Solgar Oceanic Silica 25mg Vegicaps 50
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Solgar Oceanic Silica is obtained from marine-derived Red Algae Powder (Lithothamnium coralloides) is a source of the natural trace element silicon. Silicon is found in many unrefined grains and in some seafood sources, including mussels. Silicon intake has been positively associated with bone health.
Silica is a trace mineral. The functions of silica are understood to play a role in making and maintaining connective tissue. Silica is present in areas of bone that are undergoing mineralization, which indicates this mineral might be important for normal bone function - other uses being in utilising minerals into skin and hair.
Minerals are essential factors in human nutrition; they are constituents of the bones, teeth, soft tissue, muscles, blood, and nerve cells. They act as catalysts for many biological reactions within the body, and are important in the production of hormones.
|Ingredients||Silica (from Powdered Red Algae [Lithothamnium calcareum]) providing elemental silicon, Bulking Agents: (microcrystalline cellulose, hydroxypropyl cellulose), Vegetable Capsule Shell: hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose, Anti-caking agents: (silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate*) *Made from vegetable stearic acid.|
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