Chocolate Calcium Chews
Chocolate Calcium Chews
650 mg daily calcium vitamin d supplement for bone health
- Calcium chews that are the perfect combination of "I want it" taste and "I need it" nutrition to help keep your body going strong.
- Chocolate calcium chews in a creamy milk chocolate flavor.
- Calcium vitamin d supplement to boost calcium absorption, help bone mineral density†, and promote bone growth†.
- Calcium supplement for pregnancy to support your health and your baby’s development of their teeth and bones, circulatory, muscular, and nervous systems†.
- Calcium supplement for osteoporosis. Adequate calcium and vitamin d as part of a healthy diet – along with physical activity – may reduce the risk of osteoporosis in later life†.
- Take 1 calcium chew, up to twice daily, with food.
No High Fructose Corn Syrup
No FD&C Dyes
Peanut/Tree Nut/Sesame Free
With US and International Materials
The Soft Chew is Better than Calcium Gummies
Compared to calcium gummies, our tasty chocolate calcium chews have 30% more calcium and 66% less sugar! With only 1 gram of sugar per serving in a creamy milk chocolate flavor, new favorite Calcium Chews status is guaranteed.
Chews Your Calcium Wisely
With 650mg of Calcium per chew vs. 500mg in the leading calcium gummies, you get the goodness of hard-to swallow pills with the great taste you expect from a gummy. No tradeoffs. That’s the same amount of calcium in 2 glasses of milk in just one chocolate calcium chew.
Boost your Calcium Absorption
Compared to the leading gummies, our calcium chews are the only ones with both Vitamin D and K1 to boost calcium absorption and help bone mineral density† (plus all the other great things they do). Impressive, right?
It's for More than Bone Building
Can you name a nutrient that has more clinically proven benefits for every stage of life than calcium? Us neither. So, if you're going to pick just one supplement the whole family can enjoy, Viactiv Calcium soft chews are the perfect fit. Click on the benefit to find out more:
Optimizing peak bone mass during adolescence and early adulthood contributes to bone strengthening and has been shown to build and maintain good bone health.† Adequate amounts of calcium and vitamin D as part of a healthy diet - along with physical activity - may reduce the risk of osteoporosis in later life.†
Calcium supports our circulatory system as it helps blood vessels tighten and relax when they need to.† This allows blood to travel easily through veins allowing your body to keep your blood warm and deliver oxygen to your muscles and organs.†
Muscle contraction is known to be regulated by calcium.† When your muscle moves, a motor neuron is queued on the muscle cell surface, activating calcium channels in the muscular system, and allowing calcium to flow into the muscle cell.†
Calcium is a crucial element to how the cells in your brain, and other parts of your nervous system, communicate.† High calcium concentrations let neurons know that it’s time to release the chemical message neurons used to communicate with each other.†
The daily recommended serving of calcium for pregnant women is 1000mg per day.† A baby's bone health peaks during the third trimester and 250mg to 350mg of calcium is transferred from mother to baby daily.† If you do not consume enough calcium in your diet during pregnancy, your body will take what your baby needs from your own calcium needs.†
Research has supported that women who have diets rich in vitamin D and calcium can reduce or even eliminate PMS symptoms.†
Research shows that calcium deficiency develops in approximately half of patients that have undergone gastric bypass surgery.† Lifelong adherence to dietary calcium and vitamin D is very important to maintain calcium levels post gastric bypass surgery.†
Building Bone Mass in Your Teens
Your bones absorb more calcium between the ages of 9 and 18 than during any other period in your life. The more calcium you store during your teens, the greater your peak bone mass as an adult.†
Support For You and Your Baby During Pregnancy
Important for building strong teeth and bones†…if you don’t get enough calcium in your diet, your baby will draw it from your teeth and bones. Our calcium supplement for pregnancy is a tasty treat with benefits for you both.
Maintaining Strong Bones After Menopause
Adequate amounts of calcium and vitamin D as part of a healthy diet – along with physical activity – may reduce the risk of osteoporosis in later life.†
Are calcium chews good for you?
Yes, your body needs calcium to build strong bones, move muscles, send messages through the nervous system, and circulate blood. Viactiv soft chews provide 650 mgs of Calcium per chew as Calcium Carbonate which has higher levels of elemental calcium (40%) compared to Calcium Citrate (21%).
Are calcium chews better than calcium gummies or pills?
Compliance is key. Viactiv calcium chews are not only delicious and easy-to-take, but they have 30% more calcium with over 66% less sugar than the leading gummy. They hold just as much calcium as hard-to-swallow pills, but our creamy milk chocolate flavor makes taking your daily serving of calcium the ultimate treat!
Is it safe to take a calcium supplement while pregnant?
Healthcare professionals recommend taking a calcium supplement while pregnant. Of course, you should always consult your physician.
When is it recommended that women start taking calcium?
You can benefit from calcium at every age but starting earlier is better because up to 90% of a teen girl’s bone mass is achieved by age 18. Once you reach peak bone mass as an adult, your body starts to withdraw more calcium than you deposit, which can weaken your bones over time.
Is it recommended for kids to take calcium vitamin d supplements?
Healthcare professionals recommend calcium and vitamin D for normal bone development in children. Viactiv is recommended for Adults and Children over 4 years old.
When should you take calcium morning or night?
It does not matter what time of day you take your calcium chew if you are consistent and take it daily. We recommend taking it at the same time every day to form a healthy habit. Calcium is better absorbed when taken with food or on a full stomach. Only one chew should be taken at a time. If taking 2 chews to get 100% Daily Value of your calcium – it is best to spread them out throughout the day to maximize absorption.
Is a calcium supplement helpful for osteoporosis?
It’s well established that adequate amounts of calcium and vitamin D as part of a healthy diet – along with physical activity – may reduce the risk of osteoporosis in later life†.
Does calcium cause weight gain?
Our creamy milk chocolate flavored calcium chews only contain 15 calories per one chew, making Viactiv the ultimate healthy treat.
How can I maintain my bone density after 60?
Healthcare professionals recommend taking a calcium supplement to assist bone density maintenance as you age.
How can I get 1000 mg of calcium a day?
There are many ways to get 1000 mg of calcium through your diet. For example, some calcium-rich foods include dairy products, green-leafy vegetables, and calcium-fortified foods. In addition to food sources high in calcium content, calcium supplementation, like Viactiv calcium chews, will help you reach your daily requirements.
Does calcium cause constipation?
Calcium supplements cause few, if any, side effects; however, sometimes constipation may occur. It is important to stay hydrated while taking calcium and if you experience constipation, please contact a healthcare provider.