From his point of view it tastes like a chocolate treat rather than a nutritional supplement and there's no chalky after-taste like you might expect from a calcium supplement.
I have a very high need for calcium and wish these were peanut butter or vanilla cream. I have osteoporosis at age 53. I have had it for 11 years. So I eat all the calcium rich things that I can find with the exception of icecream (very often) because of the calorie content.
My husband has been taking these supplements for awhile now and his last blood test showed that his calcium level was fine. Mine on the other hand needs a lot of help still. But that is a story for another blog entry, not this wonderful review of Adora®
The Office of Dietary Supplements has an information sheet for you to use in telling you all about the needs of calcium and how to get it. That information can be found here.
The Nutritional Information of both the milk chocolate and dark chocolate can be found here.
The link to the Adora Calcium Face Book page is:
Some quick facts:
- High quality USP-grade calcium cabonate, vitamin D3, and magnesium.
- Antioxidants from all-natural premium chocolate
- Only 30 calories to support weight loss goals
- A smooth, easy-to-digest consistency
- Gluten free
- Certified Kosher
- No artificial sweeteners
- Stringent manufacturing process regulated by the FDA
GIVEAWAY: This giveaway is for the United States only and will be completed in two (2) weeks! Your products will come directly from the company and not myself.
Disclosure: No compensation was given for this review/giveaway. I did receive a sample product from the sponsor for the purpose of this honest review. This did not affect the outcome of this review. All opinions are 100% my own.