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Opinions Please, Calcium Magnesium Vitamin D Supplement

 
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Opinions Please, Calcium Magnesium Vitamin D Supplement
What do you guys think of this supplement? Would you buy it or not?

[link to antiagingguide.com]
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Re: Opinions Please, Calcium Magnesium Vitamin D Supplement
"Solonova Liqui-Calcium Supplement Ingredients"

"Other ingredients in Liqui-Calcium: Soybean oil, gelatin, purified water, soy lecithin, evening primrose oil, glycerin, silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, corn oil and gum arabic. Contains soy." [link to antiagingguide.com]


No I would not buy this product. Due to these additional ingredients, and the fact that they do not break down the percentages of the calcium or magnesium by the various types. Magnesium Oxide is very difficult to absorb but very cheap and so if you have 75% of Magnesium Oxide, and the rest is the other types of magesium it seems you're buying a top notch product with the best ingredients, but at what percentage? Same thing with your calcium.

You do NOT need all that soy! Nor do you need "titanium dioxide."

Also this is not a great way to get your Vitamin D. This type usually goes rancid and leaves a bad taste in your mouth. Check out this site and the info and products this lady has to offer. She is a RN who specializes in this very thing!

[link to www.easy-immune-health.com]

Hope this helps a little! hf
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"Solonova Liqui-Calcium Supplement Ingredients"

"Other ingredients in Liqui-Calcium: Soybean oil, gelatin, purified water, soy lecithin, evening primrose oil, glycerin, silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, corn oil and gum arabic. Contains soy." [link to antiagingguide.com]


No I would not buy this product. Due to these additional ingredients, and the fact that they do not break down the percentages of the calcium or magnesium by the various types. Magnesium Oxide is very difficult to absorb but very cheap and so if you have 75% of Magnesium Oxide, and the rest is the other types of magesium it seems you're buying a top notch product with the best ingredients, but at what percentage? Same thing with your calcium.

You do NOT need all that soy! Nor do you need "titanium dioxide."

Also this is not a great way to get your Vitamin D. This type usually goes rancid and leaves a bad taste in your mouth. Check out this site and the info and products this lady has to offer. She is a RN who specializes in this very thing!

[link to www.easy-immune-health.com]

Hope this helps a little! hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1260438


Meant to add, (and sorry I was nli before), here's a great website with tons of great information about natural denistry which is really great:

[link to www.mizar5.com]
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02/10/2011 08:20 PM
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Re: Opinions Please, Calcium Magnesium Vitamin D Supplement
Another site for Vitamin D info - [link to www.RhNegativeRegistry.com]
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Re: Opinions Please, Calcium Magnesium Vitamin D Supplement
"Solonova Liqui-Calcium Supplement Ingredients"

"Other ingredients in Liqui-Calcium: Soybean oil, gelatin, purified water, soy lecithin, evening primrose oil, glycerin, silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, corn oil and gum arabic. Contains soy." [link to antiagingguide.com]


No I would not buy this product. Due to these additional ingredients, and the fact that they do not break down the percentages of the calcium or magnesium by the various types. Magnesium Oxide is very difficult to absorb but very cheap and so if you have 75% of Magnesium Oxide, and the rest is the other types of magesium it seems you're buying a top notch product with the best ingredients, but at what percentage? Same thing with your calcium.

You do NOT need all that soy! Nor do you need "titanium dioxide."

Also this is not a great way to get your Vitamin D. This type usually goes rancid and leaves a bad taste in your mouth. Check out this site and the info and products this lady has to offer. She is a RN who specializes in this very thing!

