Patient Comments: Vitamins and Calcium Supplements - Calcium


How much calcium do you take daily? Do you try to supplement your diet with calcium? In what forms? Submit Your Comment

Comment from: HealthinfoBD, 19-24 Male (Caregiver) Published: July 11

Calcium is an important nutrient that we need to stay healthy. It's found in many different foods, and supplements are also available. The recommended daily intake of calcium for adults is 1,000 mg per day. This can be achieved by eating a variety of calcium-rich foods or by taking a supplement. The recommended upper limit for calcium is 2,500 mg.

Comment from: Arthritic, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: February 10

After 22 years of rheumatoid arthritis, 2 knee replacements and one hip and a femur fracture repair, and 2 kidney stone operations, I have stopped Adcal, a calcium supplement and will never have it again! All that time I was taking calcium under the impression I would not get osteoporosis, which I have, or a fracture which I did. My surgeon said my leg was like eggshell! I stopped calcium supplements a few months ago and my eye test last week had improved from just 1 year ago! Calcium hardens arteries, chance of cancer with calcium deposits in breasts, causes macular degeneration, and kidney stones.


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