Do PPIs cause reduced absorption of calcium and B12?

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According to a doctor's column in the Idaho Statesman, proton pump inhibitors [Nexium, Pevacid, Prilosec, etc]  make it difficult for people to absorb B12 from food and hard to absorb calcium. Apparently PPIs do not effect the absorption of B12 oral supplements. Read the short article here:
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