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Introduced in 1947

Product # Content Price
2015 90 Tablets $10.00

Calsol supports soft tissue.*
  • A nonanimal source of calcium and phosphorus
  • Supports gallbladder function as well as the digestive, musculoskeletal, and central nervous systems*
How does calcium support health?

Calcium is essential to the normal transmission of nerve impulses.1 Calcium ions mediate many different important cellular processes throughout the body including cells of the immune system, liver, nerves, blood vessels, and endocrine system.2,3 Calcium also affects the processing of fats in the body, may reduce absorption of fats (lipids) by the intestines4,5,6 and can modulate gallbladder absorption.7

Calcium provides many additional benefits for women. Menopausal and post-menopausal women are at increased risk for bone loss that often leads to osteoporosis.8 Research suggests that women who take in adequate amounts of calcium throughout their lives greatly reduce their risk of excessive bone loss later in life.9 Calcium intake (at 1,000-1,200 milligrams per day for adults) from food and supplementation may support proper muscle function.10 For women, adequate calcium intake may also reduce monthly discomfort by helping to maintain the normal functioning of parathyroid hormone.11*

How does phosphorus support health?

Phosphorus is involved in several biological processes, including bone mineralization, energy production, and cell signaling.12 The kidneys and intestine regulate the concentration of phosphorus, which is required by almost every cell in the body for critical processes such as cell signaling, nucleic acid synthesis, maintaining energy balance, formation of cell membranes, and bone formation.13,14*

  • 1. Ross AC, Taylor CL, Yaktine AL, et al. 2011. Dietary reference intakes for calcium and vitamin D. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.
  • 2. Ibid.
  • 3. Ramakrishnan S., Prasannan KG, Rajan R. Textbook of Medical Biochemistry, 3rd ed. Orient Longman, Hyderabad, India, p. 470.
  • 4. See note 1 above.
  • 5. Jacqmain M, Doucet E, Després JP, Bouchard C, Tremblay A. 2003. Calcium intake, body composition, and lipoprotein-lipid concentrations in adults. Am J Clin Nutr. 77(6):1448-52.
  • 6. Soares M.J., She-Ping-Delfos W.L.C. 2010. Postprandial Energy Metabolism in the Regulation of Body Weight: Is there a Mechanistic Role for Dietary Calcium? Nutrients. 2(6):586–598.
  • 7. Scheeres DE, Magnuson TH, Pitt HA, Bastidas JA, May CA, Lillemoe KD. 1990. The effect of calcium on gallbladder absorption. J Surg Res. 48(6):547-51.
  • 8. Alpert P.T. 2013. Calcium, a necessary mineral for proper body function: Facts you should know. Home Health Care Mgt Practice 25:239-241.
  • 9. Calcium. 2013. National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements. Accessed February 19, 2016.
  • 10. See note 1 above.
  • 11. Warhade W., Shinde A. 2014. Role of calcium in premenstrual syndrome. Indian J Res Paripex 3:122-123.
  • 12. Delange, B. 2014. Phosphorus.
  • 13. Ibid.
  • 14. Prasad N., Bhadauria D. 2013. Renal phosphate handling: Physiology. Indian J Endocrinol Metab. 17(4):620–627.
  • 15. See note 8 above.
  • 16. See note 8 above.
  • 17. See note 1 above.
  • 18. Sharkey JR, Giuliani C, Haines PS, Branch LG, Busby-Whitehead J, Zohoori N. 2003. Summary measure of dietary musculoskeletal nutrient (calcium, vitamin D, magnesium, and phosphorus) intakes is associated with lower-extremity physical performance in homebound elderly men and women. Am J Clin Nutrit. 77:847-856.
  • 19. Bailey R.L., Dodd K.W., Goldman J.A., Gahche J.J., Dwyer J.T., Moshfegh A.J., Sempos C.T., Picciano M.F. 2010. Estimation of Total Usual Calcium and Vitamin D Intakes in the United States. J Nutr. 140(4):817–822.
  • 20. Mangano K.M., Walsh S.J., Insogna K.L., Kenny A.M., Kerstetter J.E. 2011. Calcium Intake in the United States from Dietary and Supplemental Sources across Adult Age Groups: New Estimates from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2003–2006. J Am Diet Assoc. 111(5):687–695.

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Since 1929, Standard Process has been the visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions. We apply systems thinking to holistic nutrition that empowers practitioners to transform lives. Dedicated to the whole food philosophy of our founder, Dr. Royal Lee, our goal is to carry on his mission to provide nutrients for the body that are as close as possible to how they are found in nature.

Our products include foods that are prepared in a way that safeguards their nutritional value. The majority of these ingredients are grown locally on our certified organic farm and may require chopping, dicing, juicing, and/or drying for use in our products. The resulting whole food ingredients are then added to a formula that may include whole food extracts, animal tissue extracts and concentrates, botanicals, whole food isolates, and synthetic ingredients. These highly complex combinations contain a variety of elements designed to trigger trophic effects that support the body’s healthy balance and wellness.*


Suggested Use: Five tablets per meal, or as directed.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 5 Tablets Servings per Container: 18
Amount per Serving %DV
Calories 3  
Total Carbohydrate 1 g <1*
Calcium 225 mg 20%
Phosphorus 170 mg 15%
Proprietary Blend: 195 mg Carbamide† and magnesium citrate.
*Percent Daily Values (DV) based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

†Daily Value (DV) not established.

Other Ingredients: Calcium glycerophosphate, calcium lactate, calcium stearate, and calcium acid phosphate.

Please consult the actual product label for the most accurate product information.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.