Bone health is critical to an active lifestyle. Its deterioration can be caused by a deficiency of various nutrients.
Calcium – 1000 mg
When people think of the mineral calcium, bone health is usually the first thing that comes to mind, as its main benefits are related to building and maintaining a strong skeletal structure.
Calcium is so important for bone strength that even one of the symptoms of calcium deficiency is fragile, weak bones that are prone to fractures.
It is needed to control the levels of magnesium, phosphorus and potassium in the blood, as all these minerals work together to balance each other.
Calcium and vitamin D are two important micronutrients that work together in the body to maintain overall health. The complex relationship between vitamin D and calcium is especially important when it comes to bone metabolism, as both are an integral part of maintaining skeletal strength.
Calcium serves as a key structural component of bones, and approximately 99 percent of the body’s calcium is stored in the bones alone. Lack of calcium can cause serious side effects, including bone loss and osteopenia, a condition characterized by weakening of the bones in the body.
However, getting enough calcium through diet or supplements is not always enough to prevent bone loss. In fact, low levels of vitamin D and high levels of calcium can still lead to osteopenia and osteoporosis. This is because vitamin D helps to facilitate the absorption of calcium, which allows the body to use it more efficiently.
Vitamin K is a major fat-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in heart and bone health. It is one of the main vitamins involved in bone mineralization and blood coagulation, and also helps prevent breast cancer, maintains brain function and boosts metabolism.
In healthy adults, vitamin K deficiency is somewhat rare. However, it can be very serious, causing problems such as bone loss, excessive bleeding and more.
Vitamin K is not only absolutely necessary for blood clotting, but is also involved in bone metabolism, heart function and brain health.
Magnesium is an element and mineral that occurs in nature and is one of the body’s electrolytes. About 99% of the total magnesium in your body is stored in bones, muscles and soft tissues, while only about 1% is concentrated in the blood.
Despite the widespread use of magnesium, the World Health Organization reports that less than 60 percent of adults meet adequate intake. Other studies show that about two-thirds of the population does not reach the recommended daily intake.
Studies show that magnesium plays a vital role in the metabolism of vitamin D in the body. Meanwhile, vitamin D plays a role in the absorption of calcium in the bones and has an effect on other important vitamins and minerals that contribute to both health, including vitamin K and phosphorus.
Boron is a chemical element and an edible mineral. The uses of boron include the ability to maintain a healthy skeletal structure by adding to bone density, preventing osteoporosis, treating conditions such as arthritis and improving strength and muscle mass. In addition, this mineral is associated with improved brain function in some cases, as it can help increase concentration, focus and the ability to learn new information.
Ipriflavone – little known but very effective
Ipriflavone is used to prevent and treat weak bones (osteoporosis) in older women, to prevent osteoporosis caused by certain medicines, to relieve the pain associated with osteoporosis, and to treat a bone disease called Paget’s disease. It is also used to reduce bone loss caused by chronic kidney disease (renal osteodystrophy) and stroke-related paralysis. Researchers have found that patients with paralyzed stroke have weaker bones on the affected side, probably due to immobility, as well as vitamin D deficiency.
Taking ipriflavone in combination with 1000 mg of calcium daily can prevent the loss of bone mineral density in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis or low bone strength.
Ipriflavone can also significantly reduce pain due to osteoporosis.
|Serving Size||3 Tablets|
|AMOUNT PER SERVING|
|Boron ( from Amino Acid Chelate_||1.5 mg|
|Bromelain Complex||30 mg|
|Manganese (Manganese Sulfate)||750 mcg|
|Vitamin D-3 (as Cholecalciferol)||10 mcg|
|Vitamin K ( Phytondione)||30 mcg|
|Cooper ( Cooper Amino Acid Chelate & Gluconate )||400 mcg|
|Vitamin C ( as ascorbic acid )||30 mg|
|Magnesium (Magnesium Oxide )||200 mg|
|Zinc ( Zinc gluconate )||7.5 mg|
|AMINO ACIDS PER 100 G PROTEIN ESSENTIAL|
We recommend that you take 1 tablet 1 to 3 times a day with food.
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