Do you use bone meal, oyster shell or dolomite as natural sources of calcium?
While bone meal contains absorbable forms of calcium, bone meal also contains high amounts of lead and phosphorous. Notwithstanding the dangers of lead, supplemental phosphorous is unnecessary, since the average American diet contains high amounts of phosphorous.
Oyster shell contains calcium carbonate which contains a highly concentrated amount of calcium. However, oyster shell also contains high amounts of lead.
Dolomite contains calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate. Unfortunately, magnesium carbonate is not a very bioavailable form of magnesium.
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How many ANR Multiple Forty+ capsules should I take each day?
The answer is dependent on your diet, lifestyle (i.e. competitive or active athlete), medical conditions, and other factors. For healthy individuals, the excess water soluble vitamins (B's and C's) are excreted and cause no harm in high dosages. The fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, and E) could be harmful at dosages greater than five capsules daily. The following explains why: