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Calcium supplement to aid bone repair

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2009/07/20 00:16:08 (permalink)

Calcium supplement to aid bone repair

OK,

After a little bit of help from those in the know to aid me on the road to recovery. Got on the wrong side of a group of chavvy scumbags on a train last night after trying to help out some lady who was copping a load of drunken abuse.

In a nutshell I now look like I've been hit by a bus and have a plastercast up to my shoulder for my troubles. Best part is I'm getting married in less than 2 weeks and am due to go away on honeymoon the day after, great timing!

Anyway I'm thinking about calcium suppliments ontop of my regular diet in order to help the bone to heal itself. Does anyone have any knowledge of which calcium supp type would be most suitable for this?

Also helpful would be a cheap place to buy from as money is tight at the mo.

Cheers for any help guys
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    1ManRiot
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    Re:Calcium supplement to aid bone repair 2009/07/20 02:13:36 (permalink)
    Shouldn't be necessary if you eat dairy already.

    Kudos to you mate- gutted for you so close to wedding. Some prize d'ckheads about.

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    theiopener
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    Re:Calcium supplement to aid bone repair 2009/07/20 14:40:15 (permalink)
    Sorry to hear of your troubles mate. Good on you though!

    Anyway. Calcium.

    I use powder. Just plain old calcium carbonate, 2g daily. You can get it from pet shops as they usually sell it as calcium dust for reptiles. Its just plain powder that hasnt been pressed into tabs or capped. Its pretty tasteless and i cant notice anything.

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    martink
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    Re:Calcium supplement to aid bone repair 2009/07/20 15:30:37 (permalink)
    i dont know if this stuff will help at all? maybe thai can comment:

    http://www.bodybuilding...ort---150-caps-958-p.asp
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    JagerMaster
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    Re:Calcium supplement to aid bone repair 2009/07/20 23:32:22 (permalink)
    Cheers for the suggestions,

    The reason i'm after a calcium supp in this case is that my dairy intake is not massive, i'm going to try and work a bit more milk, cheese & yoghurt into my diet but reckon it would probably be worth cutting whilst i'm unable to train therefore i'll want to reduce fat intake if possible.

    Money is definitely the biggest constraint for me so the calcium powder is looking good!

    Thanks guys
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