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Aquacal - Natural Marine Calcium + Vitamin D


WELLINGTON, New Zealand, June 22 RNewswire-AsiaNet/-- Healthcare specialists worldwide are actively advising a minimum daily intake of calcium for all age groups to promote a healthier lifestyle.

They are particularly concerned to reduce the incidence of osteoporosis which is rapidly reaching epidemic levels among people in the affluent societies of Europe and the United States. Brittle bone disease, which was once associated mainly with the elderly, is now prevalent among middle aged and younger people, primarily linked to changes in lifestyle and dietary habits in the wealthier regions of the world.

Medical and health care specialists are encouraging people to deal with this crisis by seeking a properly balanced daily intake of calcium in their diet, along with regular exercise, to improve their health and to prevent the onset of osteoporosis.

Aquacal is a natural seaweed product rich in calcium, with added Vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, to improve calcium absorption. Aquacal is an organic, non dairy, non animal source of calcium, with its own magnesium, and is rich in essential trace elements.

The seaweed, Lithothamnium Calcareum, is harvested from the clear pollution-free seabed of the Atlantic Ocean off the south- west coast of Ireland, URL: which is itself rich in naturally occurring minerals generating high quality seaweeds.

A daily intake of two Aquacal capsules will give 500 mg of essential calcium which will supplement a balanced diet. These should be taken after a meal, and washed down with a glass of water. When taken late at night they will also assist in promoting a pattern of sound relaxed sleep. Aquacal is neutral in taste and is readily absorbed to promote the growth of a healthy bone structure.

Aquacal has also been found to give a level of pain relief with certain types of arthritis, including gout and premenstrual tension, after it has been taken on a daily basis, over a period of three months. Aquacal provides calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron and copper in a combination which has a high degree of bio- availability.

"I started taking Aquacal 6 months ago at the rate of three capsules per day and after three weeks usage I found that all discomfort had gone and joint mobility was back to normal. What a relief -- I feel great."

Susan Wood, (Bristol, U.K.) -- a rheumatoid arthritis sufferer in her fifties. "I found Aquacal excellent -- the stiffness seemed to go away from my knees and hips. I am very pleased with the results."

Helen O'Mahoney (Cork, Ireland) -- an arthritis sufferer in her fifties. Aquacal may be purchased direct by secure credit card transaction online at URL:, and is also available by mail order and from specified outlets in New Zealand.

Please check out the Aquacal website for all detailed product information, specs, and applications plus the regular newsletter dealing with related healthcare topics of interest to all age groups concerned with promoting and living healthier lives.

Margaret Campbell is happy to assist you with your enquiries relating to Aquacal and can be contacted at her email address: which is also available online at:

SOURCE Aquacal

CONTACT: Richard Fleming, Marketing Manager of Aardvark I.P.L., +353-021-896060, or fax, +353-021-896040, or, for Aquacal Web site:


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