MOO® MILK CALCIUM PLUS - High Absorption Bone Building Milk Minerals Extract rich in Calcium and Vitamin D

MOO® MILK CALCIUM PLUS – High Absorption Bone Building Milk Minerals Extract rich in Calcium and Vitamin D

MOO® is a “food state” calcium supplement that contains bone building milk minerals scientifically extracted using a proprietary technology while the fat, lactose and casein in milk have been removed. It delivers an excellent balance of calcium and other essential minerals together with Vitamin D, for optimising bone health.

Due to its natural properties, it is highly absorbed and shows good bioavailability. A six-week human clinical study shows that milk calcium is more effective than calcium carbonate at decreasing bone loss and build strong bones.

WHY MOO® ?

‘Food-State’ Calcium

Made from our food – Milk – The most superior bone-building source in nature

Milk Minerals Extract

We need not just calcium, but also essential minerals like phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, zinc, copper, boron, iron etc for optimising bone health.
Added with Vitamin D for supercharging the absorption of minerals into the bones.

High Absorption – Supported by Clinical Studies

Study** shows that milk calcium is more effective than synthetic calcium at decreasing bone loss and also in the maintenance of bone health.
*J.P Bonjour et Al, Journal of Clinical Investigation 1997;99:1287-94
**Pointillart et. Al, Reproduction Nutrition Development 2000;40

Right Ratio of Minerals

Comes with calcium, magnesium and phosphorus in the right amount and right ratio that is similar to our bone composition.

Highly Safe

Suitable for lactose intolerant people, senior citizens and pregnant women. MOO® is safe for long-term consumption..

FEATURES

PACK SIZES 2 pack sizes: 30s, 60s (Specially packed in amber glass bottle with an outer box)
FORM Tablet
DIRECTION FOR USE Take MOO® daily as suggested below or as professionally recommended.
Children (>8 years old) 1 tablet Once daily before meals
Adults 1 tablet Twice daily before meals
Pregnant and nursing mothers 1 tablet Twice daily before meals

SUPPLEMENT FACTS

Each MOO® Milk Calcium PLUS tablet contains 1600 mg milk calcium powder providing:

Calcium 376 mg
Phosphorus 176 mg
Magnesium 19.2 mg
Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol) 200 IU

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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What is MOO?

What is MOO?

MOO®? Is a “food state” calcium supplement. It contains bone building milk calcium, scientifically extracted using a proprietary technology and it contains a balanced mineral profile including calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, zinc, copper and iron. By using proprietary technology, the fat, lactose and casein in milk are removed leaving behind an excellent balance of calcium and other essential minerals together with Vitamin D, critical for optimizing bone health. Due to its natural properties, it is highly absorbed and is very bioavailable.

What is "food state" Calcium?

What is "food state" Calcium?

MOO®? is “food state” Calcium because it is from food which is milk. However, practically every calcium supplement on the shelves contains “calcium carbonate”. Calcium carbonate is from limestone, chalk, rocks, coral and eggshell. They are not food and not meant for human to eat.

What is the technology involved in MOO®?

What is the technology involved in MOO®?

The milk minerals extract contained in MOO® is produced using proprietary technology. The fat, lactose and other proteins in milk has been filtered out– making it suitable for lactose intolerant people, children, pregnant ladies and senior citizens.

Why can’t I just supplement calcium by taking more milk or milk products?

Why can’t I just supplement calcium by taking more milk or milk products?

Milk is superior source of calcium; however, you can’t rely on milk to build your bones because it may causes osteoporosis. A recent study on 78,000 nurses found that women who drank more than one glass of milk per day had 45% greater chance of hip fractures (American Journal of Public Health 1997;87(6);992-7).

This is because milk has a particular milk protein called casein. Eating a high-casein diet increases production of acid in the blood, which can be neutralized by calcium mobilized from the bones.

Why is MOO®? superior to inorganic calcium sources?

Why is MOO®? superior to inorganic calcium sources?

In contrast to the high-tech nature of MOO®, common inorganic minerals that are used in the majority of vitamin and mineral supplements today are cheap minerals that are easily found in rocks or limestone (calcium carbonate).

MOO® is made from milk. A study group of young girls has shown that subjects obtaining calcium from natural source gain more bone mass than those who get it from inorganic tablet supplements (Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Nov 2005;85{5). 1115-1126.

Other calcium supplements are poorly absorbed and can cause digestive problems. MOO® is tasteless, odourless and can be mixed in any drink or food without changing its taste. It is highly absorbable and bioavailable (70% bone mineralization), without causing digestive difficulties (Pointillart el. AI, Reproduction, Nutrition, Development. 2000;40).

