There definitely are calcium supplements out there without the additional D. Just be aware that your body can only absorb so much at once, which is why most recommendations are to split your (supplementary) intake into two doses. In addition, your body doesn't utilize calcium well without a certain amount of D in your system at the same time.
For the healthy adult female, under age 50; the recommended intake is: 1000 milligrams calcium 5 micrograms (600 International Units) of vitamin D
The upper limit regarding safety is set at: 2500 milligrams for calcium 50 micrograms (6000 International Units) for vitamin D
Supplement intake is not something to "play around" with. Why not talk to your doctor, discuss your medical needs for these nutrients, obtain your intake amount from your diet and supplement use---for this should all be taken into account when determining the need for additional supplementation.
I'm currently taking a multivitamin but it doesn't have enough calcium and I'm considering taking an additional supplement. I need to know what is the maximum amount of calcium and vitamin D I can have daily.
Most of the calcium supplements I've seen have 1,200mg calcium and an addition 1,000mg of vitamin D in it, but my multivitamin also has 1,000mg of vitamin d3 and 250mg of calcium.and 1,200 calcium.
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