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... There was a recent news item on research which indicates that excess intake of calcium and vitamin D is linked to dementia in the elderly, due to an increase in brain lesions. This was research done by Dr. Martha Payne, from Duke University. ... (4 replies)
... My dietitian told me to take 800 D but my kidney doctor told me it is not important if I take it or not since my intestines actually absorb a lot of calcium,my ob gyn told me to take 400 D. ... (7 replies)
... fawn, you might want to check your milk's nutrition facts. It's usually fortified with vitamin D and A. ... (6 replies)

... yrs old. I have Polycystic ovarian syndrome and i have low estrogen, which makes me prone to have Osteoporosis. It's like i'm having an early menopause coz i'm not menstruating. ... (6 replies)
... It takes 6 months to get a decent reading for increased Vitamin D levels in the blood NOT weeks. Bones take that long to heal properly in a healthy individual. ... (4 replies)
... or helping me get on the right track about vit d. It is interesting that it was an alternative doc that got you on a 2000IU dose that was adequate to move your d from 22 to 41 after 5 months. It does sort of bear out the statement from the vitamindcouncil that... ... (14 replies)
... d discs, bulging discs and never need to be operated on, that is as long as it doesn't press on a nerve. Sometimes the "toothpaste" stuff from the disc will be absorbed by the body over a period of time, needless to say I wasn't one of the lucky ones. Pain is a very humbling experience. ... (22 replies)
... since I want to take the least chances with my sensitive stomach. This calcium is incredibly lightweight so makes a lot of sense to me why it could be so well absorbed and not a reason to cause kidney stones. Remember guys you want the highest absorption, not the highest amount. ... (79 replies)
... s sometimes have trouble swallowing it. "If I tell you studies show that 1 in a 100 people have that reaction, and you're the one, you'll be mad at me. If you're not that one, it's the best treatment we have. ... (8 replies)
... There is a huge myth about milk in America. Yes, it's full of calcium, but that calcium isn't readily absorbed into your bones unless it's raw. Most milk sold in American stores is not raw, but pasteurized and homogenized. This makes it acidic and harder to digest. ... (17 replies)
Calcium choice ?
Nov 17, 2010
... son goes by the name of Jacal. I don't see any new posts from Jacal though. Anyway, this is supposed to be a good calcium product because it is supposed to get absorbed in the small intestine and not the stomach. And supposedly you don't need Vitamin D along with it because of how it gets absorbed. ... (3 replies)
... To aid in calcium absorption you also need to take Vitamin D. I think the best absorbed minerals are those that are attached to a protein amino acid called "Chelated" which is readily absorbed . And, I have found do not upset your stomach. ... (4 replies)
... fat dairy and supplements and now thinking it's just not even benefiting me. ... (14 replies)
... I'm not sure why no one responded to my post. It was my first, and maybe I didn't follow some protocol I'm not aware of. Or maybe nobody has anything to say, or wants to say anything. ... (3 replies)
... ml, waaay post menopausal even with hrt. I was not absorbing the hrt I was on. My testosterone and progesterone levels were extremely low also. ... (22 replies)
... Then you could try taking Vitamin K to help make sure the calcium you are taking is reaching your bones. ... (2 replies)
... Those with celiac sometimes suffer intestinal upset which is misdiagnosed as Irritable Bowel Syndrome. But not all people with celiac have symptoms of intestinal discomfort. ... (23 replies)
... calcium absorption connection is scientifically documented. Magnesium is a little more iffy. Although I do take it, my family doctor says that it is not necessary for calcium absorption. ... (9 replies)
... time for almost 3 years and haven't had any problem falling asleep. Everyone is different so for you taking it early morning may be the better time. Just try not to eat anything for a couple of hours after taking it so it has time to be absorbed. ... (9 replies)
... about a year ago. I have been taking about 2,500 IU's of Vitamin D and 750 calcium both by Nature Made. ... (1 replies)




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