People take Calcium 600mg with Vitamin D3 to aid in dental and bone health.
Bone health can be dependent on many factors including heredity, diet, exercise and lifestyle. Calcium is the primary mineral responsible for strong bones and teeth. Adequate calcium intake, along with physical activity, may reduce the risk of osteoporosis later in life. The body also uses Calcium for proper muscle contraction and nerve function. Vitamin D3 assists in Calcium absorption.
Taking Potassium, Vitamin K and Magnesium help your body absorb and use calcium. Your body can only absorb a limited amount of calcium at one time, so it is best to consume calcium in small doses throughout the day.
Q. Who should take calcium supplements?
A. For people not getting enough calcium-rich foods from their diet and women over 50 who have reached menopause.
Q. Is this Calcium best for me to take for osteoporosis?
A. The optimal forms of calcium are Carbonate and Citrate. Calcium Carbonate should not take with empty stomach because it requires stomach acid to dissolve and absorb. Some customers find carbonate cause constipation, coral calcium and calcium citrate is well absorbed on the empty stomach and does not constipate.
Q. Do I need take Vitamin D3 with Calcium?
A. Both two work together to protect your bones. Calcium helps build and maintain bones, while vitamin d helps your body effectively absorb. So even if you’re taking in enough calcium, it could be going to waste if you’re deficient in vitamin D. so make sure to get 400-800IU/day. However, for adults with Vitamin D levels below 30ng/ml, suggest that a higher daily intake of 1000-5000IU to restore healthy levels.
Q. What is the best calcium to take?
A. Calcium carbonate and calcium citrate are the optimal forms of the supplement.