I'm moving on...
12 peope found the following review helpful
Posted by Specialist on Feb 28, 2011
I always liked this formula and Jarrow's non-vegetarian Bone-Up because of their use of MK-7 (even though it is a small amount). Not many manufacturers are aware of Vit. K's importance in keeping calcium out of soft tissue and in the bones. This formula used to have Glucosamine HCL in it, but now it has potassium (which is a lot cheaper and so ubiquitous in nature that I consider it to be a worthless addition). So they took something valuable out and basically gave us nothing back. They also use magnesium oxide which is poorly absorbed. It's convenient taking a calcium "formula" but there are compromises. So, after using a few bottles of this formula, I've decide to move on. I'm willing to take a few more pills to get what I really want in a supplement. I'll be using Now Foods- Red Mineral Algae, Healthy Origins Vitamin D3 5000, Jarrow- MK7, Thorne Research- Magnesium CitraMate, Zinc Glycinate, and Solgar- Multi Chelated 3mg Boron. I already take a B-Vitamin, Vit C, and chlorophyll (for copper), so everything is covered.
A good vegetarian calcium supplement
Posted by Reviewer2940089 on Feb 19, 2008
This one seems gentler on my stomach than some of the other calcium / bone health supplements.
Bone up vegetarian formula
Posted by Reviewer2689959 on Mar 26, 2010
Minus the risk of allegic except the tablets are large, not easy to swallow
absorbable calcium plus
Posted by Reviewer1822325 on Nov 11, 2007
this is a good vegetarian calcium supplement plus other nutrients that are needed to help maintain our teeth and bones
Vegetarian Bone-up Purchase
Posted by Reviewer1855417 on Aug 07, 2008
The price of the supplement was good, but it has gone up some since my last purchase. Shiping was free, however, and fast, so that helped. Thanks for your service.