calcium lactate

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a white crystalline salt made by the action of lactic acid on calcium carbonate

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Impregnating the blueberries with a 4% and 6% calcium lactate solution for 15 minutes under vacuum conditions and for 15 minutes under atmospheric conditions produced the best results in terms of textural quality.
Calcium lactate however, appeared to be the most suitable compound as its application as main healing agent ingredient resulted in even enhanced concrete compressive strength values.
Initially, six calcium salts, tricalcium phosphate, monocalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, calcium lactate, calcium citrate malate, and Calci K[R], were added to coffee, and the beverages were prepared with paper filters.
Listed first are the "leavening agents": sodium aluminum phosphate, mono-calcium phosphate, sodium acid pyrophosphate, and calcium lactate.
It has recently been suggested by the manufacturer, Muscle Sentry, LLC of Cleveland, OH, that a single dosage of a calcium lactate, magnesium lactate, and zinc oxide ergogenic aid known as Muscle Sentry (MS) will improve cardiovascular performance and prevent muscle trauma in athletes.
NutraCal is based on highly bioavailable calcium gluconate and calcium lactate salts, and is highly soluble in both cold and hot water.
If you are truly worried, look up these ingredients: sodium aluminum phosphate; mono-calcium phosphate, sodium acid pyrophosphate, and calcium lactate.
Other forms of calcium used in fortification include calcium citrate, calcium gluconate and calcium lactate.
Fig Newtons also contain partially hydrogenated soybean oil, calcium lactate, malic acid and soy lecithin.
A GP Dr Shirley Bond, who specialises in women's health, says: "Most people tolerate calcium lactate found in milk.
Calcium citrate, calcium lactate, calcium gluconate, and calcium phosphates are less commonly used as supplements in children (see Table 5).