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Is zevit a calcium supplement?

Is zevit a calcium supplement?

No, not calcium: According to the manufacturer's vitamin listing, zevit capsules contain: zinc sulphate monohydrate, vitamin b1, vitamin b2, vitamin b6, vitamin b12, nicotinamide, calcium pantothenate, vitamin E acetate, vitamin c, Folic Acid, biotin, nicotinamide 100. The calcium panthothenate is actually a b vitamin like many of the other components. This has no significant calcium supplementation role. ...Read more

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Who needs a calcium supplement?

Who needs a calcium supplement?

All: As far as I'm concerned, all could benefit from 800-1200 mg daily. Broccoli and salmon has more calcium than a glass of milk and more nutritious too. Children and post menopausal women are at highest risk of poor bone health. Vitamin d (2-5000 units) is also needed for bone health. ...Read more

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Do men need calcium supplement?

Do men need calcium supplement?

Depends: We do not recommend calcium supplementation for the heck of supplementing. We always prefer you to get your calcium from your food. However, in men who has osteoporosis or osteopenia, calcium supplementation + vitamin d is appropriate and recommended. ...Read more

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Does calcium supplement make you grow?

Does calcium supplement make you grow?

No: Calcium is an important factor for maintaining bone strength but does not make you grow taller. ...Read more

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Could megabone calcium supplement work.?

Could megabone calcium supplement work.?

Megabone calcium: Sure megabone calcium will work but you would likely be spending more money than necessary. Milk is an inexpensive way to get enough calcium and there is calcium in many meals. You might also consider taking 1000 or 2000 vitamin D a day. It is not overly expensive and easy to take. ...Read more

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What is the best calcium supplement for women?

What is the best calcium supplement for women?

Any: Any sort of calcium supplement is fine. Citracal is a opopular brand. Viactiv is even chocolate flavored! There are many over the counter options and all are good. Also consider a multivitamin because it will also serve as a supplement for other vitamins. ...Read more

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How much calcium supplement is needed for women?

How much calcium supplement is needed for women?

Varies: The recommendation for supplementation depends on your age and dietary intake. First, look up the recommended intake for your age and calculate your calcium intake. Roughly, each serving of dairy has about 300 mg of calcium and a balanced diet without dairy has about 300-400 mg of calcium. Then supplement up to your recommended intake, if necessary. ...Read more

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Which type of calcium supplement is best for you?

Which type of calcium supplement is best for you?

Citrate vs carbonate: Calcium carbonate is less expensive and it can be also used for acidic heart burn. Calcium citrate adsorbs faster and easier, it doesn't cause constipation as likely as carbonate does. ...Read more

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Which type of calcium supplement should you take?

Which type of calcium supplement should you take?

The cheapest: Take the cheapest one you tolerate. Calcium carbonate is the least extensive. Calcium gluconate is fractionally better absorbed and sometimes better tolerated, but is more expensive per mg of calcium absorbed. And don't forget adequate vitamin D; it can really help with calcium absorption in the intestine. ...Read more

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What is the best calcium supplement to buy for men?

What is the best calcium supplement to buy for men?

Calcium for men: The best calcium supplement is the one that you find easiest to take. While some preparations are absorbed better than others (eg, calcium citrate vs. Calcium carbonate, liquid-based calcium vs. Pill form), in general they are all comparable and work fine for the average healthy person. My personal favorite is viactiv, which is a calcium chew with extra vitamin k to help absorption--tasty. ...Read more

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When is the best time to take your calcium supplement?

When is the best time to take your calcium supplement?

Divided doses: Hi. Calcium is best absorbed if it's taken in divided doses throughout the day (usually 2-3 times/day). Make sure you're getting enough vitamin D too...it augments calcium absorption. ...Read more

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Which type of calcium supplement to take is the very best?

Which type of calcium supplement to take is the very best?

Calcium: Depending on your diet, you may or may not need supplemental calcium. You can get a lot from leafy greens, tofu, yogurt, cheese, milk, sardines, salmon, etc. Http://tinyurl. Com/d8bvfbn around 900-1200 milligrams of calcium per day are enough. If you aren't getting this much in your food, calcium citrate is better absorbed than calcium carbonate. Use a product that also has vit d and vit k2. ...Read more

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Since I don't eat dairy should I take calcium supplement?

Check w/a good: Registered dietitian or a website. Ther are many other foods with calcium in them, but dairy is one of the best sources. You need approx. 1000 mg of elemental calcium a day, plus approx 2000 units ofvitamin d3. If your diet is insufficient, you can supplement with a cheap generic calcium replacement with meals to get up to those totals. ...Read more

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How do I choose the calcium supplement that is right for me?

