Calcium Lactate Powder

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What is Calcium Lactate?

Calcium is an essential mineral that the human body cannot produce on its own that helps fortify the bones & teeth. Because the human body cannot produce calcium, it's necessary to acquire it through diet. Calcium lactate is a natural form of calcium commonly found in cheese.


Calcium fortifies the bones and teeth and may help maintain healthy blood pressure. It may also help support healthy hormone levels. In addition to its use as a calcium supplement, calcium lactate can protect against food spoilage by preventing rapid growth of bacteria in meats & produce and is commonly used as an additive to fresh fruits and vegetables to increase their shelf life

  • Supports bone health
  • Fortifies the teeth
  • May help maintain healthy blood pressure
  • May help support healthy hormone levels
  • Helps support healthy digestion
  • Acts as a natural preservative for meats & produce
  • Supports overall health and well-being

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving size: 4100 milligrams
Serving per container: *
Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value**
Total Carbohydrates... 3.6 g 1%
Calcium (as Calcium L-Lactate)... 510 mg 51%
* Daily Value not established.
** Based on 2,000 calorie diet


Sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, gluten or additives

As a dietary supplement, take 4100 mg once or twice daily, preferably with meals, or as directed by a physician.

US Standard Measuring Spoons
Spoon Size(level) milligrams
1/4 teaspoon 820
1/2 teaspoon 1641
1 teaspoon 3283
Serving Size & Timing

It is recommended that adult patients should take an oral dose of 4100 mg per day on a full stomach, or as otherwise directed by a physician. If directed to take more than 600 mg daily, we recommend spacing this dose between meals.


Calcium Lactate is an odorless and tasteless white, crystalline powder that is soluble in water. It is insoluble in alcohol, chloroform, and ether.


There have been no recorded side effects with the use of Calcium Lactate, but a person can experience a serious allergic reaction to the supplement. Symptoms may include difficulty breathing, dizziness or life-threatening allergic reactions such as swelling and rashes that occur in the throat or face. Mild reactions to the chemical compound can happen such as nausea, vomiting, headache, loss of appetite, mood swings, tiredness, muscle weakness, and muscle pain.


There is no guarantee of specific results and results can vary.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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Shaken, not stirred!

As I still have a little from the last order, I haven't opened this one yet, but I assume it will be the same. I found stirring it doesn't work nearly as well as shaking it.

Mary J.

Thank goodness you were there

Because of thyroid/para thyroid removal surgery I have been having calcium absorption issues. I had tried several supplements with calcium lactate which I had learned was absorbed easier. The supplement that worked best was in capsule form and loose powder no fillers or other ingredients, The company that made that supplement stopped making it . . I decided to try bulk supplements calcium lactate and have had great results. (BTW the empty capsules and especially the capsule machine are genius). Thank you for a cost effective alternative that works!

Hans H.

Best Way to Supplement Calcium

Calcium supplementation presents a real challenge as the most popular (and least expensive) form of calcium, calcium carbonate, is the least bio-available due to the fact that many people, especially the elderly (I'm 90) have insufficient stomach acid to dissolve it. My research shows me that calcium lactate is the best form of calcium in respect to bio-availability and economy, and BulkSupplements fills the bill perfectly, especially if purchased in 1 kg lots. I am a permanent customer!


Best way to get calcium

I read about calcium lactate as a sleep aid, or for relaxing, and for it being easy to absorb. The problem was finding it. One of the bigger drug store chains used to carry an expensive supplement that contained it, but they don't have it any more. One of the health food supermarkets used to have it in capsules in a bargain brand, but also no longer carries it. I bought a liquid calcium supplement that had calcium lactate as one of the ingredients, but it was very expensive and had too many added sweeteners. Much better to go with Quite a bit cheaper than any capsules or liquid, and with fast delivery. Mixes easily in water, with no particular taste. I like to add a smaller amount of magnesium orotate, which also mixes well and absorbs easily, also from BulkSupplements. I take a separate vitamin D supplement as well. A good combination, and I like being able to control the amount of calcium in the mix, maybe a little extra at bedtime - it really works.


Remineralizing Toothpaste

I read that regular toothpaste actually de-mineralizes tooth enamel, so I started making my own toothpaste. I use 3 parts calcium lactate, 1 1/2 parts magnesium gluconate, 2 parts baking soda, 2 parts xylitol (blended into powder so it dissolves), 4 parts coconut oil and then the essential oils. I vary these among peppermint, clove, tea tree oil and bitter orange. I always use clove and tea tree for the health benefits. I am really pleased with all of the products I have received from Bulk Supplements.

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