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Question:

Why is calcium beneficial?

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  1. Our body needs calcium to build and maintain strong bones and teeth. The heart, muscles and nerves also needs calcium to function properly. Calcium goes a long way in protecting the body against cancer, diabetes and high blood pressure.

    The body also needs calcium for nerves to carry messages between the brain and every body part. Calcium helps in growth and development.

    When you don’t get enough calcium, you increase your risk of developing disorders like Osteoporosis. Calcium deficiency disease (hypocalcemia).
    Thank you!

  2. Calcium is essential for bones (including teeth) and driving many biological processes. It’s key to heart and many muscles contraction. It also aids in metabolism of the body

  3. God bless you beautiful and a happy Sunday.

    Calcium is very beneficial in the body because it helps in maintaining healthy teeth and bones of the skeletal muscle.

    Its also important for improved activity and functioning of the heart, nervous system and the smooth muscles.

    Its also essential for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers because of milk production (lactation).

    Deficiency in Calcium leads to bone disorders and other anomalies.

    – Rachel Adamma NWOSU

  4. God bless you beautiful and a happy Sunday.

    Calcium is very beneficial in the body because it helps in maintaining healthy teeth and bones of the skeletal system.

    It is also important for improved activity and functioning of the heart, nervous system and smooth muscles.
    It is also essential for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers because of milk production (lactation)

    Deficiency in Calcium leads to bone disorders and other anomalies
    -Rachel Adamma NWOSU

  5. Calcium is beneficiary in the body. It is the most abundant mineral in the body. It is vital for bone health. Human needs calcium to build and maintain strong bones. It is also necessary for maintaining healthy communication between the brain and other parts of the body

    1. Good evening Dr. Nurse Nkasiobi.

      Even though I’m late, my opinion is still needed.

      Calcium is highly beneficial to those that aware of it, it is a key nutrient that many of us overlook in out diets. Almost every cell uses calcium in some way, including the nervous system, muscles and heart.

      Our body uses calcium to build healthy bones and teeth, keep them strong as you age, send messages through the nervous system, help your blood clot, your muscles contract and regulates the heart rhythm

      If you don’t get enough calcium in your diet, your body will take it from your bones or osteoporosis.
      Calcium deficiency can contribute to mood problems such as irritability, anxiety, depression and difficulty in sleeping.

  6. The body needs calcium to maintain strong bones and to carry out many important functions. The body also needs calcium for muscles to move and for nerves to carry messages between the brain and every body part.

    All human being loose calcium at a time or the other.

    Women loose calcium during menstrual period, while pregnant, while breastfeeding and during child birth. Men loose calcium after every ejaculation. Hence the need to regularly take calcium to avoid joint issues especially knee issues at old age.

    Children need calcium for the growth of healthy bones and teeth

    Calcium supports the structure and hardness of bones and teeth.

    _ULOAKU OBURU

  7. The body needs calcium to maintain strong bones and to carry out many important functions. The body also needs calcium for muscles to move and for nerves to carry messages between the brain and every body part.

    All human being loose calcium at a time or the other.

    Women loose calcium during menstrual period, while pregnant, while breastfeeding and during child birth. Men loose calcium after every ejaculation. Hence the need to regularly take calcium to avoid joint issues especially knee issues at old age.

    Children need calcium for the growth of healthy bones and teeth

    Calcium supports the structure and hardness of bones and teeth.

    _ULOAKU OBURU

  8. Calcium is a mineral that is necessary for life processes. Added to its function in building and making bones healthy (Rapidly exchangeable calcium or exchangeable calcium: Available in small quantity in bone and helps to maintain the plasma calcium level and Slowly exchangeable calcium or stable calcium: Available in large quantity in bones and helps in bone remodeling), Calcium also play a role in blood cloth (Factor IV of blood clothing factor), muscle contraction (Excitation-contraction coupling mechanism), Relaxation of muscle (Relaxation of the muscle occurs when the calcium ions are pumped back into the L tubules) and heart beat (Molecular mechanism of heart contractility). 99% of calcium is found in bone and teeth.
    Calcium is present in three forms in plasma:
    • Ionized or diffusible calcium: Found freely in plasma and forms about 50% of plasma calcium. It is essential for vital functions such as neuronal activity, muscle contraction, cardiac activity, secretions in the glands, blood coagulation, etc.
    • Non-ionized or non-diffusible calcium: Present in non-ionic form such as calcium bicarbonate. It is about 8% to 10% of plasma calcium.
    • Calcium bound to albumin: Forms about 40% to 42% of plasma calcium.
    Other roles of calcium that makes it highly beneficial are in secretory activity of the glands, Neuronal activity, Cell division and growth.

