Multivitamins interfere with calcium absorption?


Question from Sissy: Do some multivitamins interfere with the absorption of calcium?
Answers - Marisa Weiss, M.D. You need vitamin D in order to absorb calcium properly. There are all kinds of vitamin and calcium supplements that are available in one pill. In fact, many of the calcium supplements also include vitamin D. You may need to try various kinds of calcium supplements until you find one or several that you tolerate well.

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