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Should Women Still Take Calcium Supplements? - Diet and

10/21/2014
10:38 | Author: Evan Martin

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Should Women Still Take Calcium Supplements? - Diet and

Could the calcium supplements you take to strengthen your skeleton be doing you more harm than good? That's the conclusion of controversial.

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Most People Can Skip Calcium Supplements, Prevention Panel

12/20/2014
08:16 | Author: Devin Garcia

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Most People Can Skip Calcium Supplements, Prevention Panel

Women have been told for years that if they don't take calcium supplements religiously, they're putting themselves at risk of crippling hip.

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Reports like this always come with caveats, so here goes: The recommendations don't apply to people who already have osteoporosis or vitamin D deficiency. And the advice doesn't apply to people over 65 who are at risk of falls.

An accompanying editorial concludes, "While we wait for the results of further research, the USPSTF's cautious, evidence-based advice should encourage clinicians to think carefully before advising calcium and vitamin D supplementation for healthy individuals.".

And if that doesn't grab you, there's another option, Rosen says: "Of course, ice cream has calcium in it.".

Forgoing calcium supplements is a fine approach for most people, a preventive services panel says.

The panel gives independent recommendations to the federal government on the risks and benefits of treatments.

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Can calcium supplements kill? The safe way to strengthen your bones

10/19/2014
06:26 | Author: Evan Martin

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Can calcium supplements kill? The safe way to strengthen your bones

I've been taking calcium supplements for years to keep my bones healthy, but now I'm hearing they're not good for me after all. What's the.

What's the deal?. I've been taking calcium supplements for years to keep my bones healthy, but now I'm hearing they're not good for me after all.

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If you're at high risk for osteoporosis, Etingin says, some supplements may be in order.

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Timing Your Vitamins - Nature Made

8/18/2014
04:12 | Author: Caitlin White

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Timing Your Vitamins - Nature Made

We do not recommend taking Calcium along with your multivitamin if your multi contains iron. The calcium may interfere with the iron's absorption. If you take an.

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This is most convenient when you first wake up in the morning, as your stomach is most empty at this time. On the other hand, calcium citrate can be taken with or without food, and does not require food or stomach acid for absorption.

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Should Women Take Calcium and Vitamin D or Not? Julie Chen

6/17/2014
02:30 | Author: Caitlin White

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Should Women Take Calcium and Vitamin D or Not? Julie Chen

She was concerned that taking her usual low dosage -- 400-800mg of calcium supplement per day -- would put her at higher risk of heart.

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So, aim for foods rich in vitamin D and calcium if you need these fundamental building blocks for your body. Then, if your levels are still low or that you have osteopenia or osteoporosis, you should have some additional supplementation of these two nutrients. I am a huge proponent of getting your nutrients from food first and foremost. then using supplements as a gap-filler if you are not absorbing what you need via your foods.

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