Now Foods Calcium and Magnesium 100 tablets

£10.79 £11.99

Food supplement

  • Twice the dose of calcium than magnesium in the tablet
  • Bone health support
  • The formula is also suitable for vegetarians/vegans

Calcium & Magnesium 2:1 ratio by NOW contains well-digested and assimilable forms of calcium and magnesium that support the skeletal system. The product contains the opposite of the most common proportion of calcium to magnesium in a tablet: twice the dose of calcium than magnesium.

Calcium  contributes to proper blood clotting; helps in the proper functioning of muscles; maintaining proper nerve conduction; is needed to maintain healthy bones and teeth.

Magnesium  helps in the proper functioning of the nervous system; maintaining proper psychological functions, healthy bones and healthy teeth.

To maintain the safety and satisfaction of its customers, NOW Foods uses pharmacopoeial quality raw materials and its suppliers are regularly audited.


Ingredients in a daily portion  (1 tablet)

Calcium (from carbonate, citrate, L-ascorbate) /    500 mg  (62.5%*)

Magnesium (from oxide, citrate, L-ascorbate) /    250 mg  (66%*)

*RWS - Reference Intake Value


Ingredients:  calcium carbonate, calcium citrate, calcium L-ascorbate, magnesium oxide, magnesium citrate, magnesium L-ascorbate; subst. filling: microcrystalline cellulose; tablet coating: esterified cellulose; carrier - croscarmellose sodium; subst. anti-caking: stearic acid, silicon oxide.

No ingredients were used at any stage of production: wheat, gluten, soy, milk, eggs, fish, shellfish or tree nuts. Manufactured in a rigorously GMP facility that processes other ingredients containing these allergens.

How to use:  Take 1 tablet daily with food. Do not exceed recommended servings for consumption during the day. Dietary supplements cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet. It is important to eat a balanced diet and lead a healthy lifestyle.

The product is intended for use by adults only. Pregnant and breastfeeding women and people taking medications or having medical conditions should consult a doctor.

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