What's in Bone Density?

Bone DensityBone Density is great for healing broken bones as well as reversing the effects of Osteoporosis. It comes in a giant, economy-sized 240 capsule bottle to save money and your bones! Here’s what’s inside each capsule:

Microcrystalline Hydroxyapatite (MCHA): A natural compound that makes up the crystalline matrix of bone and teeth and is the substance that gives them their rigidity. MCHA is a source of highly absorbable calcium and phosphorus, which are the major mineral components of bone, teeth, strong, healthy hair, nails and skin. Those suffering from “thin skin” and who bruise and bleed easily are always deficient in MCHA.

VITAMIN C: The prime antioxidant vitamin, vital for a host of duties in the body, in particular to fight free radical formation. Free radicals are the “pac man” that devour cellular tissue. Vitamin C is necessary in large, daily amounts to fight bone degradation.

VITAMIN D-3 (Cholecalciferol): The bone vitamin, now being hailed as a “miracle vitamin” to fight bone wasting and degradation and also in the fight against cancer. The body manufactures its own Vitamin D from early morning sunlight (15 minutes is all you need) but cannot make enough to rebuild bones.

VITAMIN K-1 (Phytonadione): An amazing, natural element found in green, leafy vegetables and their leaves. It is the key to bone density. Vitamin K acts like a “key” that opens the door from the blood and allows the Calcium to flow into the bones. Without vitamin K, Calcium cannot flow into the bones! It is for this reason that a proprietary version of vitamin K is the number one selling Osteoporosis drug in Japan!

VITAMIN B-1 (Thiamine HCl): Known as “the morale vitamin” for its ability to fight depression and mental fatigue. Helps as a catalyst in the body to trigger proper growth, especially in children. Enhances immune response and helps fight insomnia, fatigue, confusion, poor memory and muscle coordination.

CALCIUM (from MCHA): The major mineral in the body. Every cell needs Calcium to survive. It is necessary for body synthesis of Vitamin B-12, and uses Vitamin D for absorption. It works with Phosphorus to build sound teeth and bones and with Magnesium for cardiovascular health and skeletal strength. It helps with blood clotting, lowers blood pressure, prevents muscle cramping, maintains nervous system health, controls anxiety and depression, and ensures quality rest and deep sleep.

PHOSPHORUS (from MCHA): The second most abundant mineral in the body after Calcium. Necessary for skeletal infrastructure and strong bone formation. Also needed for the brain, as well as oxygenation of the body and cell reproduction. Increases muscle performance while decreasing muscle fatigue. Excessive antacids deplete Phosphorus. Good sources include eggs, fish, legumes, nuts.

MAGNESIUM (from Magnesium Oxide and Ascorbate): The critical mineral to fight Osteoporosis and for the health of the entire skeletal system. Necessary for good nerve and muscle function, healthy blood vessels and balanced blood pressure. Converts Calcium into bone and dissolves calcification in the joints, hips, hands and even in the arteries (hardening of the arteries). Triggers all the B-vitamins into action, without the presence of Magnesium, these vitamins are useless in the body.

COPPER (as Copper AAC): Helps control inflammatory arthritis, bursitis and rheumatic symptoms. Aids in iron absorption, protein metabolism, bone formation and blood clotting. SOD (super oxide dismutase) is a copper-containing enzyme that protects against free radical damage. Aids in retaining hair color. Deficiencies result in high-cholesterol, anemia, heart arrhythmia and nerves. Many people swear by “copper bracelets” to relieve Arthritic pain in their hands and wrists.

ZINC (as Zinc AAC): A co-enzyme of SOD that protects against free radical damage. It is essential to formation of insulin, and to maintaining immune strength, in fact it is the raw material for the thymus gland to manufacture vital T-cells to fight all diseases in the body. Zinc is also needed for glandular, sexual and reproductive health. It helps prevent birth defects, enhances sensory perception, accelerates healing and is a brain food to help control mental disorders while promoting mental alertness.

MANGANESE (as Manganese AAC): Vital to the formation of new cartilage and bones. It also nourishes the brain and nerve centers, aids in sugar and fat metabolism, and is necessary for DNA/RNA production. It also helps eliminate fatigue, nerve irritability and lower back pain. Reduces seizures in epileptics and deficiencies always result in poor hair and nail growth, loss of hearing and poor muscle/joint coordination. A warning: tranquilizer and anti-depressant drugs deplete Manganese in the body, avoid them at all times.

GLUCOSAMINE POTASSIUM SULFATE COMPLEX: An all-natural compound that dramatically increases the regeneration of cartilage and support tissues around all joints, bones and ligaments.

HORSETAIL: An amazing herb that has been used for centuries in herbal medicine to boost strong, healthy hair growth. It is also Mother Nature’s richest source of Silica, the basic building block of all life and necessary for strong bones, joints, ligaments and cartilage formation.

BORON (as Boron AAC): Another strong bone mineral. It enhances the body’s capacity to utilize Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus and Vitamin D in bone formation and structure. Stimulates estrogen production to protect against Osteoporosis. A significant nutritional deterrent to bone loss for athletes.

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