MOO® is the only calcium supplement that increases bone density by stimulating osteoblast (cell that is responsible for bone formation) activities. Inorganic calcium supplements can result in diarrhoea and constipation. MOO®, however will not cause stomach disorders, small intestine stones or kidney stones.

Unlike other inorganic/synthetic calcium, MOO® is safe to consume by children for their bone and teeth health due to its natural properties.

In addition MOO® is kept intact from many compounds regularly found in foodstuffs. Those compounds that commonly exist in foods, such as phosphates, oxalates and phytates, often times attach themselves to inorganic calcium to form insoluble precipitates. These precipitates will further reduce the absorption of calcium in the small intestine.

What are the benefits available only from MOO®?

What are the benefits available only from MOO®?

MOO® has high absorption rate and high bioavailability. Its unique approach of increasing bone density by stimulating osteoblasts activities sets it apart from competition. MOO® can be helpful for the following symptoms:

  • osteoporosis
  • bone fracture
  • bone spur
  • nerve/muscle pain

MOO® is the best choice for children and teens for bone, teeth and muscle development. Its high absorption rate guarantees that the young generation will have the opportunity to develop to their full potential.

MOO® Milk Calcium Plus – improved with Vitamin D, is ideal for seniors for bone, teeth and heart health. Unlike inorganic/synthetic calcium supplement (calcium carbonate), MOO® does not require gastric acid for optimal absorption and thus could be considered for individuals with reduce gastric acid production. Its high absorption rate and gentle effect on the digestive system guarantees that seniors will be able to obtain all the calcium they need to remain healthy.

MOO Milk Calcium Plus is now improved with Vitamin D. How about the MOO® that I consuming since years ago? Does it contain Vitamin D?

MOO Milk Calcium Plus is now improved with Vitamin D. How about the MOO® that I consuming since years ago? Does it contain Vitamin D?

MOO® is made of milk minerals extract. Milk minerals are rich in trace amounts of boron and other rare minerals vital to bone formation and growth. Milk minerals also have trace levels of natural vitamin D and K that we now know are vital in the bone formation process.

With the modern lifestyle, Vitamin D deficiency has become epidemic. To meet the RNI, we have added 200IU of Vitamin D to each MOO® tablet.

Why does MOO come with Phosphorus?

Why does MOO come with Phosphorus?

New research published in the June issue of the Journal of the American College of Nutrition shows that osteoporosis patients should receive their calcium in the form of calcium phosphate to reduce the risk of phosphorous deficiency (Journal of American College of Nutrition, Vol. 21, No.3, 239-244, 2002).

The study shows that if calcium intake increases without a corresponding increase in phosphorus, total phosphorus absorption falls and the risk for phosphorous deficiency rises. Phosphorus deficiency may make calcium supplementation less effective and could actually lead to increased bone loss.

What about Magnesium?

What about Magnesium?

Calcium cannot be absorbed into the bones without the help of magnesium. Magnesium not only slows down bone loss but actually reverses it! A study published in the Journal of the American Geriatric Society has shown that dietary intake of magnesium is associated with an increase in bone mineral density in older men and women (Journal of the American Geriatric Society November, Vol 53, pp1875-1880).

If magnesium deficiency occurs, all calcium that you are taking is not being absorbed.

Will MOO® help my osteoporosis?

Will MOO® help my osteoporosis?

A study shows significant bone growth with a 38% gain in bone mass density among girls given milk mineral-fortified food. Adequate calcium intake throughout life, along with a healthy diet and regular exercise builds good bone health and may reduce the risk of osteoporosis (Journal of Clinical Invest 1997:99:1287-94).

A Purdue study finds that it was an advantage having milk or dairy products while bones were growing over calcium carbonate, and it protects you later in life. (Journal of bone and mineral research 2009; 24:1411-1419)

How does calcium help in reducing the Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)?

How does calcium help in reducing the Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)?

Clinical trials in women with PMS found that calcium effectively alleviates the majority of mood and related problems.

Calcium supplementation has been demonstrated to relieve many of the symptoms such as irritability, depression. anxiety, social withdrawal, headache, and cramps of the premenstrual syndrome (Journal of the American College of Nutrition, Vol. 19, No.2, 220-227, 200).

How does the type of calcium help in women's bone health?

How does the type of calcium help in women's bone health?

Women whose calcium intake is primarily from diet/food have greater bone densities than do those who obtain calcium mainly from typical calcium supplements. The type of calcium source may be an important determinant of estrogen metabolism, and the consumption of dietary calcium may have more positive effects on bone metabolism than does the consumption of calcium supplements and should be encouraged in patients at risk of bone loss .(Am J Clin Nutr 2007;85:1428 –33).

