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... I take all supplements with food, But I avoid taking calcium with any food that blocks absorption, like oat bran. I don't like to take any of them on an empty stomach. ... (64 replies)
... dairy have the lowest rates of osteoporosis, so it confirms to me that excessive calcium accelerates bone turnover and since the amount of times you can do that is fixed .. excess calcium actually ages bones faster. ... (64 replies)
... now Im all for a little insurance but it must be the right kind and the push for calcium supplements is a myth too because bone is made up of more than just calcium and supplementing will only calcium is a negative.... ... (64 replies)

... Anhydrous in Calcium Aspartate Anhydrous just basically means powder form. I've been taking EZorb for years with absolutely no side effects. ... (64 replies)
... I balance it with a calcium containing food. ... (64 replies)
... hi phylllis - thanks for taking the time to write. you're not the only one who has said to just relax about it. i spoke with a girlfriend last night who nine years ago had a double lung transplant. they give those patients maybe three years. she is still living but not without complications. the anti-rejection drugs and the prednisone have done a number on her to say the... (64 replies)
... tablet during the day, then i get the entire dose. i think with the Ezorb, i was so frantic to try and find something quickly and what sounded like a really good calcium that i just ordered this stuff right away. i haven't ordered another bottle, and now after reading so many messages about it i don't think i'm going to reorder. ... (64 replies)
... Bear in mind that should a new and better form of calcium come along that has made it past rigorous scientific scrutiny, you'll read about it and hear about it from the mainstream media. ... (64 replies)
... known osteo medical facility and the speaker said it is all right to take calcium with fruits and veggies even though they contain fiber. She said only added fiber to foods would block absorption. ... (64 replies)
... s so widely used. I think how it goes is that calcium citrate can be taken on an empty stomach, but you have to take more of it to to get the desired amount and calcium carbonate is better absorbed but has to be taken with food since it needs the stomach acid to be absorbed. ... (64 replies)
... Hi singingirl. I DO agree with you. Totally. My docs are always frowning and growling, and talking down to me. I couldn't agree more regarding RX drug manufacturers having TOTAL control (or at least, wanting to), over what we medicate ourselves with, and the docs marching right along in tune with them:mad: God forbid a patient might actually know his/her body and... (64 replies)
... :eek: I went to a supposedly esteemed Naturopath a year ago and as a result I'm taking a combination of calcium (citrate, carbonate & glucomate) with magnesium. I also take Vit D year round because of where I live. The amount of sunshine we get is worthless. I have heard you shouldn't take Ca with fiber. I've been gorging on blueberries for breakfast lately with my Ca and... (64 replies)
... ntly fell at work and went to a orthopedic doctor. He told me I have osteoporosis. Was diagnosed with ostepenia about 3 years ago. Was told to take 1200 mg of calcium with D a day. I thought all was well till now. ... (64 replies)
... Singingirl: I think the report said coffee promotes health, I think they meant the coffee bean was healthy, I don't know if they were referring to the caffeine. I was looking for organic instant coffee the other day in Trader's Joes but didn't find any. I was wondering if organic instant coffee is available anyplace. I bought broccolirabe today and made it with garlic,... (64 replies)
... Hi jacal...its good to know that fruits and veggies are good for your bones as well as the rest of you. We are big produce (our garden is doing well) eaters here so that an easy one to stick to. I never gotten into soy other than soynuts and my husband wouldn't go for it so its an easy thing not to do. I try to avoid processed foods, i guess its good that i like to cook and... (64 replies)
... Hi Phyllwyll and all, Remember me? We exchanged birthday greeting last year, both of us born in 1952 I was in southern Ca. for three months and off these boards for about five months, I had to catch up on my life in NY. Ca. was great, I loved all the sunshine (good for bones) and I lost ten pounds walking all the beaches! The low humidity in Ca. kept my injured knees... (64 replies)
... hi to everyone who has responded to my concerns. i guess i'm going to have to call my primary MD, as the results of the bone scan went to the OB/GYN, altho i think she probably was forwarded a copy. However, based on her track record i doubt that i would hear from her. I wonder how a person tests for vitamin D, what kind of test is it? i live where it is sunny all the time and... (64 replies)
... the supplement I take was designed specifically for osteoporosis available at health food stores ... in each pill there is calcium citrate 274mg,magnesium 135mg, silica 50mg, manganese 1mg, zinc 325ug, vit K 2ug, boron 700ug, I take 3 a day and I also take vit D3 1000iu once a day .. ... (64 replies)
... singingirl the only thing I am sure of when it comes to supplementing for bone health is adequate vit D levels ( as we age we dont absorb vit D well) and calcium is necessary but it must be balanced with magnesium, and other co nutrients like manganese , zinc , vit K , silica ,boron and exercise hope this helps Myth (64 replies)
... mg of calcium in my diet and so I supplement with about 500 mg of citracal per day and so far I feel comfortabl with that. That said, I don't have Osteoporosis yet either. ... (64 replies)




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