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Calcium Citrate Malate (270 Vegetable Capsules)


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Calcium Citrate Malate is a readily-soluble form of calcium which is an easily absorbed and well-tolerated form of calcium. Calcium is an essential mineral required for healthy bone formation. Calcium bound to natural fruit acids called citric acid and malic acid results in the calcium compound, Calcium Citrate Malate. This form of calcium has been shown to have a superior benefit compared to many calcium supplements as it allows for 40% more calcium absorption than calcium carbonate or milk. Calcium Citrate Malate is easily digested and absorbed equally well with or without food.

Calcium is the basic bone-building mineral required by the body. Adequate calcium intake every day, over a lifetime, is important for maintaining sufficient bone density as we age and reducing risk for osteoporosis, a progressive bone disease leading to fragile, porous bones. Risk for osteoporosis is also influenced by age, sex, race, exercise, and many other dietary and lifestyle choices. Calcium Citrate Malate is suitable for those individuals seeking a reliable, cost-effective source of calcium to enhance dietary intake. Taking calcium in several smaller doses throughout the day produces higher absorption than taking a larger dose all at once. This product should be used in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise program.

Calcium Citrate Malate is optimal for individuals who need a highly bioavailable and absorptive form of Calcium. It is one of the most bioavailable forms of calcium which makes it a good choice for a growing number of people who cannot tolerate lactose or protein in dairy products, but need to add additional calcium to their diet.

A University of Southwestern Medical Center study revealed that Calcium Citrate absorption was 2.5 times greater than that of the cheaper calcium carbonate. Head researcher Dr. Howard J. Heller concluded that, ...there is significant difference between calcium supplement formulations which may effect the overall benefits consumers receive, particularly those at risk of osteoporosis. (Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 1999;39:1151-1154)

Those at risk for bone deterioration or those who want added Calcium. Calcium supplementation may play a role in maintaining a healthy weight. Calcium is suggested for peri- and post-menopausal women, as well as young women and those who are considering becoming pregnant and women who are pregnant.