  9. Calcium is one of the most important minerals for the human body. It helps form and maintain healthy teeth and bones. A proper level of calcium in the body over a lifetime can help prevent osteoporosis

  10. Calcium is one of the most important minerals for the human body. It helps form and maintain healthy teeth and bones. A proper level of calcium in the body over a lifetime can help prevent osteoporosis.

  11. Calcium build and maintain strong bones,our heart, muscles, and nerves also need calcium to function properly. Apart from bone health, it also protect against cancer, diabetes and high blood pressure…

  12. Calcium is very essential to our body. The body needs calcium to maintain strong bones and to carry out many important functions. Almost all calcium is stored in bones and teeth, where it supports their structure and hardness. The body also needs calcium for muscles to move and for nerves to carry messages between the brain and every body part.

  13. Calcium is an important nutrient the body needs for many basic functions. These functions include:

    -The healthy circulation of blood in the body
    -The proper function of the heart muscles and nerves
    -The release of homones which are necessary to effect physiological activity is the different organs and tissues of
    the body.
    -helping tocarry messages from the brain to other parts of the body.
    -Playing a major part in tooth and bone health.calcium is very important for the formation of strong and dense bones. Lack of calcium can lead to a. Children not reaching their full potential adult height. b. Adults having low bone mass which is a risk factor for osteoporosis-a condition of frail and porous bones that easily fracture.
    -Ease of sypmtoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) in women.

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    8 Fast Facts About Calcium

    Medically reviewed by Natalie Butler, R.D., L.D. — Written by Summer Fanous — Updated on August 14, 2
    Calcium is an important nutrient that the body needs for many basic functions.

    # Calcium plays a role in many of the body’s basic functions. The body needs calcium in order to circulate blood, move muscles, and release hormones. Calcium also helps carry messages from the brain to other parts of the body.

    Calcium is a major part of tooth and bone health as well. It makes the bones strong and dense. You can think of your bones as your body’s calcium reservoir. If you don’t get enough calcium in your diet, your body will take it from your bones.

    # The body doesn’t produce calcium, so you have to rely on your diet to get the calcium you need. Foods that are high in calcium include:

    dairy products such as milk, cheese, and yogurt
    dark green vegetables such as a kale, spinach, and broccoli
    white beans
    sardines
    calcium-fortified breads, cereals, soy products, and orange juices

    # The body needs vitamin D in order to absorb calcium. That means you won’t fully benefit from a calcium-rich diet if you’re low on vitamin D.

    Vitamin D can be gotten from certain foods, such as salmon, eggs yolks, and some mushrooms. Like calcium, some food products have vitamin D added to them. For example, milk often has added vitamin D.

    Sunshine is the best source of vitamin D. The skin naturally produces vitamin D when exposed to the sun. So supplements may be necessary to avoid deficiency.

    # Lack of calcium could lead to other health issues. For adults, too little calcium can increase your risk of developing osteoporosis, or frail and porous bones that easily fracture.

    Calcium is essential for children as they grow and develop. Children who don’t get enough calcium may not grow to their full potential height, or develop other health issues.

    # Calcium supplements can help you get the right amount not everyone gets the calcium they need from diet alone. If you’re lactose intolerant, vegan, or just not a fan of dairy products, you may find it difficult to get enough calcium in your diet.

    # Too much calcium can have negative effects
    With any mineral or nutrient, it’s important to get the right amount. Too much calcium can have negative side effects.

    Symptoms such as constipation, gas, and bloating may indicate that you’re getting too much calcium.

