Also indexed as:D-Glucarate, D-Glucaric Acid, Glucaric Acid
How to Use It
Manufacturers of calcium D-glucarate recommend a daily intake of 200 to 400 mg.
Where to Find It
Calcium D-glucarate is available in capsules and tablets. Foods high in glucaric acid (a form of calcium D-glucarate) include apples, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, and bean sprouts.1
Calcium D-glucarate is not an essential nutrient, and thus no deficiency state exists.
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