What Kind of Calcium Is This?
Calcium is calcium, is it not?
No. Not even close. If you are using, for example, calcium carbonate, you are wasting your money. If you are using calcium citrate, you are most likely getting a lot of benefits. If you have uterine fibroids and using calcium d-glucorate, they are likely shrinking.
What about the “new” one? Calcium aspartate anhydrous. Is this good?
For starters, those who manufacture this product claim that “calcium aspartate anhydrous say it is better than coral calcium” and other calcium products. The problem comes into play when you start to ask for or look for evidence to back up this type of claim.
After much research, there is none. Zero.
Claims also include “that it works better to build bone density and thus lowers the risk of osteoporosis more effectively than other forms of calcium, and that it also works better than anything else for heel spurs, fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis.”
Upon further review, again, no research exists for such a statement.
Doc’s Recommendation: Avoid.
Still with what you know works such as those stated above such as calcium citrate or calcium lactate.
About the Author
David Orman is a Natural Medicine Expert, having treated 1000s of patients over a 25 year career. He is also a teacher, writer and lecturer. For more information, go to: www.hghplus.net