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Now Foods, Calcium Citrate, 100% Pure Powder, 8 oz (227 g)

$7.18
$11.99
Savings of: $4.81 (40% off)
4.4 out of 5 based on 180 reviews
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calcium

Posted by Reviewer3155717 on Nov 14, 2008

Fine powder and does its job.

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Really works and is has no additives

Posted by 4955677849389834507 on Jul 17, 2012

Really works and is has no additives

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Easy to mix and take

Posted by Reviewer2653598 on Aug 09, 2012

My physician has me on 1,500 mg calcium per day. Calcium citrate is more bioavailable than carbonate. The powder added to my morning protein smoothie makes getting 1,500 mg calcium so much easier than swallowing a handful of tablets.

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Good supplement

Posted by HealthyGuy on Aug 20, 2012

I used this supplement for my dog, internally. He no longer needs it, but I found another great use for it. I make my own toothpaste for my dog and add some calcium powder to the paste (baking soda, some oil, a bit of salt, and calcium powder). The calcium helps the teeth remineralize and makes them stronger. As baking soda can be harsh, I don't brush his teeth every day. There are a couple good recipes online. It's also good for humans.

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easy

Posted by Reviewer1450757 on Jan 10, 2012

easy to add to diet, added to drinks, pudings, soups, ect. good for the bones without knowing you are getting it.

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