synthesis, DNA metabolism, muscle relaxation, neurotransmitter activity, and hormone regulation.
Magnesium is stored primarily in the bones, and along with other minerals, plays an important role in depositing calcium into the bones.

Boron
(from B citrate)

Works with Calcium and Vitamin D to support bone health.

Electrolyte Mineral Complex
(Potassium, Magnesium & Calcium)

An ideal way to replace vital electrolyte minerals, normally lost through exercise and perspiration, without consuming high amounts of sugar, like those found in common Sport drinks

Vitamin B12
(as methylcobalamin)

The activated form of Vitamin B12 that is important for energy production & normal functioning of the brain and nervous system. Essential to bone formation and maintenance.

Vitamin C
(as ascorbic acid)

Required for collagen and bone synthesis. Also aids in absorption & utilization of minerals.

Vitamin A
(as beta carotene)

A Pro-Vitamin A carotenoid known for its anti-oxidant benefits for the skin and eyes. Essential to bone formation and maintenance.

How Can Minerals Be Ionic When They Enter the Stomach?

Ionic-Fizz™ Calcium Plus is a powder that contains common calcium and magnesium salts. It also contains the exact levels of citric acid (from citrus fruits), malic acid (from apples) and ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) necessary to free the calcium and magnesium ions from these salts. When you put them in a glass and add water, the light fizzing you notice is the process of this ionic liberation occurring. This means that when you drink IonicFizz™, the minerals are all 100% predigested, and 100% ready for immediate absorption into the bloodstream. We know of no other mineral products that even approach these figures.*


Why Do Other Supplements Provide So Much More Calcium?

Other supplements provide higher levels of calcium because their calcium is difficult to digest, and thus, poorly absorbed. Even worse, few provide magnesium, which we would expect to undermine the benefits their calcium is meant to impart. They also fail to provide Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Folate, Zinc, Copper, Manganese, Potassium, Silica, Boron and other trace minerals that are vital for building strong bones and promoting health in general.


The bottom line is simple. One or two servings per day of Ionic-Fizz™ Calcium Plus provide all the calcium, magnesium, and other factors you need for strong bones. It is living proof that the perfect balance of Nature is always superior to overloading one nutrient while ignoring others.


Is There Anyone Who Shouldn’t Use Ionic-Fizz™ Calcium Plus?

Those with kidney disease should avoid magnesium supplements. They should get their magnesium through a diet that is rich in green, leafy vegetables. Everyone else can use as much magnesium as they like. The only side effect of excess magnesium is a loose stool that dissipates within 24 hours of reducing magnesium intake. One would have to be extremely sensitive to magnesium for this to occur with only one or two scoops of IonicFizz™ Calcium Plus per day.


No calcium supplement should be used at the same time as Synthroid® or Armour® Thyroid, , as calcium can reduce their absorption. If you use one of these drugs, you should speak with your healthcare professional for recommended usage.


Other than these situations, Ionic-Fizz™ Calcium Plus is the ideal supplement for improving or maintaining bone strength and avoiding calcium’s deposition in soft tissues. It is the only product on the market that delivers 100% of its calcium as the ions your body absorbs, is correctly balanced with magnesium (also delivered as ions), and provides every other nutrient you need for strong bones.*


Ionic-Fizz™ Super D-K Calcium Plus

When we introduced Ionic-Fizz™ Calcium Plus, Vitamin K2 in its menoquinone form was not available. There was also little research pointing to the need for dramatically higher levels of Vitamin D. Today, menoquinone is available, and hundreds of studies have shown that higher levels of Vitamin D enhance health in countless ways.


These factors have led us to offer a reformulation of the original Ionic-Fizz™ Calcium Plus product. We call it Ionic-Fizz™ Super D-K Calcium Plus. However, the new form of Vitamin K is nearly 100 times more expensive than the more common form, which translates into a substantially higher retail cost for Ionic-Fizz™ Super D-K Calcium Plus. Because of this, we have not discontinued the original. If you feel your health risks warrant the additional cost, by all means use the new version. If not, stick with the original.


Because Ionic-Fizz™ Super D-K Calcium Plus contains Vitamin K, which promotes the clotting of blood; you should consult your physician before using it if you are taking a blood thinning drug like Warfarin® or Coumadin®. In most situations, your physician will be able to monitor your blood viscosity, and by adjusting the dose of your blood thinning medication, make it possible for you to take Vitamin K. But, do not attempt to do this on your own. Always consult your physician.*


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