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... I cannot locate calcium in this form. Does anyone know anything about this? ... (6 replies)
... It's actually mid-shin. But it is a stress fracture. It didn't show up in xrays, but it was clear in the MRIs. I've been in the cast over a month. My dad had the same injury and was in it 6 months. I'm sure with the osteopenia, I'll be in it longer, and again and again, as I'm a pretty active person (the fracture was from running). All my tests are fine except the bone... (7 replies)
... We have compounding and natural Pharmacy here in Edmond that compounds their own medications and supplements. They sell a product caled Rebone that has MCHC as well as the other required vitamins and minerals important for bone health. ... (6 replies)

... There's a product called "Bone Up" by Jarrow that has that form of calcium in it. ... (6 replies)
... Solaray sells a very good combination capsule containing calcium citrate, magnesium and vit. d. I've been taking it for several years. ... (6 replies)
... Don't really know anything about that type of calcium. But I do know that here in nyc they sell a formula called Bone up by Jarrow, and also a company called Solaray sells it. Don't know if they have the Vitamin Shoppe in Indiana. It can be ordered from them online. I can't remember, because it was a while ago, but I seem to have heard something good about it. (6 replies)
... I purchase this form of calcium, it's called Bone Booster Complex. I also purchase the additional Strontium along with an additional 1000 mg of Vitamin D3. I am happy with this combination and feel much stronger. Be sure to add a good B complex, Vitamin C and Omega 3's. (6 replies)
... It is supposed to be a calcium based crystallline nutrient complex, which is how the mineral is actually stored in your bones. ... (1 replies)
... Up. He says the study Dr. Murray refers to is very misleading because individuals in that particular study were taking the calcium on an empty stomach. He said MCHC calcium needs to be taken with meals, which include protein, for best absorption. This may be where the technicality lies. ... (9 replies)
... Does any one know about "Bone Restore" from Life Extension Foundation? (6 replies)
... vitamin D supplementation. Although, I could much better see calcium supplementation used for the onset of osteopenia, a fairly recent classification. ... (17 replies)

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