How does MOO® help to remedy your bone spur?

How does MOO® help to remedy your bone spur?

Bone spurs are primarily caused by weak bone and joint metabolism. When this happens, bone and joint structures become unbalanced along the joint cartilage. As a result, the soft tissues in the area are calcified to form bone spurs. If ignored, bone spurs will cause permanent damage to your bones and joints, and will eventually lead to osteoporosis or osteoarthritis.

In addition to below-normal bone and joint metabolism, recent studies show that calcium deficiency can also cause your bone spurs and heel spurs.

Many people don’t realize it, but traditional calcium supplements are hardly absorbed by the human body because of their low absorption rate. When your body is deficient of calcium it will deplete calcium from your bones. Significant calcium deficiency may cause an acceleration of this calcium depletion process. The “spillovers” then form your bone spurs.

That’s why you must have something that can take on both causes of bone spurs: weak bone/joint metabolism and calcium deficiency. Nothing in the market today can do that, other than MOO®.

First of all, MOO® stimulates bone forming cells to promote healthy bone and joint metabolism, so that the unbalanced structure can be aligned properly.

Secondly, MOO® provides the highest calcium bioavailability. This means your body will always have sufficient calcium around so that your bones will be protected from calcium depletion.

Thirdly, MOO® is now improved with Vitamin D. Vitamin D helps to ensure the body absorbs and retains calcium and phosphorus, both critical for building bone. Whenever calcium levels in your blood falls, vitamin D works by increasing your intestines’ ability to take up calcium from your food more efficiently in order to restore a normal, healthy level of calcium.

Will MOO® cause kidney stone?

Will MOO® cause kidney stone?

It is common for inorganic calcium supplements to cause kidney stones due to low solubility and poor absorption rate. MOO® is made of highly soluble and absorbable food-state calcium.

Furthermore, MOO® has magnesium, which has been shown to prevent the formation of calcium oxalate crystals – the most common cause of kidney stones (Urollnt 1997;58(2) :93-9).

What is the bioavailability of MOO®?

What is the bioavailability of MOO®?

The bioavailability lies in the retention of calcium and subsequent used in bone formation and mineralization.

Bone mineralization is better in animals fed with dairy calcium (yogurt) than with calcium carbonate.

A study has shown greater bone mineralization in the case of pigs (omnivores like us) fed dairy calcium (70% of calcium intake as powdered skim milk) than pigs fed calcium carbonate diet (33% of total calcium intake as Calcium Carbonate)(Pointiliart et. AI, Reproduction, Nutrition, Development, 2000;40).

A six-week human clinical study shows that milk calcium in MOO® is more effective than calcium carbonate at decreasing bone loss and build strong bones.

What factors affect the body's ability to absorb calcium?

What factors affect the body's ability to absorb calcium?

Gender, age, hormones, genetics, concurrent usage of prescription or over-the-counter medicines and other foods consumed at the same time can affect how well your body absorbs dietary calcium.

Is there an optimal dose for a calcium supplement?

Is there an optimal dose for a calcium supplement?

Absorption is optimal when taken in amounts of 500mg or less. Therefore, it is recommended to take MOO® twice daily before meals.

When do I take MOO®?

When do I take MOO®?

You can achieve optimal absorption by taking MOO® on an empty stomach (ie. Before meals).

Why are most calcium supplements taken during food?

Why are most calcium supplements taken during food?

Ingesting calcium supplements before meals supports calcium bioavailability. Since food may contain certain compounds that reduce calcium supplementation, calcium carbonate absorption is impaired in individuals who have an absence of gastric acid. Absorption of calcium carbonate can be improved in these individuals when it is taken with certain food. Alternatively, calcium supplementation in MOO® does not require gastric acid for optimal absorption and thus could be considered for use in older individuals with reduce gastric acid production.

Can I take MOO® when I am pregnant or breastfeeding?

Can I take MOO® when I am pregnant or breastfeeding?

Calcium is important during pregnancy as the baby needs calcium for skeletal growth. Calcium requirements increase dramatically during breastfeeding. It is recommended that pregnant and breastfeeding women take 2 tablets of MOO® daily.

Can MOO® be taken with multivitamin?

Can MOO® be taken with multivitamin?

Yes. MOO® can be taken with any multivitamins.

Can I give MOO® to my children?

Can I give MOO® to my children?

Milk is the best friend for children and teens. Calcium is essential to their bones, teeth and muscle development. Choosing a good calcium supplement for your kids is critical to their growth. Traditional calcium supplements may damage their stomach and cause problems in the long run. No calcium supplement will be effective if your child refuses to take it.

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