Calcium L-Ascorbate

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    Calcium L-Ascorbate is a factor in the normal development and maintenance of bones, cartilage, teeth and gums. Calcium L-Ascorbate is another name for vitamin C (ascorbic acid) which has been buffered by a specific quantity of the mineral calcium. Combining ascorbic acid with calcium produces a supplement that is less acidic and therefore easier on the digestive tract. This allows for the use of higher doses without side effects such as diarrhea, rashes and stomach aches that may occur in sensitive individuals taking pure vitamin C. Powdered form so it is easy to add to smoothies.
    Who Benefits from Calcium Ascorbate? Individuals with bleeding gums or frequent colds and infections may not be getting enough vitamin C to suit their needs. Physical and mental stressors, such as inadequate sleep, excessive or intensive exercise, smoking, alcohol consumption, and a diet low in fresh fruits and vegetables will increase daily requirements. Oral contraceptive users as well as pre and post surgery patients may maintain vitamin C status with supplementation.


    NPN 80003537 (Powder), 80003539 (Capsules)


    Medicinal ingredients - Each vegetarian capsule contains:

    Vitamin C (Calcium Ascorbate)
     808 mg (NPN reads 689 mg)
    Calcium
    42 mg

    Non-medicinal ingredients: hypromellose, gellan gum, potassium acetate.


    Medicinal ingredients - Per teaspoon of powder:

    Vitamin C
    4100 mg
    Calcium
    470 mg


    Capsules: Take orally 1-2 vegetarian capsules daily, or as directed by a health practitioner.


    Powder: Take orally up to teaspoon daily, or as directed by a health practitioner.


    Caution: If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult a health practitioner before using this product.


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