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1.AlgaeCal Vitamin D Supplements Review (Including Calcium, Vitamin K, Magnesium)
2.AlgaeCal Vitamin K Supplements (Including Calcium and Vitamin D)
3.AlgaeCal Calcium Supplements (Including Vitamin D, Vitamin K, and Magnesium)
4.AlgaeCal Magnesium and Calcium-Magnesium Supplements Review


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1.Are plant-based calcium supplements, like AlgaeCal, better than regular calcium supplements? 
2.Is it safer to get calcium from foods than from supplements? How about from calcium-fortified orange juice and non-dairy milks? 
3.Does taking one slow-release calcium tablet of 600 mg (such as Citracal) per day pose a risk for heart disease? 
4.I've read of dangers from taking calcium supplements -- such as the risk of developing arterial calcifications. I can't seem to find a multivitamin without calcium. Can you help me? 
5.I'm a vegan but my doctor wants me to take fish oil with EPA and DHA. Is there something I can take that would be as good as fish oil capsules but would satisfy the needs of a vegan? 


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2017 06/21/2017Which Magnesium Is Best? ConsumerLab.com Tests Popular Brands and Reveals Its Top Pick
 06/01/2017Best Vitamin K Supplement? ConsumerLab.com Tests Popular Products and Reveals Its Top Picks
 05/26/2017ConsumerLab.com Tests Reveal the Best Calcium Supplements
 05/17/2017Best Vitamin D? ConsumerLab.com Tests Popular Vitamin D Supplements and Reveals Its Top Picks
2011 04/26/2011Problems discovered with eight vitamin D supplements in study by ConsumerLab.com -- Incorrect amounts of vitamins, lead contamination, and labeling infractions identified.