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OsteCAL PlusOsteCAL Plus

 

The Most Complete Nutritional Support for Bone Health

 

Three tablets a day provide the following nutrients:

 

1 Calcium

Taking calcium supplements can help prevent bone loss in calcium-deficient people and can help prevent osteoporosis.

 

2. Vitamin D

Vitamin D helps body absorb calcium. Low levels of vitamin D are common in women especially the elderly. Deficiencies of vitamin D can lead to calcium deficiencies, leading to soft bones (osteomalacia).

 

3. Magnesium

Magnesium is essential for both the preservation and mobilization of calcium in the bone and is required for the utilization of vitamin D. Magnesium deficiency is common and is a leading risk factor for osteoporosis.

 

4. Manganese

Manganese is a trace mineral required for the synthesis of connective tissue that form the matrix upon which mineral deposition occurs.

 

5. Boron

Boron is need to convert vitamin D into its active form, which explain why boron deficiency affects calcium metabolism and bone formation. Boron reduces calcium loss from bones.

 

6. Zinc

Zinc supports bone formation by enhancing the action of vitamin D. Zinc helps maintain bon structure and is involved in bone development.

 

7. Copper

Copper deficiency may lead to abnormal bone deposition. Copper helps form the building blocks of bone.

 

Strong Bones at Every Age

 

Children and Teens

The easiest way to prevent osteoporosis later in life is to ensure adequate calcium, vitamin D and minerals intake throughout childhood, adolescence, and early adulthood.

 

Calcium deficiency is a particular concern among growing teenagers because they tend to consume less dairy products.

 

Twenties, Thirties, and Forties

In the United States, 9 out of 10 women and nearly two-thirds of the men do not get sufficient calcium. be sure to get enough calcium, magnesium and other minerals, and vitamin D rich food throughout your 20's because the ideal is to build up optimal bone mass by the time you are 30 years of age. After that, bone mass generally does not increase. However there is still time left to make changes that help maintain your bone mass, reduce bone loss and reduce your risk of osteoporosis. You could consider taking OsteCAL Plus.

 

Fifty Plus

If you have been taking good care of your bones so far, then you have won half the battle already. if not, it is still not too late to make amend. Continue to eat a diet rich in calcium, magnesium, vitamin D and other minerals and at the same time consider taking OsteCAL Plus to make up the difference.

 

Recommended Dosage

Children 6-12 years:

1 to 2 tablets daily with meals (Tablet may be crushed and mixed in beverage or food)

 

Adults:

1 tablet 3 times a day with meals.

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