21st Century Health Care, Calcium 1000 +D, D3, 90 Coated Caplets
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One per day...AWESOME!
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer3234181 on May 13, 2010
My doctor asked that I take 1000mg of Calcium and, because I had become Vitamin D deficient, he recommended 2500mg Vitamin D as well (they work together). Unfortunately, to accomplish this, it seems you need to take several vitamin pills, which is a nuisance. My quest began. I began searching for one vitamin that contained both calcium and vitamin D in large amounts WITHOUT HAVING TO TAKE 2, 3, or 4 PILLS to accomplish this! And I wanted a formula that was appropriate for vegetarians. This formula was the closest I found. It met my Calcium requirement, taking only ONE pill per day. It fell short on the Vitamin D, but was still much higher than any of the other formulas that were blended with Calcium. While I may not be hitting the high level of Vitamin D that my doctor recommended, I was thrilled with a one pill "close enough" blend. One caveat: it is slightly on the large size, so be aware if you have difficulty with larger vitamins.
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has unhealthy ingredients
Posted by Reviewer1643020 on Jul 30, 2012
contains titanium dioxide and artifical colors (FD&C yellow #5, FD&C yellow #6). as soon as i discovered it i stopped using that product. such a waste of money!
effective but huge!
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2409465 on Jul 27, 2010
these do the trick but i must say they are a little difficult to swallow since they are quite large. however, the price and vitamin content can't be topped
Great product but would like for there to be more vitamin D
Posted by Reviewer2141319 on Aug 16, 2010
800 UIs seem kind of low. 2 thousand or so would be ideal. Besides that a great product
Posted by Reviewer1039624 on May 23, 2009
I ordered this because my Dr. said to take it. So I won't know how well it works until I have another bone scan in 2 years. I have been fortunate that my bones are doing good at the age of 68 and I didn't have to take a prescription for them, "Thank GOD"!!! I'm not into taking prescription meds unless absolutely necessary.