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Adora makes taking calcium supplements a divine experience

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Supplements don't always taste good. Fish oil supplements give you a fishy aftertaste in your mouth and let's not even mention what you taste when you burp. Apple cider vinegar supplements taste awful also. Not to mention the smell. Does making a supplement smell bad means its more useful? Let's be honest, if something tastes bad and smells bad then why are you going to take it let alone remember to take it day after day? Thankfully there is one company that is taking this dilemma into consideration and is making a calcium supplement that is absolutely divine.

Enter Adora Calcium Supplements. These calcium rich supplements are rich in flavor with its deep non synthetic tasting chocolate that is heavenly to the taste and is available in both milk (which 58% of women prefer) and dark chocolate (which 42% of women prefer). Each piece provide up to 50% of the daily requirement of calcium as well as vitamin D3 and magnesium which is needed for the proper absorption of calcium, something that nearly half of women believe (49% and 46% respectively) are the most important vitamins to take each day. Also Adora chocolate also contains natural antioxidants from the chocolate, contains no artificial sweeteners, and is certified Kosher as well as gluten free.

You can get your daily requirement of calcium (1000mg) other ways like eating 27 florets of broccoli or by eating 200 almonds or you can just take two Adora Calcium Supplements daily. Drinking milk has always been the 'go to' way to obtain calcium but less than one third of women (31%) drink milk on a daily basis and one third of women (37%) drink milk less than once per week. So hands down chocolate wins especially when chocolate (55%) is the most preferred method of getting calcium each day, followed by ice cream (50%) and almonds (49%).

Adora is also great for women who are trying to lose weight or maintain their weight. Each piece of Adora Calcium Supplement only has 30 calories means not only no unwanted or unnecessary calories but also stronger bones since building stronger bones is important especially to women ages 51-65. There are some women (30%) though who prefer to be skinny versus having healthy bones especially in women ages 21-35 which means they skimp on foods that can contain the vital essentials they need to be healthy causing them to become 'hangry'. With Adora and its low caloric count you don't have to skimp to be healthy and with a well balanced diet can also reduce the risk of osteoporosis.

Adora Calcium Supplements can be found at major drugstores like Publix, Fred Meyer, Stop & Shop and the Vitamin Shoppe and can also be purchased online at CVS, Walgreen’s and Walmart websites. For more information about Adora Calcium Supplements please visit Adora at

(Statistics based on the Adora Calcium Survey Executive Summary conducted by Lindberg International)

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