Sunday, August 16, 2015

Calchews Review

Not everyone love milk. As a milk lover, I find it so weird that others don't like drinking milk. Most of the people explained that they don't like the taste of it. That is why some companies come up with a substitute
in a form of a juice and food supplement made for those people to still have the needed calcium for our body without drinking the milk. Paschal Lab decided to make a calcium-filled product by making a chewable candy form and they called it CalChews.

Luckily, I got an available samples of Calchews together with OraCare and C-Lium from www.sampleroom.PH. Among the 3 products, CalChews is the one that I love because Pascual Lab reinvented a calcium food supplement that we can consume like a candy. I got 2 flavors, Rich Chocolate and Creamy Caramel. I like them both because they both taste like the famous candy bar that we enjoyed when we were kids.

Calcium is one of the most essential minerals that our body needs. It helps to make our bone and teeth strong and healthy lifestyles. Surprisingly, based on my research, I found out that it also helpful to those who are in weight management and even mood swing, wow.

Plus, CalChews also has Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K which is a strong and perfect combination for a more superior Calcium Supplement.

The sample that I got comes in a long, stick-like box that contain 7 cubes of it which is very convenient to carry.

I can't say that its effective since its a food supplement so can't notice if my bones is becoming to be strong but based on the reviews that I searched online and blogs, some can attest to the effectivity of it when they've had a calcium level test and the specialist surprised that their calcium level got increased faster that the calcium food supplement that was prescribed to them.

Personally, I definitely buy this or recommend this to my friends because for me, its a chewable candy that has a health benefits. And the 7-Day box that I got only cost you 77php in the pharmacy store so I'd rather buy this than the imported chocolate bars in the groceries, hihihi.

Please be reminded that you need to consult your doctor first before taking this especially if you're pregnant, breastfeeding or taking a blood-thinning medicine.

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