Calcium
Calcium
Description :

Calcium is the most abundant mineral found in our bodies and performs many vital roles. It is necessary for bone health, cardiovascular and muscle function, and nervous system signaling. Calcium also acts as a coenzyme for many metabolic processes in the body. Calcium is often most closely associated with the skeletal system, as it is critical for developing and maintaining bone structure and function. Ninety-nine percent of all the calcium in our body is stored within our bones, which act as a reservoir for calcium, releasing more of the mineral when it is needed. Only one percent of body calcium is found outside of the skeletal system; this amount is regulated and kept consistent by the body and does not fluctuate with changes in calcium intake.

Source :

Dill (Dried)

1780 mg


Sesame

975 mg


Rosemary

317 mg


Almond

269 mg


Kale

254 mg


Dill

208 mg


Mulukhiyah

208 mg


Garlic

181 mg


Arugula

160 mg


Anchovy

147 mg


Watercress

120 mg


Beet Leaves

117 mg


Hazelnut

114 mg


Pistachio

105 mg


Spinach

99 mg


Spinach salad

90.26 mg


Blue Crab

89 mg


Coriander

67 mg


Duck egg

64 mg


Quail egg

64 mg


Shrimp

64 mg


Goose egg

60 mg


Milkfish

51 mg


Broccoli

47 mg


Celery

40 mg


Scup

40 mg


Figs

35 mg


Sablefish

35 mg


Ling

34 mg


Carrots

33 mg


Lime

33 mg


Lemon

26 mg


Tilefish

26 mg


Asparagus

24 mg


Jackfruit

24 mg


Pumpkin

21 mg


Eel

20 mg


Guava

18 mg


Red Onion

17 mg


Yam

17 mg


Beets

16 mg


Cucumber

16 mg


Mahi Mahi

15 mg


Coconut

14 mg


Lingcod

14 mg


Spot

14 mg


Apricot

13 mg


Pineapple

13 mg


Acerola

12 mg


Avocado

12 mg


Potatoes

12 mg


Haddock

11 mg


Mango

11 mg


Cusk

10 mg


Tilapia

10 mg


Eggplant

9 mg


Abiyuch

8 mg


Monkfish

8 mg


Bluefish

7 mg


Banana

5 mg




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