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Liquid Calcium

All of the tissues in your body are produced with the help of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients from the foods that you eat. Nutrients are also needed to help your organs work properly each and every day. Some people require additional dietary support to help ensure that their bodies are well supplied with vital nutrients to keep them strong, active and feeling at their bests. If your doctor has recommended that you take a calcium supplement to complete your diet, Walgreens can help you find the perfect product in an easy-to-take form with numerous liquid calcium supplement options.

What Is Calcium?

Calcium is an essential mineral that is required by the body. In fact, there is more calcium stored in the average person's body than any other mineral, so much so that roughly two percent of one's body weight comes from calcium deposits alone. Over 99 percent of the calcium in your body is stored inside of your bones and is used to give your skeleton strength and keep the tissues dense and sturdy. Calcium is also needed to power blood clotting after an injury and for proper functioning of the nerves and the heart. The mineral is found in many foods including dairy products, broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables, dark leafy greens and some types of seafood.

Do I Need Calcium Supplements?

Although calcium is found in small quantities in many foods commonly eaten by Americans, many adults do not get enough of the mineral from their diets alone. Women who have gone through menopause, elderly individuals and those who consume large amounts of coffee and alcohol may be at risk for calcium deficiency. The problem is also common in people who are lactose intolerant, take corticosteroid medications or have certain digestive disorders. Without enough calcium, you may become at risk for a number of medical problems, including reduced bone mass and a condition known as osteoporosis in which holes form in the bones. Calcium supplements can help you make up for any deficiencies and promote bone strength and overall health.

Types of Calcium Liquid Supplements

Liquid calcium supplements are preferred by many men and women because they are very easy to take and do not require you to swallow any pills. Many of these supplements also supply a dose of vitamin D. This is due to the fact that the body cannot absorb calcium without the help of vitamin D. Using a combination vitamin D and calcium liquid can simplify supplementation and allow you to use fewer products during the day. Some liquid calcium supplements also contain magnesium, a mineral that plays an important role in bone health. Supplements may vary in the type of calcium that they contain with options including calcium citrate, calcium lactate and calcium citrate malate. Calcium supplements come in different strengths, indicated by the abbreviation mg. While all of these calcium forms can provide your body with the mineral, your doctor may advise you to use one type over another. If you think you don't get enough calcium in your diet, talk to your doctor. He or she can help you decide if a calcium supplement is right for you and discuss the possibility of interactions with your prescription medications.