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Η επιστήμονική κοινότητα έχει πραγματοποιήσει σημαντική έρευνα για το ασβέστιο και τα άλλα απαραίτητα θρεπτικά συστατικά για το ρόλο τους στην υγεία των οστών. Πιο συγκεκριμένα, τα χαρακτηριστικά των μασώμενων δίσκων ασβεστίου lactical και τα δραστικά τους συστατικά έχουν συζητηθεί και αναλυθεί λεπτομερώς σε επιστημονικά άρθρα γραμμένα από διάσημους συγγραφείς. Η λίστα με τα πιο σχετικά ακολουθεί παρακάτω.


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