    Extra calcium may also increase risk of kidney stones. In rare cases, too much calcium can cause deposits of calcium in the blood. This is called hypercalcemia.

    Calcium is essential to overall health. Calcium is gotten from many different foods, and if necessary, from supplements. Calcium works together with other nutrients such as vitamin D, so it is important keep up a balanced diet. As with any mineral or nutrient.

  15. First of all calcium is the most important mineral in the bod system, its for building and maintaining healthy bones and healthy teeth.

    They are beneficial because our body needs the calcium to build and maintain strong bones, while our hearts muscles, nerves also needs it to function fluently

    Calcium are also beneficial because they help the muscles to move, they also help the nerves to cary message from the brain to other parts of the body.

    Calcium is much beneficial as you grow old, it help to prevent cramps, spasm in the hands, arms and legs.

    Calcium is beneficial through the process of breaking down fats and increasing thermogenesis i.e, burning down of calories which makes you gain weight

    Lastly calcium is beneficial for the protection against cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure and helps from decaying of tooth😁

    With this few points of mine I wish to be notified cuz I really need this fund to pay the ambulance that will carry popsy to his lying state

  16. Good evening ma,
    the body needs calcium to maintain strong bones and to carry out many important things in the body also needs calcium for muscles to work very well and for nerves to carry messages between the brain and every body part.
    Examples:

    Women loose calcium during menstrual period, while pregnant, while breastfeeding and during child birth. Men loose calcium after every sperm released.

    Children need calcium for growth and also healthy bones and teeth

    Calcium supports the structure and hardness of bones ,muscles,the heart and nerves, this supplement is the most beneficial in calcium
    Allah bless u ma

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  17. Greeting Nurse. Below are why calcium is beneficial;

    Especially during childhood, pregnancy, and when breastfeeding, calcium, a vital micronutrient, is extremely imperative. Scientific evidence shows that calcium is very beneficial for:

    1. muscle contraction
    2. oocyte activation
    3. building strong bones and teeth
    4. blood clotting
    5. nerve impulse
    6. regulating heartbeat and fluid balance within cells
    7. maintaining the tone and contractility of the heart
    8. maintenance of cell membranes
    9. release of insulin
    10. prevention of osteoporosis
    11. combatting development of hypertension, colon cancer, and premenstrual syndrome.

    Discussed below are some of the ways calcium can be beneficial during pregnancy, childhood and breastfeeding;

    i. Role of calcium during pregnancy
    Calcium intake during pregnancy has the ability to minimize unfavorable gestational outcomes, in particular by reducing the risk of developing hypertensive disorders associated with a significant number of maternal deaths and a significant risk of preterm birth, the leading cause of early neonatal and child mortality.

    ii. Role of calcium in childhood
    During childhood and adolescence, bones develop rapidly and children require calcium at levels that will help the development of strong bones and combat bone loss later in life. Proper calcium intake encourages proper bone density, which is increasingly necessary when children grow into adulthood. Moreover, calcium is needed to keep the developing heart and nerves of children in safe working order.

    iii. Role of calcium during breastfeeding
    While breastfeeding their infant, women are said to lose 3 to 5 percent of their bone mass. This occurs due to the increased calcium requirement of the infant. This allows much of the calcium absorbed by the mother to go the way of the baby (through breast milk) instead of to her own bones, rendering them fragile. Oestrogen (a hormone necessary for bone protection) in women often decreases during breastfeeding, rendering the bones weaker. Therefore the intake of calcium during breastfeeding is important and a necessity.

  18. Good evening Dr. Nurse Nkasiobi.

    Even though I’m late, my opinion is still needed.

    Calcium is highly beneficial to those that aware of it, it is a key nutrient that many of us overlook in out diets. Almost every cell uses calcium in some way, including the nervous system, muscles and heart.

    Our body uses calcium to build healthy bones and teeth, keep them strong as you age, send messages through the nervous system, help your blood clot, your muscles contract and regulates the heart rhythm

    If you don’t get enough calcium in your diet, your body will take it from your bones or osteoporosis.
    Calcium deficiency can contribute to mood problems such as irritability, anxiety, depression and difficulty in sleeping.

