Kalsio®+ is a natural Calcium & Vitamin D Supplement
Calcium may assist in the normal growth and maintenance of bones, teeth, nervous system and muscle function.
Vitamin D aids in the absorption of Calcium helping to form and maintain strong bones.
Advanced Bone Health
If you need assistance in:
- Accelerating bone growth
- Stopping bone depletion
- Bone depletion
- Broken Bones
- A lack of calcium intake
- Require assistance with bone growth
We recommend moving from conventional calcium supplements and introduce a balanced calcium product in a natural form.
From the makers of Mobicosa®, Kalsio®+ is the most advanced calcium supplement, in the form of protein, available in the marketplace.
- 100% Marine Hydroxyapatite
- Natural Marine bone
- Readily absorbed unlike conventional calcium supplements
- High nutritional benefits
- Correct 2:1 Ratio of Calcium to Phosphorus
- No additives and DOES NOT contain Yeast, Starch, Gluten, and Fillers Wheat, artificial colour or additives.
Kalsio®+ Unique features
- Now with added vitamin D for greater absorption.
- The first 100% Microcrystalline Hydroxyapatite Marine supplement produced from selected fish species offered to Australia.
- A complete protein based calcium supplement.
- The only type of Calcium supplement to have supportive characters such as calcium binding peptides. (FBP) Fishbone Peptides are known for their attraction to calcium salts.
- The only type of calcium supplement presenting CO-factors proteins – FBP, collagen, phosphorous, magnesium, glycosaminogylcans and amino acids.
- The only calcium supplements in organic and inorganic form – excellent supportive properties – a synergistic approach to support bone health.
- The only calcium that is a natural 2:1 ratio with phosphorous.
- Has collagen and Fishbone Peptides in the form of proteins, which have shown excellent transportation properties.
- The bio-available results demonstrated the highest calcium transportation results over a 4 hour period.
- The solubilised calcium results confirmed all transported through the gut wall lining.
- The only type of calcium supplementation existing in natural form. No additives. 100% selected fine fish bone.
- Most recent research confirmed the growth of Bone cells (Osteoblasts) and the inhibition (suppression) of Bone degradation (Osteoclasts).
The Importance of Calcium
Calcium is one of the main minerals required by our body. There is calcium present in every one of our body’s cells.
The key role of calcium is to provide nourishment for the musculoskeletal system, bone strength and development.
As bones age they deplete of calcium, making them weak and brittle.
Our diets often lake the nutrients and minerals required for bone strength and development.
Consumption of coffee, tea, carbonated drinks, alcohol and smoking are just some of the contributing factors that can reduce calcium in our body/bones. Women particularly suffer from calcium deficiency, often resulting in osteoporosis.
Our bodies require sufficient amounts of calcium in order to combat calcium deficiency.
You must have a calcium supplement that is easily digested and retained by the body to support the skeletal system. Supplying the correct bioavailable nutrients to the skeletal framework is the main key for development, movement, posture and well being.
Kalsio®+ – More than just Calcium
Kalsio®+ naturally contains a rich source of minerals and nutrients as follows:
Calcium: Calcium is an important component of a healthy diet and a mineral necessary for life. Calcium plays an important role in building stronger, more dense bones early in life and keeping bones strong and healthy later in life. Calcium also has a role in the normal growth and maintenance of bones, teeth, nervous system, muscle function, blood clotting mechanism and cardiac function.
Phosphorus: Phosphorus is an essential mineral that is required by every cell in the body for normal function. Phosphorus is a major structural component of bone in the form of a calcium phosphate salt called hydroxyapatite. Phosphorus also helps to maintain normal acid-base balance (pH) by acting as one of the body’s most important buffers.
Collagen: Can assist in the development of cartilage and bones. Collagen has great tensile strength and is the main component of fascia, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, bone and skin.
Magnesium: Magnesium is vital for healthy bone structure. Calcium interacts with magnesium in many body processes, such as the regulation of blood vessel tone and contraction of muscles, including heart muscle. Calcium stimulates muscles and contracts blood vessels, while magnesium relaxes muscles and dilates blood vessels.
FBP (Fish Bone Peptides): FBPs are known for the attraction of Calcium, thus providing superior transportation qualities – Trial research has demonstrated higher transportation of Calcium.
Vitamin D: Aids in the absorption of Calcium helping to form and maintain strong bones.
Rate of Transportation
Graph shows the transportation of the Calcium, FBP and Collagen in Kalsio®+ through the intestinal wall lining. This study was conducted to determine the rate of transportation (absorption) of the components of Kalsio®+ across the intestinal wall. Independent study undertaken by Trinity Bio-actives, University of Otago, New Zealand. Measuring transportation data.
