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    Hilary
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    Able

    You mentioned that we might need calcium and vit D (along with others). The only supplement I see I’m still lacking is calcium and Vit D/D3.. I have Citrical but I haven’t taken it in a long time. Is this appropriate for the diet or is there junk in it? If so, what do you recommend? I’m already taking a huge dose of magnesium oxide for constipation, so I can’t afford to have anymore magnesium. I know you said Vit D3 is important too, is there enough of that in Citrical? (if that’s “legal”)

    Thanks,
    Hil

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    Able900
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    I suppose it would be alright, however, you could be obtaining your calcium and magnesium together in one supplement; both in the correct amounts. For the correct amounts of each mineral and vitamin, read the post on vitamins and other supplements.

    Able

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    Javizy
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    Don’t forget vitamin D’s overlooked friend K2. Vitamin D gets calcium out of tissues and into the bloodstream, and K2 plays a big role in getting it into the bones and teeth. This is why excess vitamin D can cause calcification of the arteries. You’d need to be taking over 10,000IU/day of vitamin D to be in a position to worry about that, and K2 makes it safe regardless, but it’s interesting anyway. The worst thing you can do is supplement calcium alone, like all those people who had heart attacks…

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    Hilary
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    Great! Thank you!

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