Vitamin D3 and Chelated Calcium
I can't drink milk products so I have to take calcium supplements. I also can't take just any calcium supplement because most of them upset my stomach. I have to take chelated calcium because it doesn't upset my stomach. I read that chelated calcium is absorbed better than calcium salts.
Here's my question.
I have not been able to find a chelated calcium supplement tablet that contains vitamin D. So my mind thanks that it is not necessary to take chelated calcium with another vitamin D3 supplement.
Should I take a vitamin D3 tablet each time I take the chelated calcium tablets? Because the last that I heard is that Vitamin D3
helps your body absorb calcium.
If this is true, why don't they ever include vitamin D with chelated calcium supplements? In regards to calcium absorbtion is it necessary to take vitamin D along with chelated calcium?