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Re: calcium


What is absorbed depends on the type of calcium. Look for Calcium citrate or Calcium carbonate tablets, the others are far less efficiently absorbed.
Cathy

On Saturday, January 4, 2003, at 06:23 AM, Bonnie M. Holmes wrote:
On a related matter, I have been taking calcium supplements for years
because my system can't tolerate cow milk products. Since Walmart has been
carrying goat milk, I have been drinking a cup a day. Amazing what it has
done for my nails. Makes me wonder if all those calcium tables are not
absorbed much at all and how much our bodies absorb all that medication
that is dispensed.

Bonnie 6+ ETN
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