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2Rhealth wrote:Is calcium citrate ok when taken without aluminum supplements?
2Rhealth wrote: "Thus, calcium citrate given alone without aluminum-containing drugs does not pose a risk of aluminum toxicity in subjects with normal or functioning kidneys, when it is administered on an empty stomach at a recommended dose of 20 mmol calcium/day."
John McDougall wrote:Aluminum is in everyone's diet and more so in those who cook with aluminum pots and eat certain prepared foods.
The first sentence of the abstract is: "It is well known that Al absorption is markedly enhanced by citrate."
John McDougall, MD
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