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Re: calcium

Thanks, did know that and was taking calcium carbonate...have been for 
years. I still find the difference with one 8oz cup of goat's milk 

At 11:55 AM 1/4/03 -0600, you wrote:
>What is absorbed depends on the type of calcium. Look for Calcium citrate 
>or Calcium carbonate tablets, the others are far less efficiently absorbed.
>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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