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DiCalcium malate scores highest in bioavailability study.

A recent study, titled "Comparison of Calcium Absorption from Various Calcium-Containing Products in Healthy Human Adults: A Bioavailability Study," compared the absorption rates of four different forms of calcium: an amino acid chelate, a buffered chelate, calcium carbonate, and dicalcium malate from Albion Advanced Nutrition. Researchers found that the dicalcium malate was the most bioavailable of the four calcium forms in the study, and had a longer half-life as well. In light of these findings, another clinical study is underway to further evaluate the advantage potential for dicalcium malate.

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Title Annotation:RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS; advantage potential for dicalcium malate
Publication:Nutraceuticals World
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Sep 1, 2006
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