Delivering the full promise of calcium

What has your calcium supplement promised you? Strong bones? Healthy teeth? Improved blood pressure and circulation?

What you may not know is that the main components found in over-the-counter supplements rely on stomach acids to break them down into calcium your body can absorb. For this reason, they can cause undesirable side effects like bloating, gas and constipation.

FormiCal® is made with calcium formate. It is water soluble, which allows your body to absorb it completely and without the digestive inconveniences of conventional supplements.

FormiCal® is perfect for those with digestive issues:

  • Celiac Disease
  • Lactose Intolerance
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Bariatric Patients
  • Anyone that needs more calcium without the side effects

Why does water-soluble calcium matter?

Other calcium


What’s your gut reaction?

The calcium carbonate and calcium citrate used in popular supplements rely on stomach acids to break them down. In a healthy gut, this can lead to side effects and poor absorption. If your acid levels are compromised due to gastrointestinal or digestive issues, your body can’t fully utilize these supplements.

FormiCal ®


How is FormiCal® different?

It dissolves and begins absorption before it even hits your gut. That’s thanks to calcium formate, our patented, organic compound. FormiCal® is water-soluble which means it dissolves completely to quickly deliver the calcium to your body for stronger bones and teeth.

Watch FormiCal® in action.

If you’ve ever wondered if the calcium supplement you take is delivering all of the benefits promised, the answer is, probably not. With FormiCal®, you can rest assured, you’re getting calcium your body can absorb and utilize.

The Store

FormiCal® offers patented, award-winning calcium supplements that deliver the full promise of calcium! Our Bone Health products are offered in softgels and tablets. Our Bone & Heart softgel combines calcium with heart-healthy Omega-3's, plus magnesium, zinc and Vitamin K2.

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