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CA

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for CANADA.

CA

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Canada. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Canadian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Canada. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Canada. Each province and territory has its own code with the prefix "CA." For example, the code for the Territory of Nunavut is ISO 3166-2:CA-NU.
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Dietary calcium is generally consumed in smaller doses and is often accompanied by fats and protein, which help it digest more slowly, without spiking your serum calcium levels.
Another question is whether calcium supplementation during pregnancy can reduce the risk of gestational hypertension and/or preclampsia.
In turn, advertisers and the media have emphasized the importance of this one mineral over all others - suggesting that calcium is enough to prevent bone loss.
If you find it hard to get that much, this study suggests that a combination of calcium-rich foods and calcium supplements may be a better bet for strong bones than relying on supplements alone.
What to do: Shoot for the recommended 1,200 mg of calcium a day (1,000 mg if you're 50 or younger) to reduce your risk of broken bones.
Too few of the volunteers took nutritional supplements containing calcium or vitamin D to show an effect from such pills, Bertone-Johnson says.
However, another phenomenon makes it more difficult to eliminate calcium oxalate scale by simply lowering the target pH in the bleach stage.
For flexible and rigid PVC, Synpro calcium stearate 15F, Synpro calcium stearate 12B, Synpro-Flo 91, and Synpro-Flo 92.
Dietary Reference Intakes state that 1000 milligrams of calcium are required for women ages 19 to 50 years and 1200 milligrams are required for women over age 50 (Institute of Medicine, 1997).
According to the National Dairy Council, nearly 9 out of 10 teenage girls and 7 out of 10 teenage boys do not meet current calcium recommendations.

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