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Deva - Vegan Calcium-Magnesium Plus, 90 TabletsBrand - Deva
Support your bone health with Vegan Calcium-Magnesium Plus from Deva. This dietary supplement is packed with bone-supporting minerals, vitamins, and nutrients.
- Vegan bone-supporting dietary supplement
- Contains calcium, magnesium, zinc, and more
- Designed to maintain bone structure and development
- Free of yeast, gluten, and soy
Struggling to find the perfect bone-supporting supplement that isn’t made with animal sources? We got you!
Introducing Deva’s Vegan Calcium-Magnesium Plus, a vegan multi-source dietary supplement. It’s designed to support the body by aiding bone health and bone metabolism with 11 different vitamins, minerals, and nutrients.
Getting enough calcium can be hard on a plant-based diet. This Vegan Calcium-Magnesium Plus dietary supplement from Deva is an excellent source of calcium, magnesium, zinc, vitamin D, and many more, all selected to help support the development and normal structure of bones.
This Vegan Calcium-Magnesium Plus from Deva is the ultimate dietary supplement. Unlike other dietary supplements, this contains zero animal products, derivatives, or byproducts.
How to use:
Suggested use for adults: Take three tablets daily with food.
Supplement Facts (Per Serving Size): Vitamin C (60 mg), Vitamin D2 (20 mcg), Vitamin K (80 mcg), Calcium (1000 mg), Magnesium (400 mg), Zinc (11 mg), Copper (0.38 mg), Boron (2 mg), Horsetail Herb Extract (60 mg), Inulin (100 mg), L-Lysine HCI (75 mg).
Other Ingredients: Croscarmellose sodium, Cellulose, Vegetable Stearic Acid, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate, Silica, Hypromellose, Vegetable Glycerin
Allergens: Free from Yeast, Wheat, Gluten, Soy, Sugar, Salt, Hexane, Dairy, Egg, Shellfish; Animal Products, Byproducts, or Derivatives.
Frequently Asked Questions
Should I take calcium and magnesium supplements?
It can be hard to recognize a calcium or magnesium deficiency in your body. You can get calcium and magnesium by following a healthy diet. For example nuts, seeds, and dark leafy greens are good sources of calcium and magnesium.
For those who don’t consume enough calcium or magnesium through the diet, or struggle with absorption, taking dietary supplements may be necessary. If unsure, always talk to a healthcare professional before starting a dietary supplement.