GIVOCAL™ – CALCIUM GLYCEROPHOSPHATE FOR NUTRITION
Calcium glycerophosphate is the most bioavailable and easily assimilated form of calcium (without gastrointestinal side effects). It is the form used as a calcium supplement for milks for the most fragile babies (premature, suffering from diseases) as well as for fortifying medical food.
GIVOCAL contains the same phosphorus-calcium ratio as hydroxyapatite which forms bones and teeth, and therefore is the form of calcium which re-mineralizes these bone elements the most.
ISALTIS has a clinical study proving the bioavailability of GIVOCAL and its re-mineralizing power.
It is containing 19.1% of calcium, with a low solubility at 25 ° C (20g / L) which makes it an ingredient rather intended for solid forms (tablets, capsules, sticks).
Our calcium glycerophosphate is made in Lyon, from raw materials made in Europe and is GMP pharma certified by the ANSM. Its cosmetic version is COSMOS approved.
- Description : Calcium salt of an isomeric mixture of α and ß monoglycerophosphoric acids
- Formula : C3H7O6PCa
- INCI name : Calcium glycerophosphate
- CAS Number : 27214-00-2 / 126-95-4 / 1336-00-1 / 58409-70-4
- EINECS Number : 248-328-5 / 204-813-3 / 215-643-4 / 261-240-1
- Chemical name : Calcium glycerophosphate
- Available grades : FCC
- Appearance : white powder
- Molecular weight : 210.1 g/mol
- Calcium content : 19.05%
- REACH : registered
- Packaging : 25kg
- Also exist in liquid form at 50% in water
AUTHORIZED HEALTH CLAIMS (EUROPE)
- Calcium contributes to normal blood clotting
- Calcium contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism
- Calcium contributes to normal muscle function
- Calcium contributes to normal neurotransmission
- Calcium contributes to the normal function of digestive enzymes
- Calcium has a role in the process of cell division and specialization
- Calcium is needed for the maintenance of normal bones
- Calcium is needed for the maintenance of normal teeth
- Phosphorus contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism
- Phosphorus contributes to normal function of cell membranes
- Phosphorus contributes to the maintenance of normal bones
- Phosphorus contributes to the maintenance of normal teeth