Multi Mineral with Boron & Vitamin D No Iron300 Tablets Item #: VS-1689 / 1545847
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the Vitamin Shoppe Multi Mineral with Boron & Vitamin D No Iron 300 Tablets
- Formulated with essential trace minerals
- Supports Bones and Teeth
As a dietary supplement, take three (3) tablets daily, preferably with meals.
Consult your healthcare provider prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medication or have any medical conditions. Keep out of reach of children.
Does Not Contain:
Yeast, Dairy, Citrus, Fish, Nuts, Artificial Colors or Flavors.
Multi Mineral with Boron & Vitamin D No Iron Supplement Facts
Michocrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, croscarmellose sodium, magnesium stearate, purfied water, methylcellulose, and polyethylene glycol. Contains Soy and Wheat.
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Comments about Vitamin Shoppe Multi Mineral With Boron & Vitamin D - 300 Tablets:
I had cancer and also tons of cramps in my legs and back. I started using this product and all cramping and muscle spasms went away, plus every week when I got my blood work done for chemo they would comment how good my blood was for someone with cancer! I have been cancer free now, but continue to take this wonderful supplement.
dear Chris S.,
First, make sure you are getting adequate vitamin D or the calcium won't be beneficial. (Possibly more than comes in this calcium formulation, altho it is very good.) Beyond that there are many factors to consider. After formulation & absorption rates, the two which I consider most important are:
" >Calcium is absorbed better when taken through-out the day. It should be taken at least twice a day.
>Possibly calcium taken at bedtime can stop bone loss that occurs at night, so one dose of the calcium should be taken late in the day."
This information comes from an excellent article covering all aspects of the effects of calcium in relation to bone physiology by Susan Ott, MD (last updated December 27, 2011) at:
http://courses.washington.edu/bonephys/opcalcium.html May 6, 2013
I definitely don't want to live without this supplement. If you're a larger person I'm sure three tablets a day spread out would be perfect! May 7, 2013