Malic acid helps your body absorb calcium and magnesium*
Malic acid is known as a “fruit acid” or “apple acid” because it can be found in apples and other fruits. It’s a naturally occurring compound in the human body that plays a role in converting food into energy. It also helps remove high levels of phosphorous and aluminum from the body. Malic acid’s ability to bond with alkaline minerals such as calcium and magnesium may help to improve the absorption of these important nutrients.*
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