How does calcium in yogurt differ from calcium in body cells?

Answer from: Sergey:
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Calcium in yogurt is mostly in the form of Ca++ ions and in the form of calcium caseinate and (very little) calcium citrate salts.
In the human body, calcium is found in cells, intercellular fluid and in the blood in the form of the same Ca++ ions and in bones and teeth in the form of orthophosphoric acid salts, mainly calcium hydroxyapatite.

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