[link to www.easy-immune-health.com]

Hope this helps a little! hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1260438


Thank you. How about this product?
[link to www.jigsawhealth.com]

The only thing about this product is that it only has 50% of the daily calcium in it. I guess I could just supplement the calcium with an additional calcium (citrate?) supplement.
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Re: Opinions Please, Calcium Magnesium Vitamin D Supplement
You are wasting your $$ if you do not take magnesium along with the calcium.
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"Solonova Liqui-Calcium Supplement Ingredients"

"Other ingredients in Liqui-Calcium: Soybean oil, gelatin, purified water, soy lecithin, evening primrose oil, glycerin, silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, corn oil and gum arabic. Contains soy." [link to antiagingguide.com]


No I would not buy this product. Due to these additional ingredients, and the fact that they do not break down the percentages of the calcium or magnesium by the various types. Magnesium Oxide is very difficult to absorb but very cheap and so if you have 75% of Magnesium Oxide, and the rest is the other types of magesium it seems you're buying a top notch product with the best ingredients, but at what percentage? Same thing with your calcium.

You do NOT need all that soy! Nor do you need "titanium dioxide."

Also this is not a great way to get your Vitamin D. This type usually goes rancid and leaves a bad taste in your mouth. Check out this site and the info and products this lady has to offer. She is a RN who specializes in this very thing!

[link to www.easy-immune-health.com]

Hope this helps a little! hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1260438


Thank you. How about this product?
[link to www.jigsawhealth.com]

The only thing about this product is that it only has 50% of the daily calcium in it. I guess I could just supplement the calcium with an additional calcium (citrate?) supplement.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 252372


This product is a good product. It is 1000 mg of chelated calcium which is excellent! You shouldn't need more than that; the magnesium is chelated too, which is also the best type beside liquid.

I'd buy it. It looks a lot like a product I worked with; I used to work for the oldest natural products private label company. That and my certification in nutrition through the British Homeopathy Institute taught me about supplements.
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Re: Opinions Please, Calcium Magnesium Vitamin D Supplement
There's plenty of calcium and magnesium in vegetables (not french fried). Vit D can be a problem to come by.
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What do you guys think of this supplement? Would you buy it or not?

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 252372


Fine, but what about the other 68 vitamins and minerals your body needs?
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Re: Opinions Please, Calcium Magnesium Vitamin D Supplement
Not a really good one. Not enough vitamin D. Too much calcium.

[link to www.purityproducts.com]

We really need a lot more vitamin D. When we take that much vitamin D, calcium absorption is greatly enhanced so calcium supplement is not needed. Get some from dairy based drink or food which is plenty.
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Re: Opinions Please, Calcium Magnesium Vitamin D Supplement
What do you guys think of this supplement? Would you buy it or not?

[link to antiagingguide.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 252372


Fine, but what about the other 68 vitamins and minerals your body needs?
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Magnesium and vitamin D are probably the hardest to get enough these days. Vitamin D deficiency is widespread now thanks to gov't telling us to stay out of sun and use sunblock lotion all the time to avoid skin cancer which turns out to be opposite. Go figure.

We used to get magnesium in drinking water but I guess they are largely filtered out.
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Re: Opinions Please, Calcium Magnesium Vitamin D Supplement
[link to www.krispin.com] - for more info on magnesium

for vitamin D - [link to www.vitamindcouncil.org]
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Re: Opinions Please, Calcium Magnesium Vitamin D Supplement
Thanks, everyone, for your reply. I think I've decided on one of the Jigsaw products.
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02/10/2011 10:03 PM
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Re: Opinions Please, Calcium Magnesium Vitamin D Supplement
Their sell line is GREAT, and probably correct in the relationship of the different elements and vitamin D.

Stopped SHORT when I say they had NO SUGAR in it, bu8t SUBSTITUTED Aspartate instead.

WHY do they have to RUIN a perfectly good formulation, with this mind wrecker ? Just so they can put 'No sugar' in the labeling ??

FOOLS ! But, they may save a penny or two from adding sugar, LOL !

SAD. REALLY sad what the marketing genius of people will do to SCREW up a perfectly good idea/formula just to add two cents profit per bottle. BUT, they WILL get away with it, as the average SEVENTH GRADE intelligence level of the fools that buy it will not even figure it out in their wheelchair at the nursing home. BUT, they may have GREAT BONE DENSITY Eagle





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