The Four Functions of SAC
SAC as Hormone Regulator
Bone metabolism is controlled by the interaction of a number of hormones. Hormonal imbalance can wreak havoc on bone metabolism.
SAC helps triggering hormones to maintain bone metabolic balance, by signaling pituitary hormones to trigger the release of thyroid and parathyroid hormones.
About 50% of calcium in our blood is inactive. SAC’s ionization process activates inactive calcium molecules to be used in bone building by stimulating the secretion of thyroid hormone (TH), which is responsible for depositing minerals in our bones.
Inactive calcium molecules such as protein-bound calcium do not know where to go. SAC navigates calcium to reach its ultimate destination – the bone. SAC calcium will not be deposited in the wrong places such as the kidneys or blood vessels.
SAC as Bone Mineral Re-builder
Without any side effects, SAC calcium considerably aids in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis, thereby reducing fracture risks by significantly improving bone mineral density. Within a relatively shorter period of time, SAC helps to deposit other essential minerals from one’s diet into the bone along with calcium for healthier bones.
Amazing Absorption Rate of SAC Calcium
Anti-bonding of SAC calcium makes it hundreds of time more water soluble than conventional calcium supplements, and maximizes the calcium absorption rate by 200 times more, all because SAC is passively absorbed without requiring any biochemical energy from cells.
Outstanding Clinical Results of SAC Calcium
SAC’s cascading effects on physiological functions of our body also activate inactive protein-bound calcium in our blood to further boost the bone formation process, resulting in a rapid increase in bone density increase. Thousands of people have experienced a clinical increase of up to 80% in bone mineral density through the revolutionary SAC Calcium Technology.
Bone density clinical result : No Match !
A regular calcium supplement is ineffective for BMD (bone mineral density).
Considering the side effects associated with it, is it worth consuming?