Readily absorbed calcium plus vitamin D3 to support strong, healthy bones and healthy bone mass.
Features and benefits
Nutrients in Fusion Calcium Advanced support:
- Strong, healthy bones and teeth
- Healthy bone mass and mineralisation
- Healthy bone development and growth in children and teenagers
- Healthy muscle contraction and immune system function
Fusion Calcium Advanced has been specially formulated with calcium glycinate and calcium citrate, which are more readily absorbed and used by the body than some other forms of calcium (such as calcium carbonate).
Many people of all ages don’t get the recommended amounts of calcium from their diets, which may lead to osteoporosis in later life. In post-menopausal women whose dietary intake is inadequate, Calcium Advanced may help prevent osteoporosis.
Calcium Advanced also contains vitamin D3, which is required for calcium uptake and its absorption into the bones.
How it works
Many people in Australia aren’t getting the recommended amount of calcium from their daily diet, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Their data indicates that females aged 12 to 18 years old and those over 51 years have higher requirements than other ages, however 90% of them aren’t consuming enough dietary calcium.1
The trend is similar in males, with two out of every three aged 12-18 and over 51 years also falling short on their daily calcium needs.1
Calcium for strong bones and healthy bone mass
Calcium is one of the most important minerals in the body as it’s involved in maintaining strong bones and healthy teeth, as well as being needed for healthy muscle contraction.
Alongside vitamin D3, calcium supports healthy bone mass and mineralisation (the amount of bone mineral in bone tissue), as well as healthy bone development and growth in children and teenagers. Fusion Calcium Advanced contains both these bone-supporting nutrients, so you can take them together in one handy tablet.
Calcium and osteoporosis
Insufficient intake of calcium can result in a condition called osteoporosis, where the bones become weak and fragile. For women who’ve gone through menopause and who aren’t consuming the required amount of calcium in their diets, Calcium Advanced can help to prevent osteoporosis.
Readily absorbed calcium plus vitamin D3 to support its absorption into the bones
Fusion Calcium Advanced combines two readily absorbed forms of calcium: calcium glycinate and calcium citrate. Both forms are more easily utilised by the body than some other forms of calcium, like calcium carbonate.
Calcium Advanced also contains vitamin D3, which is vital for calcium absorption in the body, as well as for the absorption of calcium into bones. Vitamin D3 also supports a healthy immune system.
- Australian Bureau of Statistics, Food Standards Australia New Zealand. Australian health survey: usual nutrient intakes 2011-12. Commonwealth of Australia, 2015.
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. Vitamins and minerals can only be of assistance if dietary intake is inadequate.
Adults: Take 1 tablet two times a day, or as professionally prescribed.
Children 6-8 years: Give 1 tablet once a day.
Children 9-17 years: Give 1 tablet two times a day.
For children unable to swallow tablets, crush the tablet and combine with a small amount of food or liquid and consume promptly.
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.Vitamins and minerals can only be of assistance if dietary intake is inadequate.
Each tablet contains:
|Calcium glycinate (Calcium glycinate)
|equiv. to calcium
|Calcium citrate tetrahydrate (Calcium citrate tetrahydrate)
|equiv. to calcium
|Colecalciferol (Vitamin D3 500IU)
No added artificial colours or flavours, gluten, wheat, nuts or dairy products.
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.