Where can I purchase AlgaeCal?

Where can I purchase AlgaeCal?

Just go towww.amazon.com and search for “AlgaeCal Plus” or “Strontium Boost” and select the reseller you prefer. (Remember though, you get your best pricing and free shipping when you buy directly from us at www.AlgaeCal.com.)

Is algae good for osteoporosis?

Daily supplementation with algae-derived calcium may increase bone mineral density in healthy women with age-related bone loss, according to a long term study. The seven-year longitudinal study used the commercial AlgaeCal product that also contained magnesium, vitamins D3, K2, and C, strontium and boron.

What is the difference between AlgaeCal and AlgaeCal plus?

AlgaeCal Basic contains calcium, magnesium and trace minerals derived from algae with added vitamin D. The “Plus” in AlgaeCal Plus is additional vitamins such as Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2, that work synergistically to support calcium absorption and distribution to your bones.

Where can I buy algaecal basic in Canada?

Canada: A handful of stores across Canada carry a retail brand of AlgaeCal Basic. AlgaeCal Basic is recommended for those maintaining bone (as opposed to building bone) or for those who are taking blood thinners. But if you are suffering from osteoporosis and need to build bone density, AlgaeCal Plus is more suitable.

What do you need to know about algaecal calcium?

AlgaeCal is a calcium supplement produced by AlgaeCal Inc. that is made from red algae. AlgaeCal claims that their supplements slow bone loss, increase bone density, and are easily digestible.

What happens when you take algaecal Plus capsules?

But AlgaeCal Plus actually increases bone density – and if taken with Strontium Boost, the combination is even more effective at increasing bone density. How many AlgaeCal Plus capsules should I take and when should I take them?

Is there any clinical evidence to support algaecal?

Currently, there is no compelling clinical evidence to support AlgaeCal’s claims. Additionally, the studies of the effectiveness of AlgaeCal compared it to calcium carbonate and to calcium citrate alone.