Brazil Live Coral Calcium Formula Now Contains Vitamin D
October 24, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsLas Vegas, Nevada (PRLEAP) October 24, 2007 — Brazil Live Coral Calcium, the only live harvested coral calcium on the market has now improved its coral calcium supplement by adding vitamin D3 to the formula. Brazil Live Coral Calcium now contains 800 IU of vitamin D3 in a daily serving.
C.E.O. of Brazil Live Coral, Jeanne Roberts says “With the influx of recent clinical evidence supporting the many health benefits of vitamin D, there is overwhelming evidence that calcium and vitamin D supplements are crucial to bone health and may even reduce the risk of breast cancer. We had to add vitamin D to our coral calcium formula, and continue to produce, what we feel is the best coral calcium product on the market.”
Brazil Live Coral Calcium is a new type of coral calcium that has taken the market by storm. For years the coral calcium market has been dominated by Okinawa coral calcium from Japan, and to a lesser extent Caribbean coral calcium. The Okinawa and Caribbean coral calcium are either above sea coral calcium or below sea coral calcium. Brazil Live Coral Calcium can not be classified as above sea coral or below sea coral, it is in fact a live coral calcium. Brazil Live Coral Calcium is live harvested from the beaches of Brazil, maintaining more mineral content than its competitor’s. Brazil Live Coral Calcium has approximately 12 times more minerals than Okinawa varieties while maintaining a similar calcium level.
Industry experts are now predicting that the Brazilian coral calcium will soon become the leading selling coral calcium on the market. One reason for the success of Brazil Live Coral Calcium is that unlike Okinawa coral there is no environmental concerns looming over the harvesting of Brazilian coral. Brazilian coral calcium is hand picked from the beaches of Brazil, causing no harm to marine life or reefs. With the growing movement towards environmentally friendly products, one can only think that this could be a big reason for the coral calcium market swaying towards the Brazilian coral calcium.
“There are many possible reasons for the emergence of Brazil Live Coral Calcium; it could be that consumers are just looking for something new. For years there was not much to choose from when it came to coral calcium, but now consumers have options” adds Roberts.
For more information on Brazilian coral calcium visit http://www.brazillivecoral.com