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Calcium in Naru Revive

Why do we use Calcium in our supplements?

Each sachet of Naru Revive contains 300mg of calcium. The formulation has been used by us personally since 2020, founded on science and refined through our experience of helping hundreds of patients with their nutrition and lifestyle changes over the last 10 years.

Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body, and many people in the UK don't consume enough of it. In fact, based on 2,000 hair samples, JD Campbell noted in 2001 that: most common mineral deficiencies were:

  • Magnesium (49%)

  • Calcium (46%)

  • Potassium (37%)

  • Sodium (6%)

Around 99% is stored in the bones and teeth, while the last 1% is found in the blood and soft tissue.

Calcium is commonly thought off for its role in bone health, but it's also essential for blood clotting and the proper functioning of the muscles, heart and nerves.

Higher calcium intakes are associated with lower bodyweight and less weight gain. Low calcium intake stimulates lipo-genesis (growth of fat cells). Higher calcium intake, however, promotes fat breakdown (lipolysis). A recent meta-analysis estimated that a high calcium intake (1,300 mg/d) increases fat oxidation by 11% compared to a low intake of 488 mg/d.

Calcium Solubility

When adults consume calcium as food or supplements, the average absorption rate is approximately 30%. Naru Revive contains Caclium Malate because the malate will turn into malic acid and is often taken by people looking to improve muscle performance, reduce fatigue after exercise, and improve mental focus. This means you are getting everything out of the calcium AND the malic acid!

Most calcium supplements dissolve easily in water or stomach acid. When calcium supplements are consumed, they dissolve in the stomach and are absorbed through the lining of the small intestine into the bloodstream.

Once in the bloodstream, calcium builds bone, regulates the expansion and contraction of the blood vessels, and performs other important functions.

What can affect calcium absorption in the body?

I am going to show you some factors that may affect how well your body will absorb the calcium in your diet.

  • A diet high in phytic acid — Found in the bran coating of whole grains, phytic acid binds calcium and other minerals, making them insoluble and not absorbable in the intestines. Your calcium then passes out of the body without being absorbed. If you typically consume a lot of whole-grain bread and cereal, you may want to try calcium-fortified products.

  • Insufficient vitamin D — Vitamin D is critical to regulating calcium absorption.

  • Coffee (and tea) consumption — The caffeine in coffee, tea, can act as a mild diuretic, so that valuable calcium is excreted before the body can make use of it. Consuming these drinks in small quantities is relatively harmless, but excessive use can lead to reduced absorption.

Other factors, such as an inactive lifestyle and a diet that features a large amount of meat, may also affect your ability to absorb calcium.


Minerals dispersed in water are easier for your body to absorb than those from food and most supplements

Given we are now at greater risk of marginal nutritional deficiencies due to refined food, poor diet and chronic diseases, drinking water with elevated levels of minerals could make the crucial difference between optimal health and long life, and illness.

Choose Naru Revive and start your journey to optimal health!


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