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Calcium/Magnesium (Aspartate Complex)

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  • Elemental mineral complex

  • Aspartate complex with calcium carbonate and magnesium oxide

  • Make the most of these elemental minerals

Swanson has many forms of mineral supplements to answer just about any need. But when you began asking for this specific combination of calcium and magnesium aspartate, we realized we better get to work. Now, we're pleased to answer your call with the precise formulation most commonly requested. If your doctor or healthcare provider has recommended the aspartate form of these minerals, this new formula is sure to fit the bill. Calcium and magnesium in aspartate form are bioavailable because aspartate acts as a mineral transporter, supporting the absorption potential to make the most of the elemental minerals provided. Try this aspartate complex with calcium carbonate and magnesium oxide today!

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Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 Tablet

  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Calcium (from calcium aspartate) 250 mg 25%
Magnesium (from magnesium aspartate) 125 mg 31%

Other ingredients: Stearic acid, microcrystalline cellulose (plant fiber), hydroxypropyl cellulose, croscarmellose sodium, magnesium stearate, food glaze.

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take one tablet two times per day with water. For maximum benefit, take two tablets two times per day.

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Swanson Premium Calcium/Magnesium (Aspartate Complex) Reviews

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Customer Ratings & Reviews

Calcium/Magnesium (Aspartate Complex) 1.6 5 7 8
Cheapened product I had not ordered this product for quite awhile. Good thing I noticed the current poor rating by reviewers. Definitely wouldn't order calcium carbonate -- and that may be the major form of calcium now! Swanson is using the highly respected "aspartate" name to market an inferior version of calcium. I wouldn't use this if they gave it away! Swanson, please bring back a true "calcium aparate with magnesium" and leave out the carbonate and oxide forms. Quality would be worth a higher price. March 18, 2014
Mislabeled Product I must agree with all the other reviewers concerning the lack of quality of this product. It has the same label as the previous pure form; but is a blend that may have very little aspartate form in it. It highly disturbs me that Swanson made the change, yet keeps the label the same in the face of all of the negative reviews. I have started to read all the Swanson labels more carefully and find myself shopping around more due to this one incident. November 20, 2012
MisLabeled It is wrong to call this a Aspartate Complex. It should be called a aspertate, oxide, carbonate complex. I am glad I found the error before reordering (former container indicated aspertate only) October 14, 2012
Preferred old version Liked the old product with aspartate salts only better. Aspartate is one of the best forms of magnesium and calcium. Carbonate+oxide are the worst. Don't understand why this product was changed. March 30, 2012
Old product was better Swanson used to offer this as calcium aspartate and magnesium aspartate only. That was my favourite supplement but they de-listed that and re-listed this one which contains magnesium oxide and calcium carbonate with the aspartate forms. I'm not hapy with this change. Magnesium oxide is the worst form of magnesium and calcium carbonate is the worst form of calcium. The supplement was perfect as it was before. It shouldn't have been changed. It isn't even stated on the label how much magnesium is from oxide and how much from aspartate, and how much calcium from aspartate and carbonate... March 30, 2012
Not an improvement Must agree with the other review. This formula does not seem to work as well as the previous and I don't see why the addition of calcium carbonate was needed. Disappointed. Apart from being unnecessary, calcium carbonate is just not a very useful form of the mineral. March 20, 2012
The old one was better The old formula with just aspartate was better. Why add carbonate and Oxide in it when the bioavailability is alot less? Bad move Swanson. March 10, 2012
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