'Due to injuries sustained some years ago I have very damaged joints in my shoulders – it has been suggested I undergo an operation which I am not keen to have. I am a writer/researcher and spend a lot of time at the keyboard – since taking KALSIO I have experienced major relief from shoulder pain and consequently I am able to continue with my work.’
‘I am in my mid-seventies and, like many people my age, suffer from arthritis and general wear and tear. I manage a small property where I do a great deal of manual labour which used to make me very stiff and sorry. By regularly taking KALSIO and MOBICOSA I am no longer suffering so much discomfort. I can now work for so much longer which keeps my wife happy!’
When Bronwyne MacRea had a serious fall from her horse she was warned that she would be unable to ride again for a very long time – if at all.
“It happened on October 28 2013,” recalled 52-year-old Bronwyne, an employment consultant from Glossodia near Windsor in New South Wales. “I was riding my mare and then I don’t remember anything until I woke up in hospital forty-eight hours later.”
She had seven fractured ribs, a broken pelvis, a punctured lung and two transverse fractures of the spine.
“I was told at the hospital I’d be in traction and it would be at least six months before I’d be able to sit up properly and move around. And as I was over 50 I might never be able to return to the saddle.
“This gutted me as I’d always had horses and ridden all my life – I was determined this wasn’t going to be the end.
“I spent a week in Westmead’s high dependency unit and then I was moved to a general ward and then into rehab. I saw people who’d been there for eight weeks and were still only just moving about. I didn’t want that to be me. I’m not that old and I want to be in the saddle competing just as I did before the accident.
“Twenty-one days after the injury I had some more X-rays done – the surgeon told me nothing had changed – it was a bad break, accept the fact that I’ll probably never ride again and be prepared to spend six months in rehab.
“I had contacted a friend and asked if there was such a thing as TECHNYFLEX for humans. She told me about MOBICOSA and also about KALSIO which is a natural calcium supplement. I ordered them at the beginning of December and after only a week I felt my movement had improved and my physio said I was freer.
“The hospital had prescribed 500 milligrams of painkillers each day but I didn’t want that – all I took was MOBICOSA and KALSIO.
“I was given lifting exercises to help my pelvis and I went into the pool. After six weeks I left rehab, more X-rays were taken and the specialist, Dr Munjed Al Muderis, stated that my bones were healing well.
“But I don’t want to see you for six months, Bronwyne,” he said. “Understand you won’t be riding for at least a year and, if and when you do, you’ll most likely feel restricted and uncomfortable.” She went home feeling down – but determined.
“I continued with the MOBICOSA and KALSIO. I didn’t need a wheelchair and I was feeling much better.
Although she had been told not to see the orthopaedic surgeon for six months she made an earlier appointment
“Instead of waiting until July I saw him in March with some new X-rays.” This is 4 months earlier than she had initially…
“You’re walking well, Bronwyne,’ said Dr Al Muderis, as she entered his rooms and handed him the new X-rays. I thought I wasn’t going to see you for another four months.”
Bronwyne told him she’d been doing physio and hadn’t taken any painkillers. “And I’ve been regularly taking MOBICOSA and KALSIO.”
Dr Al Muderis examined the X-rays, he saw there’d been a radical improvement from January 7 to March 11.
“Well Bronwyne you can go back to riding your horses.” She did so immediately.
“And even after my first ride I didn’t experience any soreness.
“You know it’s all about quality of life and the quality of the product you’re taking. I’ve discovered there are many brands out there but I know I’m taking the best – not something second-rate boosted with fillers. And now my husband is taking them for his knees and shoulders.
“MOBICOSA and KALSIO will always be part of our daily routine.”
October 28 2013 – Bronwyne MacRea had a serious fall from her horse – X-rays revealed seven fractured ribs, a broken pelvis, a punctured lung and two transverse fractures of the spine.
November 16 2013 – Surgeon stated that her new X-rays revealed there had been no improvement. It would be a long time before she could ride her horses – if ever.
December 2013 – Began taking Mobicosa and Kalsio. She took no other medication.
January 2014 – After examining new X-rays, specialist says ‘bones are healing well’. He didn’t want to see her again for 6 months.
March 2014 – Bronwyne has more X-rays taken and visits the specialist four months earlier than initially arranged. The specialist was surprised to see her and commented upon how well she was walking. He examined the new X-rays – he was impressed – there had been a radical improvement between January and March. Bronwyne could now go back to riding.