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Calcium Fluoride 100ml

£10.96 ex UK VAT (Irish VAT exempt)
Product Description:

This product is supplied in Miron glass follow this link for more information

Calcium is an essential mineral to life, and is required for normal growth and development of the skeleton. 

Humans are made up of approximately 1.2kg calcium of which 99% is stored in bones and teeth where its primary role is structural. One percent is in blood, tissues and fluids where it is essential for cellular structure and intracellualr signal transmission. 

Most dietary calcium is absorbed in the small intestine. Milk and dairy products are the most important dietary sources of calcium for western countries, however tinned fish are a rich source. 

Calcium absorption may be influenced by a number of factors such as adequate intake of Vitamin D, age and pregnancy. 




















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Unit 18 Manningford Centre
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Pewsey, Wiltshire

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