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Created On 5/25/16 7:00 PM
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mentch
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Dear Dr. Price,

I was wondering if you could help me with a supplement question
Could you please review the following supplements for me and let me know which ones you mostly recommend
All the formulas have coral calcium but some of them have other ingredients as well


https://www.forbalance.com/?s=pishti&submit=

http://www.ayurveda-products.eu/food-supplements/for-women/calcio-care.html

https://www.prohealth.com/shop/product.cfm/product__code/PH174

I will greatly appreciate it
Sincerely,
Ben



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I clicked the link but could not compare the products by their ingredients. Perhaps there is a better link?

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Rabbi Price, M.D.
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Sorry here is the info

This is my first choice

Praval Pishti 60 tablets (Calcium deficiency) made of coral calcium processed with rose water supposed to be better absorbed that regular coral calcium
Praval pishti contains important ingredients like calcium, magnesium and iron. The remedy can be used against excessive slime and acid formation, is astringent, nerve tonic, suppresses mild inflamations and is cooling.

2nd choice

33% herbal extact (heart-leaved moonseed, bitter gooseberry), coral (Corallium rubrum), starch of cornflour (glutenfree), lubricants (talc, magnesium salts of fatty acids).

both one and two are similar except that number one is used as a medication for acidity by ayurveda
Both made in India except that number two could be better tested for purity

third choice
Vitamin D (as Ergocalciferol - a vegetarian source) 400 IU 100%

Calcium (from Fossilized Coral Calcium) 500 mg 50%

Magnesium (from Magnesium Oxide, Citrate, and Aspartate) 250 mg 63%

Fossilized Coral Calcium 1.43 g (1,430 mg) *

*Daily value not established


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First choice looks good. Let me know how you make out.

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Hi Dr Price,

I tried ordering the prohealth coral calcium because it seemed chipper
Do you think it is ok to take on a sensitive stomach

Please let me know what you think
Sincerely,
Ben


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