Why we need Phosphates?

our bones and teeth (dentin and enamel) are built of calcium phosphate based structures(hydroxyapatite): this accounts for 85% of the phosphorus in our bodies phosphorus is also essential for the production of collagen, the fibre which makes up ligaments and tendons, as well as contributing to bone structure, cartilage, skin and the eye the

2020-06-30T18:52:05-08:00January 19th, 2016|Categories: News|

What do you know of phosphates?

However, phosphates are generally present in nature at low levels, because the only primary source is the slow erosion of rocks. Phosphorus is often thus “limiting” for plant growth. For this reason, human civilisations in the past had to make considerable efforts to ensure that phosphate supply to agriculture was maintained, by collecting and returning animal and human wastes to land. Today, man ensures phosphorus

2020-06-30T18:56:04-08:00January 19th, 2016|Categories: News|

What must you know about Magnesium citrate?

Inorganic forms of magnesium are bound with mineral salts (carbonate, chloride oxide, sulfate) and in organic forms, it is bound to molecules such as amino acids (glycinate, taurate) and organic acids (citrate, malate, lactate, aspartate). The absorption pathways of these different forms are different. It has been shown that organic forms are absorbed more efficiently

2020-06-30T19:42:38-08:00January 19th, 2016|Categories: News|

Difference between magnesium citrate & Magnesium glycinate

Magnesium citrate is used as a laxative in liquid form either singly or combined with other drug.magnesium citrate compounds increase muscle magnesium levels in only after high-dose administration. Magnesium glycinate is a food supplement for Magnesium . This is esp. used as magnesium supplement in patients of bowel resection like ileal resection. This may

2020-06-30T19:44:11-08:00January 19th, 2016|Categories: News|