Calcium Plus (3.5g x 30 sachets) - NHF

Calcium Plus (3.5g x 30 sachets) - NHF

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Natural Milk Calcium +K2

The sourceof calcium with the highest absorption rate

Calcium casein is a new compound madefrom the reaction of casein ions in milk with calcium ions using modernbiological technology. It has a higher absorption rate without side effects.


🌱General Health Benefits & ClinicalApplication / Medical Studies

Helps reducevisceral fat

Zhu, Wei, et al. "Calcium plusvitamin D 3 supplementation facilitated Fat loss in overweight and obesecollege students with very-low calcium consumption: a randomized controlledtrial." Nutrition journal 12.1 (2013): 8.


Reduce the risk of colon cancer

Park, Yikyung, et al. "Dairyfood, calcium, and risk of cancer in the NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study."Archives of internal medicine 169.4 (2009): 391-401.

Improve the metabolic rate in pregnant women

Asemi, Zatollah, et al."Calcium-vitamin D co-supplementation affects metabolic profiles, but notpregnancy outcomes, in healthy pregnant women." International journal ofpreventive medicine 7 (2016).

Improve symptoms of polycystic polyovarian syndrome

Foroozanfard, Fatemeh, et al."Calcium plus vitamin D supplementation influences biomarkers ofinflammation and oxidative stress in overweight and vitamin Ddeficient women with polycystic ovary syndrome: a randomizeddoubleblind placebocontrolled clinical trial."Clinical endocrinology 83.6 (2015): 888-894.

Increase bone density in Menopausal women

Jackson, Rebecca D., et al."Calcium plus vitamin D supplementation and the risk of fractures."New England Journal of Medicine 354.7 (2006): 669-683.

Prevent and treat osteoporosis and reduce the probability of fracture

Lanham-New, Susan A. "Importanceof calcium, vitamin D and vitamin K for osteoporosis prevention and treatment:symposium on ‘diet and bone health’." Proceedings of the Nutrition Society67.2 (2008): 163-176.


Helps Improvesleep Quality

Breakthroughs, Nutrition."Insomnia: Studies Confirm Calcium And Magnesium Effective." MedicalNews Today (2009).



Calcium Supplements : Organic vs Inorganic

The human body can only recognize and utilize one type of calcium: Organic calcium. This bio-available type of calcium found in milk, fruits (many citrus), grains, vegetables and algae. The physical characteristic of organic calcium is the only available form that the body needs and uses.

Calcium carbonate & Calcium Citrate are the traditional type of calcium supplement that has been available for years. It is rock-based, which means it is made from rock - particularly limestone or marble. Yes, they are made from actual rocks. That means they’re poorly absorbed and may cause harmful effects to your health (you’re a human, not a building!). You’ll see rock-based calcium supplements with the names ‘calcium carbonate’ or ‘calcium citrate’ on their labels. Unfortunately, 90% of calcium supplements that are available today are of this type.



When it comes to calcium metabolism, vitamins D and K work together. Both play important roles.

The Role of Vitamin D

One of the main functions of vitamin D is to maintain adequate calcium levels in the blood. There are two ways in which vitamin D can achieve this:

Improving calcium absorption:Vitamin D enhances the absorption of calcium from the food you eat (Aloia,2014).

Taking calcium from bone: When you don't consume enough calcium, vitamin D maintains its blood levels by drawing on the body's main calcium supply — your bones (Eisman, 2015).


The Role of Vitamin K2

As mentioned above, vitamin D ensures that your blood levels of calcium are high enough to meet your body's demands. However, vitamin D does not fully control where the calcium in your body ends up. That's where vitamin K2 steps in.

Vitamin K regulates calcium in your body in at least two ways:

Promotes storage of calcium into the bone: Vitamin K2 activates osteocalcin, a protein that promotes the accumulation of calcium in your bones and teeth (Hauschka, 1986).

Reduces calcification of soft tissues: Vitamin K2 activates matrix GLA protein, which prevents calcium from accumulating in soft tissues,such as the kidneys and blood vessels.

Recent scientific evidence suggests that elevated consumption of calcium supplements may raise the risk for heart disease and can be connected with accelerated deposit of calcium in blood-vessel walls and soft tissues (Maresz, 2015). In contrast, vitamin K2 is associated with the inhibition of arterial calcification and arterial stiffening. An adequate intake of vitamin K2 has been shown to lower the risk of vascular damage because it activates matrix GLA protein (MGP), which inhibits the deposits of calcium on the walls. Vitamin K deficiency results in inadequate activation of MGP, which greatly impairs the process of calcium removal and increases the risk of calcification of the blood vessels. An increased intake of vitamin K2 could be a means of lowering calcium-associated health risks (Maresz, 2015).


Aloia JF, Dhaliwal R, Shieh A,et al. Vitamin D supplementation increases calcium absorption without a threshold effect.” Am J Clin Nutr. 2014 Jul;100(1):299.

Eisman JA, Bouillon R. “VitaminD: direct effects of vitamin D metabolites on bone: lessons from genetically modified mice.” Published 2014 Feb 5. doi:10.1038

Hauschka PV. “Osteocalcin: the vitamin K-dependent Ca2+-binding protein of bone matrix.” Haemostasis.1986;16(3-4):258-272. doi:10.1159/000215298.

Maresz, K. “Proper Calcium Use:Vitamin K2 as a Promoter of Bone and Cardiovascular Health.” Integr Med(Encinitas). 2015 Feb; 14(1): 34–39.


💡Did You Know

There are five types of people whoare particularly prone to calcium loss: Office workers who have not beenexposed to the sun for a long time; menopausal women who love drinking coffee;high-protein diners who can’t do without meat in their diet; people who treatscarbonated drinks like drinking water; .


Frequent Asked Questions

Q: Will taking too much calcium cause heart disease?

A: Medical research reports show thatcalcium and vitamin D supplements will not increase the chances of heartdisease such as myocardial infarction, sudden cardiac death, angina pectoris,and heart failure. People can rest assured that calcium supplementation issafe.

 Hsia, Judith, et al."Calcium/vitamin D supplementation and cardiovascular events."Circulation 115.7 (2007): 846-854.


 Q: What are the medical benefits of vitamin K2?

A: Natural vitamin K2, so it is veryeffective in maintaining our bone health and preventing heart disease. Inaddition, it can prevent liver cirrhosis from progressing to liver cancer.

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Main Ingredients: 

Calcium Powder 1500mg (Providing600mg Calcium), Vitamin D3  400IU, Vitamin K2 10mcg, Magnesium Oxide175.5mg (Providing 100mg Magnesium)


Product Features:

·        Approved by Drug Control Authority (DCA) of Malaysia.

·        Pharmaceutical grade (Health Supplement)

·        The best calcium from organic source (milk calcium) in line with human physiology.

·        Milk calcium extracted from hormone-free, antibiotic-free healthy New Zealand dairy cows is structurally similar to the calcium found in teeth and bones.

·        Contains vitamin D3 and K2 to ensure normal absorption and prevent vascular calcification.

·        Lactose free, so lactose intolerant patients can take it.

·        Soluble in water, more easily absorbed by the gut.

·        High quality vitamin K2 extracted from Natto from Japan.

·        Suitable for vegetarian.

·        Low GI.

·        No maltodextrin, no aspartame, no magnesium stearate.

·        No preservatives, non-GMO, no chemical additives, no artificial flavoring, no artificial coloring, no contain gluten.

·        Comply with GMP, ISO and HACCP standards.

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