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Calcium is a very important mineral required for the building of strong bones.  Just as skin cells die and are replaced by new ones on a daily basis, so too the body replaces old bone with regenerated bone.  When you are younger, bone growth outpaces bone loss, but as you get older, the scale tips and you start to lose bone faster than it is regenerated. Since calcium is vital to bone building and because the body does not produce calcium naturally, it is therefore imperative that this essential mineral be obtained from food intake and supplements.  Numerous studies have shown that calcium supplementation helps decrease bone loss by 30-50 percent and together with vitamin D, is a preventative treatment for osteoporosis in adults over age 50.

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