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Calcium Glycerophosphate Properties:
- CAS Number: 27214-00-2
- Name: Glycerol phosphate calcium salt
- Molecular Weight: 210.14
- Synonyms: 1,2,3-Propanetriol, mono(dihydrogen phosphate), calcium salt (1:1); calcium 2-phosphonatooxypropane-1,3-diol;Calcium glycerophosphate (TN);1,2,3-Propanetriol,esters,mono(dihydrogen phosphate),calcium salt (1:1);Calcium glycerophosphate (JAN);Calcium Glycerophosphate [USAN:JAN];Glycerol, mono(dihydrogen phosphate)
- EINECS: 248-328-5
- Boiling Point: 485.5 C at 760 mmHg
- Flash Point: 247.4 C
- Appearance: White powder
Introduction of product:
Calcium glycerophosphate is a compound derived from glycerophosphoric acid and forms a white, slightly hygroscopic powder. Calcium glycerophosphate stimulates plaque-pH buffering, plaque calcium and phosphate elevation, and direct interaction with dental mineral 2.
How does it work:
Calcium glycerophosphate counteracts the effects of titratable acids in foods and can reduce the occurrence of IC symptoms when bladder irritants are ingested.
Applications Or where it is used:
Calcium glycerophosphate is an ingredient in dental products that helps prevent dental caries as well as treat low levels of calcium or phosphate. A white, fine, slightly hygroscopic powder is Calcium glycerophosphate, a salt of the inorganic phosphoric acid glycerophosphoric acid.
Calcium glycerophosphate is considered an FDA-recognized safe (GRAS) food ingredient which is used as a source of calcium (source of phosphorus) and in food products such as gelatin, puddings, and fillings. Due to its cariostatic properties, it is found in dental and oral hygiene products as well.
Dosage of usage:
1) For preventing low calcium levels: One to two grams of elemental calcium should be taken every day. It is sometimes taken with 800 IU of vitamin D.
2) For heartburn: Calcium carbonate in quantities of 0.5 to 1.5 grams is used as needed.
3) To reduce phosphates in adults with chronic renal failure: One to six grams of calcium carbonate or calcium acetate per day has been used. You take the daily dose at different times during the day, between meals.
4) For preventing weak bones (osteoporosis) caused by corticosteroid use: One-half to one gram of elemental calcium divided into daily doses.
5) For reducing parathyroid hormone levels (hyperparathyroidism): The calcium in this salt is typically between 1.2 and 4 grams. Usually, it is used in conjunction with a low-phosphate diet or 800 international units of vitamin D.
6) For prevention of weak bones (osteoporosis): A daily calcium intake of 1000-1200 mg is recommended by most experts to prevent osteoporosis.
7) For premenstrual syndrome (PMS): 1-1.3 grams per day.
8) For preventing colorectal cancer and recurrent colorectal benign tumors (adenomas): Up to 2 grams/day.
9) For high cholesterol: Using 1200 mg daily or vitamin D along with a low-fat or calorie-restricted diet will produce the best results.
10) For preventing high blood pressure during pregnancy (pre-eclampsia): 1-2 grams elemental calcium on regular basis as calcium carbonate.
11) For preventing colorectal cancer and recurrent colorectal benign tumors (adenomas): Calcium 1200-1600 mg/day.
12) For high cholesterol: 1200 mg daily with or without vitamin D 400 IU daily has been used in conjunction with a low-fat or calorie-restricted diet.
13) For high blood pressure: Up to 0.4-2 grams daily for up to 4 years.
14) For preventing high blood pressure during pregnancy (pre-eclampsia): Calcium carbonate 1-2 g daily as elemental calcium.
15) For preventing tooth loss in elderly people: Take 500 mg of calcium with 700 IU of vitamin D every day for three years.
16) For weight loss: Typically, 800-1200 mg of calcium/day accompanied by a calorie-restricted diet are used. Calcium can be taken in conjunction with 400 IU of vitamin D.
In general, calcium is VERY SAFE for most people, whether it is taken by mouth or given intravenously (by IV). Belching or gas are some of the side effects of calcium. The consumption of calcium by mouth at high doses is potentially hazardous for adults as well as children. Calcium should not be taken in excess.
Warnings and precautions while using this product:
1) Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Calcium consumption during pregnancy and breastfeeding is LIKELY SAFE. We do not have enough information to assess the safety of intravenous (IV) calcium use during pregnancy.
2) Poor kidney function: In people with poor kidney function, calcium supplementation can result in too much calcium in their blood.
3) Smoking: In smokers, less calcium is absorbed from the stomach.
4) Stroke: Researchers suggest that taking calcium supplements for 5 years or longer after a stroke might increase the risk of dementia in older women. Researchers need to study whether calcium supplements should be avoided for individuals who have had a stroke.