Natural Bone Support
The ultimate all-in-one natural bone support-building supplement
with added calcium, magnesium, and strontium. Aids your body with healthy bone formation and bone density
. Factors that may cause bone damage or low bone density include; coffee, steroids, alcohol, smoking, soft drinks, and antibiotics.
* 60 Packets
* 1 Month Supply
* 2 Packets per Day
Why These Natural Ingredients?
Researchers reporting in the New England Journal of Medicine found a
41% reduction in vertebral fractures over 3 years when adding strontium
to a stable calcium and vitamin D diet regimen. While calcium is important,
calcium uptake is severely limited when taken as a single ingredient
supplement. Strong Bones provides multiple ingredient sources for
calcium to maximize uptake, and a therapeutically dosed 1000 mg of
A plant estrogen-like compound studied in both animal and human trials,
ipriflavone is believed to slow the rate of bone loss and may even increase
the rate of bone formation. Women with osteoporosis given 600 mg per
day of ipriflavone had a six percent increase in bone mineral density after
twelve months, while the placebo group lost 0.3 percent in bone density.
Vitamin K is required for the synthesis of osteocalcin, a bone protein
integral for bone formation. Osteocalcin provides the structure and order to
bone tissue; without it, bones would be fragile and easily broken. In
humans, vitamin K levels fall during recovery from a fracture evidencing
that this nutrient is actually drawn from the rest of the body to the site of
Vitamin D is known to be responsible for day-to-day maintenance of
calcium and mineral homeostasis. Further, vitamin D is proven to support
healthy bone density, an important component of strong bones. Many
researchers point to an unrecognized epidemic of vitamin D deficiency
among older Americans, suggesting that of those 200,000+ persons who
suffer hip fractures each year, many are vitamin D deficient.
Associated Information, Articles and Research
Homocysteind: A Risk Factor Worth Treating.
Strong Bones Literature Sheet.