What does the research show with regard to calcium supplementation?
Is it better for a person to get their calcium from the foods they eat, or from a calcium supplement (pill)?
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Below is an extract from the research result as published on:
The two main forms of calcium in supplements are carbonate and citrate. Calcium carbonate is more commonly available and is both inexpensive and convenient. Both the carbonate and citrate forms are similarly well absorbed, but individuals with reduced levels of stomach acid can absorb calcium citrate more easily. Other calcium forms in supplements or fortified foods include gluconate, lactate, and phosphate. Calcium citrate malate is a well-absorbed form of ...
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