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Nature’s Sea Calcium Powder

Nature’s Sea Calcium [Structural] is derived from Lithothamnium, a hard, brittle red algae that grows off the southwestern coast of Ireland. In these pure, mineral-rich waters, Lithothamnium congregates to form large beds of stone-like algae. The seaweed’s mineralized matrices naturally contain high concentrations of naturally occurring, plant-sourced calcium along with up to 70 other minerals, including magnesium, boron, copper and zinc. Lithothamnium provides a renewable source as the plant is left undisturbed.

Nature’s Sea Calcium naturally promotes bone health and density. And its high buffering capacity makes it ideal for supporting and maintaining normal range pH levels.

Nature’s Sea Calcium has a large surface area and a porous structure, which may increase its bioavailability. This formula contains a proprietary blend of short-chain fructo-oligosaccharides, which, when converted to short-chain fatty acids by beneficial flora in the body, have been shown to improve calcium absorption.
Product: Nature’s Sea Calcium Powder
Brand: Nature's Sunshine (More Products)
Size: 75 grams
Dosage: Mix 2 level scoops in 8 oz liquid
Retail: $34.40
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1 Customer Reviews

Other than drinking, I use this in my cooking
by TC

I was curious to try this product, because I don't normally see calcium in a powder form. I usually take calcium supplements, but decided to give this a try. The instructions stated to mix 2 scoops with 8oz of liquid. I mixed it with room temperature water to try, and the taste, to my surprise, is rather pleasant. There wasn't a very nasty after taste. However, I find that the powder does not completly dissolve in the liquid, and I always find a clump of powder at the bottom of my glass.

So, I found an alternative way to use the powder. I sprinkle a spoonful on top of my stir fry, rice and also when I bake my muffins. You cannot taste the powder at all. And I feel good that I'm taking in extra calcium too.