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Citracal Maximum Plus Calcium Citrate + D3, 280 Caplets

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Original price $31.18
Original price $31.18 - Original price $31.18
Original price $31.18
Current price $26.98
$26.98 - $26.98
Current price $26.98

Citracal Maximum Plus Calcium Citrate + D3, 280 Caplets

  • Calcium Citrate 650 mg. and Vitamin D 25 mcg
  • Promotes Good Bone Health
  • Contains Zinc, Copper and Manganese
  • Brand: Citracal
  • Quantity: 280 Capsules
  • Supplement Form: Capsule

Helps Promote Strong Bones* - Calcium citrate with essential micronutrients

Use Citracal® to Support Bone Health*
Although you may use many products in your health regimen, perhaps no single item is more important than calcium. That’s because it can help support bone health* and your active lifestyle from the inside out. Add Citracal Maximum Plus caplets as part of your well-balanced diet and exercise routine. Adequate calcium and vitamin D throughout life, as part of a well-balanced diet, may reduce the risk of osteoporosis.
Essential micronutrients to support bone health*
Contains zinc, copper and manganese
Easily absorbed
Gentle on your digestive system
Can be taken with or without food
For men and women

Key Features
Take 1 serving (2 caplets) twice daily with or without food
Vitamin D: 1000 IU per serving, 125% Daily Value
Calcium: 630 mg per serving, 63% Daily Value

 

The Importance of Vitamin D & Calcium


The Power of Vitamin D
Your body requires vitamin D to absorb calcium. There are 3 ways to get vitamin D: sunlight, food, and supplements. Because of the use of sunscreen as well as other factors, which limit your body’s ability to make the vitamin, many people rely on food and a vitamin D supplement to meet their dietary needs.

How Much Calcium to Take
The amount of calcium you require depends on your age and sex. Adults age 19 to 50 and men age 50 to 70 need 1,000 mg per day, while women age 51 and over and men over 70 need 1,200 mg per day.** To get the recommended calcium, make sure foods high in calcium are part of your diet.

**Source: Institute of Medicine

Some Natural Sources of Calcium
Calcium can be found in low-fat dairy products such as low-fat milk, yogurt, and cheeses, as well as in calcium-fortified orange juice. Food sources include vegetables such as collard greens, turnip greens, okra, and spinach. You can also get natural calcium from soybeans, almonds, and chickpeas.

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