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Can ALA lowen calcium blood level?

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I have read that EDTA can bind to calcium and bring calcium to a dangerousely low level.

My concerns is that becasue Alpha Lipoic Acid is a chelator agent, it is a binder and maybe might also pull calcium out the body. 

I would like to hear from someone who is well informed about this issue that can prove/disprove my concern.

2. How much mg of ALA our body produces naturally in average?

Edited by Nivsch

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