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  • Freeda Kosher Calcium Phosphate Powder 16 OZ.
  • Freeda Kosher Calcium Phosphate Powder 16 OZ.
  • Freeda Kosher Calcium Phosphate Powder 16 OZ.

Freeda

Freeda Kosher Calcium Phosphate Powder 16 OZ.

Freeda

Freeda Kosher Calcium Phosphate Powder 16 OZ.

AU$ 130.00 AU$ 78.00 Save: (40.0%)
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Calcium is an essential mineral. The body uses calcium for many important functions including building the structure of bone and teeth, the normal functioning of enzyme and hormone secretion, blood vessel contraction/expansion, and muscle contractions. The National Institute of Health estimates that many people consume less than half the amount of calcium they should for their body"s needs. Possible benefits of calcium being studied include the slowing of tooth decay and the reduction of some symptoms of PMS. Research indicates that calcium intake is important starting from a young age. It is currently thought that the more bone mass you have early on, the more delayed the bone loss is in later years. Research is also showing that for the body to utilize calcium to its full potential, it needs to have enough magnesium (usually in a ration of 2:1) and vitamin D. People with certain malabsorption problems may be at greater risk for low calcium levels.
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hmmm still trying itvery fine powder... almost like talc.no funny taste.very smooth on teeth.. almost feels like a protective coatingIm using in conjunction with the sensodyne toothpaste with novaminto rebuild my enamel. Its an experiment.will update with results if i have any. 4Great find for calcium phosphate powderGood brand and would definitely buy again. Use it as an ingredient in my natural homemade mouthwash rinses. 5Peter thanks you!Great product, I have read that many calcium supplements rob the body of phosphate. This product adds the phosphate so you are not robbing Peter to pay Paul 5Supplement facts changed & now uncertain what you are gettingThe label and supplemental facts for the Freeda Pure Calcium Phosphate Powder product have changed and, to me at least, they seem incorrect or, if not, at least inadequate. At the time of my purchase (8/14/2019) the listing of this item only had 1 seller image which was the front view of the bottle and that did not include the supplemental facts. So I had to rely on the customer images that prior customers had posted. I believe the latest customer image (before mine) which showed the supplemental facts was January 29, 2019 which was a lot which expires in June 2021. This shows a serving size of 2.8 grams (which is the same as 2800 mg). This also showed that the calcium phosphate in this case is dibasic calcium phosphate. And it shows that the 2.8 gram serving has 825 mg of calcium and 637 mg of phosphorus. However, it did not specify which form of dibasic calcium phosphate that it is for example, it could be anhydrous dibasic calcium phosphate, dibasic calcium phosphate dihydrate, or another form. However, we can deduce that it was the anhydrous dibasic calcium phosphate as follows. Anhydrous basic calcium phosphate is CaHPO4 and has a molecular weight of 136.057302 grams/mole. Calcium s molecular weight is 40.078 so calcium is 0.294567064103623 of anhydrous dibasic calcium phosphate. Phosphorus s molecular weight is 30.9737620 so phosphorus is 0.2276523313684406 of anhydrous dibasic calcium phosphate. Note that 825/2800 = 0.2946428571428571 and 637/2800 = 0.2275. So essentially such is essentially a perfect match for anhydrous dibasic calcium phosphate and I bought the product thinking mine would be this same product and I was happy knowing what the chemical was that I would be consuming and being confident in the amount of calcium and phosphorus I would be consuming. However, the product I received was different. See my customer images. The container is now different but that is not important (except that it makes it less surprising that there might be some type of change in the product otherwise as well). Note that serving size is now 5.44 grams (5440 mg). It indicates that there is 1414 mg of calcium per serving and 1088 mg of phosphorus per serving. It still indicates that the calcium phosphate in this case is dibasic calcium phosphate but again it does not specify which exact form. Of course one would assume that it is still anhydrous dibasic calcium phosphate since that is what they were using before and that they have merely increased the serving size. The problem is that 1414/5440 = 0.2599264705882353 and 1088/5440 = 0.2. This is no longer a match of anhydrous dibasic calcium phosphate. Perhaps they made a math mistake (or perhaps I made a math mistake if I am wrong I apologize and someone please comment on my comment and show the explanation and/or alternative math but even in that case it is still true that Freeda should have indicated which exact form of dibasic calcium phosphate that they are using) or perhaps they are using a different form such as dibasic calcium phosphate dihydrate. Of course, if they specified the form then we would not have to be speculating. The other problem is that dibasic calcium phosphate dihydrate is CaHPO4 2H2O aka CaH5O6P2 (same as the anhydrous except 2 water molecules are added). The molecular weight of dibasic calcium phosphate dihydrate is 172.09. 40.078/172.09 = 0.2328897669823929 and 30.9737620/172.09 = 0.1799858329943634. Therefore the amount of calcium and phosphorus per serving on the new Freeda label would not match dibasic calcium phosphate dihydrate either. In other words I do not have confidence in knowing what I am really consuming in this case. Note that, by contrast, and I am not at all endorsing their product because I have not significantly researched it nor have I tried it, another Amazon listed product, BulkSupplements Dicalcium Phosphate (DCP) Powder, shows in their supplemental information that their product is specifically dicalcium phosphate dihydrate (which is another name for dibasic calcium phosphate dihydrate). Their serving size is 2000 mg and they show that such supplies 466 mg of calcium and 360 mg of phosphorus. Note that 466/2000 = 0.233 and 360/2000 = 0.18. That is essentially an exact match for dibasic calcium phosphate dihydrate. My suggestion for the Freeda product is that Freeda discontinues its current label and instead produces a new label which has supplemental information which indicates the exact form of dibasic calcium phosphate that they are using and then make sure that the supplemental information s math is correct for the amount of calcium as well as for phosphorus per whatever serving size they elect to list. 1BEST CALCIUM -- Highly recommended...This is by far THE BEST calcium supplement I've ever tried. And I think I've tried every form -- lactate, citrate, gluconate, carbonate, etc. -- as either tablets, capsules, liquids, all with negative results.This mixes really easily into milk or other smoothies to boost calcium content, and can even be taken with just a little water. Not gritty at all. Plus no added and unnecessary ingredients, fillers, sweeteners or other potentially troublesome ingredients (like soybean oil, carrageenan, etc.) 5It worked! Tooth Sensitivity GoneI bought this powder for my husband I heard that brushing with Calcium Phosphate powder will re-mineralize your teeth. His teeth were becoming sensitive, and he was getting tiny cavities. I want to add that my husband is a flossing and brushing nut, so his dental care was not lacking. After one week of using this powder his teeth feel better. Sensitivity is gone! His next dental appointment will be the real test, and I will update at that time. 5Works great!Works great in Remineralizing Toothpaste!! I also put it in my kids yogurt and they can t tell! 5Great SupplementI use this supplement for my son on the Ketogenic diet. Great quality. 5Product Label PicturesUsed for re-calcification of teeth. Seems to be doing the trick. 5Nutritional ValuesI thought other potential customers may find this information helpful.Daily Values of Nutritional ContentServing Size: 1/2 teaspoon (2.8g)Servings Per Container: About 162Calcium (as dibasic calcium phosphate): 825mg = 83%Phophorus (as dibasic calcium phosphate) 637mg = 64%Otherwise, there's not much else to say about this kind of supplement. No negative factors come to mind, and the price seems fair, so I think I'll order from them again. If you're on the fence, I'd say go for it. 4
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