Calcium Citrate with Vitamin D from Webber Naturals provides a highly absorbable form of calcium for building and maintaining healthy bones and teeth. Vitamin D is needed for the effective absorption of calcium and phosphorus, and is often recommended alongside calcium supplementation.(1)When combined with sufficient vitamin D, a healthy diet, and regular exercise, calcium intake may reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis.(2)(3) Calcium plays a vital role throughout the body. When dietary calcium absorption is insufficient, the body draws the calcium stored in its bones to keep blood calcium levels in balance.(4) Over time, this can lead to weak bones.(4)One tablet provides 300 mg of calcium citrate and 200 IU of vitamin D3 to be taken 2–4 times daily. This formula is ideal for people who lack sun exposure or have low stomach acid, and are concerned about maintaining strong bones.Features and Benefits:High absorption calcium citrateGentle on stomachVegetarian friendlyNo artificial colours, preservatives, or sweetenersSugar freeDairy freeGluten freeNo yeast, no wheat, soy, eggNo fish or shellfishNo saltNo tree nutsNo GMOsNPN 80003662Dosage:Recommended dosage (adults): 2–4 tablets daily, a few hours before or after taking other medications, or as directed by a physicianKeep out of reach of childrenServings: 175–350 days depending on dosageCautions or Warnings:Take a few hours before or after taking other medicationsKeep out of reach of childrenFor adult use onlyStorage:For product freshness protect from heat and humidityReferences:1. Shapes S, Sukumar D, Schneider S. et al. Vitamin D supplementation and calcium absorption during caloric restriction: a randomized double-blind trial. Am J Clin Nutr. 2013; 97(3):637-45.2. Tang B, Eslick G, Nowson C. et al. Use of calcium or calcium in combination with vitamin D supplementation to prevent fractures and bone loss in people aged 50 years and older: a meta-analysis. Lancet. 2007; 370(9588):657-66.3. Prentice R, Pettinger M, Jackson R, et al. Health risks and benefits from calcium and vitamin D supplementation: Women’s Health Initiative clinical trial and cohort study. Osteoporos Int. 2013; 24(2):567-80.4. Xiong J, Piemontese M, Thostenson J, et al. Osteocyte-derived RANKL is a critical mediator of the increased bone resorption caused by dietary calcium deficiency. Bone. 2014; 66:146-154.