Our expert says:
If you do eat a healthy balanced diet then it is not really necessary to take all these supplements. The latest research into the link between the use of calcium supplements indicates that you need to take calcium supplements which contain both vitamin D (as you already do) and vitamin K2 (e.g. products like MenaCal.7). However if you have 3 cups of low-fat milk or yoghurt a day plus plenty of leafy green vegetables like broccoli and also spend about 20 min a day in the sun so that you body can make its own vit D, then you would not need to take a calcium supplement. I would rather try to obtain my nutrients from natural foods and I would certainly reduce my intake of all these supplements.
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