Is strontium citrate safe and effective?

Scott Pullen
Scott Pullen on behalf of dotFIT
Yes. The element strontium may conjure up images of radioactive isotopes from radioactive fallout in the 50s, but elementally stable strontium is used in toothpaste for sensitive teeth, to treat bone pain and in the treatment of osteoporosis. It is safe in supplemental intake levels of up to 680mg of the element/day.

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