Read labels: Use calcium citrate, it's better absorbed than calcium carbonate. Shoot for around 1000-1200mg a day combined in food and supplements. If you take a supplement don't take any more than about 600mg at a time because you won't absorb more than that all at once. And don't forget about vitamin d3. You can find a supplement with both calcium and D3 in a combined pill. And generics are fine. ...Read more

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What is considered the safe daily dose of calcium supplement?

What is considered the safe daily dose of calcium supplement?

Depends: There are recommendations for calcium intake based on sex and age. It is safe only to supplement up to the recommended intake if your diet is insufficient in calcium for your sex and age. ...Read more

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Is it true that after age of 70+ taking calcium supplement is no longer useful?

Is it true that after age of 70+ taking calcium supplement is no longer useful?

Not true: Calcium with vitamin d requirement increases in the elderly. Less exposure to sunlight and low dietary intake often leads to low levels of vitamin d and less calcium available to maintain the strength of bones. This can progress to osteoporosis which is a major cause of hip joint and spinal fractures in the elderly. Hip fracture often is the terminal event for an elderly individual. ...Read more

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It'd be possible that a calcium supplement cause decreased kydney funtion for ever?

Calcium supplements: Rarely cause decreased kidney function unless you've taken a massive excess over a long period of time or there's some other underlying medical problem. Check w/your doctor for more info. ...Read more

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Are prenatal vitimins considered a calcium supplement?

Are prenatal vitimins considered a calcium supplement?

Not alone: Most prenatal vitamins contain only small amounts of calcium (~300mg) because the calcium molecule is too big to put in a combination pill. You and your doctor will need to review your dietary calcium intake, and see whether you also need a calcium supplement in addition to your prenatal vitamin. Between diet & supplement you need 1000mg calcium/day. Can get in dairy products, leafy greens, etc. ...Read more

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What's the best calcium supplement for hypoparathroidism?

No best.: Calcium citrate or calcium carbonate would be adequate as a supplement. Calcitriol is best able to increase the absorption of calcium so that a normal blood calcium level is maintained. ...Read more

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VitC 2000mg. Calcium 220 mg. Oysco 1000/500D.Biotin 6000mcg. VitA10, 000.Plaqunil. Zyrtec. Singular. Xyzal. Gabapntin. Safe?

VitC 2000mg. Calcium 220 mg. Oysco 1000/500D.Biotin 6000mcg. VitA10, 000.Plaqunil. Zyrtec. Singular. Xyzal. Gabapntin. Safe?

Hard to say: You are on two medications (Plaquinil and Gabapentin) which can be associated with side effects and thus the question whether is safe or not depends on the perspective related to risk/benefit ratio. However there is no evidence that vit A or even vit C supplements are beneficial and thus I would consider stopping these two. ...Read more

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Side effect of calcium supplement?

Usually none: Most people can regulate calcium absorption so as to fit their skeletal needs.
There are others who develop excessive absorption with consequent increase in urine calcium creating a risk for kidney stones. This is particularly true if you take more than 800 units of vitamin d per day. ...Read more

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Side effects of calcium supplement?

Side effects of calcium supplement?

Multiple: The body needs calcium to maintain strong bones. However, supplemental calcium can also contribute to calcification of arteries which can lead to strokes and heart attacks. Speak to your physician about how to best meet your calcium needs without increasing your risks. Natural sources of calcium are usually the safest. ...Read more

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Which OTC calcium supplement has the best absorption?

Calcium suplement: Not all otc calcium suplement has the best absorption. There are two common calcium suplement available otc :calcium carbonate and calcium citrate. Calcium citrate has better absorption then calcium carbonate. ...Read more

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If I'm allergic to dairy do I need a calcium supplement?

What do you eat?: Depends what else you eat. You need about 1000 mg of calcium rich foods a day--and enough vitamin d to tell your body what to do with the calcium. Many non dairy foods have calcium: especially tofu, tahini paste,
whitefish, shrimp, and sardines.
Bok choy, kale,
white and navy beans,
almonds, apricots, figs and others
http://www. Godairyfree. Org/health-info/calcium/dairy-free-calcium-chart. ...Read more

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Is there a calcium supplement that can be added to water?

Is there a calcium supplement that can be added to water?

Yes: There are several companies that sell powdered or liquid calcium supplements that can be put in water. ...Read more

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Are there any side effects to taking a calcium supplement?

Are there any side effects to taking a calcium supplement?

Depends: No serious side effects if taken as directed. If too much, can cause high calcium level in the blood and subsequently urine, kidney stone, low magnesium in blood, constipation, nausea...The last two symptoms can occur even at normal replacement dose. ...Read more

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