How does it work
Advantages of soluble Calcium delivery system:

Passive diffusion sites located in later part of the small intestine absorb maximum amounts of Calcium in alkaline pH. Soluble Chelated Calcium present in TOTALLY CALCIUM® remains soluble in alkaline pH.
All other inorganic Calcium salts like Carbonate, Phosphate, etc. are not soluble in alkaline pH.
Absorption of Calcium at Passive diffusion sites does not depend on presence of Vitamin D, hormone, stomach acid, dosage level, and age.
Ingredients of TOTALLY CALCIUM® create a favorable environment in intestine for growth of probiotic bacteria. Probiotic bacteria prevent Phytic acid to bind with Calcium in the intestine. Calcium bound with Phytic acid is not available to body.


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