  19. BENEFITS OF CALCIUM
    (1) Calcium helps in building bones, teeth and keeping them strong and healthy throughout our life thereby preventing Osteoporosis
    (2) It enables our blood to clot
    (3) It enables our heart to beat
    (4) It enables our muscles to contract
    (5 It helps in transmitting nerve impulses/ messages between the brain and every body part
    (6) It helps in the release of Hormones
    (7) The body takes Calcium from the bones to ensure normal Cell function
    (8) Calcium along with Vitamin D helps in protecting against Cancer, Diabetes and high blood pressure

  20. Good Morning Ma..

    The body needs calcium to maintain strong bones and to carry out many important functions. Almost all calcium is stored in bones and teeth, where it supports their structure and hardness. The body also needs calcium for muscles to move and for nerves to carry messages between the brain and every body part.

  21. Calcium deficiency can lead to dental changes, cataracts, alterations in the brain, and osteoporosis, which causes the bones to become brittle. We need Calcium to avoid these.

  22. Calcium is the most abundant mineral in your body and is essential for important uses, such as, neurotransmitter release, blood clothing and muscle contraction.

    Why is calcium benefitial?

    It promotes weight loss.
    Calcium plays a role in regulating fats and triglycerides. It helps the body make these fats, use for energy and store them. It also helps to breakdown fats and increases thermogenesis heat created in the body that burns calories which will make you lose weight.

    It reduces colorectal cancer.
    In addition to cleaning your system of unwanted particles, any unabsorbed calcium that is left in your body may reduce your risk of colon cancer too. As the calcium walks its way to your intestines it binds to damaging toxins that haven’t made it through your digestive tract and safely removes them from your body where it can no longer do you harm.

    Calcium balances blood pressure.
    One of the calcium critical functions is to help blood vessels, capillaries, veins, and arteries tighten and relax when they need to which is directly linked to your blood pressure.

    It combats kidney stones and kidney diseases ironically, restricting calcium intakes does not prevent kidney stones formation. In fact higher dietary calcium intake has been shown to decrease the risk of kidney stones.

    Ease PMS symptoms.
    Clinical trials have found out that calcium supplementation effectively alleviates the majority of mood and body symptoms of PMS.

    Calcium supports bone health.
    More than 99%of your total body calcium is stored in your bones and teeth, so naturally, it is essential to building and maintaining strong and healthy bones.

    When you don’t get enough calcium your risk of developing disorders like Osteoporosis. Calcium deficiency disease (hypocalcemia).

    Thanks.

  23. Calcium is an important nutrient that our body needs for many basic functions.

    * Calcium in the body helps to maintain the heart and muscles functions, it also aid in the release of hormones.

    *Calcium also helps carry messages from the brain to other parts of the body.

    *Our body needs Calcium to build and maintain strong bones, because it makes the bone strong and dense. Our bones can be seen as our body Calcium reservoir because if we don’t get enough Calcium in our diet,our body will take it from the bones.

    *Calcium in the body protects against diabetes and high blood pressure..Calcium may have benefits beyond bone health, perhaps protecting against cancer.

    *Our body doesn’t produce Calcium,so we have to rely on our diet to get the calcium we need.

    *Foods that are high in Calcium includes:

    1. Dairy products such as milk,cheese and yogurt.
    2.Dark green vegetables such as a kale,spinach and broccoli
    3.White beans
    4.Sardines
    5.Calcium- fortified breads, cereals,soy products and orange juices.

    *Our body needs Vitamin D in order to absorb Calcium that means we won’t fully benefit from a Calcium- rich diet if we’re low on Vitamin D.
    *Sunshine is our best source of Vitamin D. Our skin naturally produces Vitamin D when exposed to the sun.

    Conclusively Calcium is very essential to our overall health,we can get the calcium we need from many different foods, and if necessary from supplement.
    Calcium work together with other nutrients,so it’s important to keep up a balance diet. As with any mineral or nutrient we should monitor our calcium intake so that we are not getting too much or too little.

    THANKS.

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