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What Is Calcium? Answered By A Nutritional Therapist

The analytical process for the oxalate measurement in urine has been previously published . Organic acids have been extracted from a .1-ml aliquot of acidified urine and derivatized with N-methyl-tert-butyldimethylsilyltrifluoroacetamide. Samples were measured by gas chromatography–mass spectrometry. The ions m/z 261.three, 263.three, and 276.three were applied to quantify the unlabeled oxalic acid, the labeled oxalic acid, and the internal standard, [2-13C]malonic acid, respectively. How ever you get your calcium, whether or not from meals or supplements, we should be conscious that there are points that can interfere with our really hard function by depleting or blocking the calcium we consume....