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calcium acetate

[′kal·sē·əm ′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
Ca(C2H3O2)2 A compound that crystallizes as colorless needles that are soluble in water; formerly used as an important source of acetone and acetic acid; now used as a mordant and as a stabilizer of plastics.
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Research has also shown that several markers of bone resorption, or breakdown, decreased in the patients supplementing with calcium citrate. (21,22)
This study determined calcium contents and sensory attributes of all-purpose roasted and ground coffee fortified with calcium carbonate, calcium citrate malate, and calcium phosphate.
Study medication dosages with each meal were 30 mL Phoslyra (667 mg calcium acetate per 5 mL), six PhosLo Gelcaps (667 mg calcium acetate/Gelcap), and five-5 calcium citrate caplets (950 mg calcium citrate/caplet), resulting in a daily dose of 90 mL Phoslyra and 18 PhosLo Gelcaps.
"But if you take your calcium supplement with a meal, there's no significant difference between calcium carbonate and calcium citrate pills," notes Robert Recker, director of the Osteoporosis Research Center at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska.
The degree of bleeding was controlled when calcium compounds were added to the color paste: calcium chloride, calcium acetate, calcium hydroxide, calcium citrate, tricalcium phosphate and calcium lactate.
When she spoke with urologists who deal with human kidney stones, Bean learned that supplementing homemade food with calcium citrate neutralizes oxalates in urine, so she began giving it to her dogs with meals while avoiding all other mineral supplements.
In fact, I've been saying for years that we should be taking 500 mg of a well-absorbed calcium supplement, such as calcium citrate or amino acid chelate, along with 500 mg or more of magnesium.
* Gadocal+ is a formulation of calcium citrate for clear, acidic beverages such as blueberry juice or cranberry juice.
The Tufts researchers also studied 314 white, nondiabetic people randomized to supplementation with 500 mg calcium citrate plus 700 IU vitamin D or placebo for 3 years.
These are calcium citrate, magnesium citrate, and ferric chloride (up to 36 percent solution).
The two popular supplements are "calcium carbonate" and "calcium citrate." Read the labels for the amount of "elemental" calcium.

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