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... provides 400mg of elemental calcium...Wow! ... (79 replies)
... Elemental calcium is nothing more than that calcium all by itself. ... ... (79 replies)
EZorb Calcium
Dec 15, 2006
... Does anyone know how much "elemental" calcium is in Ezorb, and also maganesium, vit d and possibly vit k? ... (5 replies)

... What exactly IS elemental calcium and is that the part of the calcium that is most necessary for building bones? ... (79 replies)
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... Well since jrose says that the elemental calcium is 146 mgs I feel a little better, but not by much. You would have to calculate your dietary intake and then add ezorb by ? ... (64 replies)
... OK. I'm looking at the bottle of ezorb that I bought and now am not going to use. ... (64 replies)
... mg of elemental Calcium. ... (79 replies)
... now throw in calcium from your diet ... ... (64 replies)
... Wow. I didn't realize that calcium carbonate only had 400 mgs of elemental calcium out of 1000. I thought it was the entire 1000. Do you know how much calcium citrate has? ... (79 replies)
... Yes...it is misleading. But the manufacturers know that you'll need at least 1000mg of any traditional calcium compound to be of any benefit to you. Calcium compounds have weights and absorption levels. ... (79 replies)
... since it only adds 300mgs of elemental calcium to my already 1000 of calcium citrate malate. ... (79 replies)
... zorb lists the elemental calcium on the bottle, I don't know how to figure out how much calcium to get from my diet to get 1500 mg. ... (9 replies)
... You might have the elavated calcium, because you are not taking magnesium. You need to make sure you look at the elemental value of the magnesium and not merely the mg listed...there is a difference. ... (10 replies)
EZorb Calcium
Dec 16, 2006
... You don't need to take extra calcium if you are taking Ezorb nor do you need to take vitamin D or Magnesium with it for absorbability. I do take magnesium because most of us are deficient in it. ... (5 replies)
... I'm planning on starting off taking 4 tabs a day. I think between that and eating calcium rich foods, the cal. ... (26 replies)
... I think you may be comparing apples and oranges. Looking at RDI's and such might be helpful if you are taking regular calcium supplements but Ezorb is a different substance. If you follow the directions you should be okay. You can even call the manufacturer and express your concerns. ... (7 replies)
... You might have the elavated calcium, because you are not taking magnesium. You need to make sure you look at the elemental value of the magnesium and not merely the mg listed...there is a difference. ... (10 replies)
... WOW - that is a lot of info to absorb - thanks. From what I am reading calcium carbonate is not that bad (40% elemental calciun) but the CCM is better. I will have to check how mine breaks down in the vinegar. Am seeing my pcp this week and will get his opinion also - we go way back and he understands me and my "problems" - also have fibromyalgia and drug intolerances. ... (79 replies)
EZorb Calcium
Dec 16, 2006
... the tablets have i think 146mg elemental per TWO tablets ie 73mg in each so quite low it doesnt contain any mag, vit D or K etc i have taken it for about 6months and not sure whether to get another DEXA in march (will be year since first) or swap to cheaper ones and get it in two years (5 replies)




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