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Are you getting enough Calcium from your diet?

Our bones are like a bank, whereby Calcium is being stored. When the body has more than enough Calcium for its daily needs, the extra calcium is deposited into our bones.

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Collagen and Your Joints

In order to have strong and resilient bones, bone & joint-fortifying minerals such as Copper help to support Bone Collagen formation. It forms part of the bone matrix and together with Calcium, is important to help support Stronger Bones and Greater Joint Mobility.

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Importance of Vitamin D

Vitamin D is essential for developing strong bones and muscle function. Clinical studies have shown that Vitamin D helps with Calcium absorption. Hence, a lack of Vitamin D in the body can contribute to thin and brittle bones.  Vitamin D also supports muscle strength, which helps to improve an...

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How Does Vitamin D Work ?

Vitamin D helps to increase the absorption of Calcium. Without the help of Vitamin D, levels of Calcium in the blood and ultimately the bone could be negatively affected.

Vitamin D’'s direct effect on bone building is demonstrated by the tendency of bone mass falling faster during the...

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Know More About Your Bones

Scientific studies have shown that regular exercise and a Calcium-rich diet can help build and maintain good bone health and may reduce the risk of osteoporosis. It is important to maintain a diet with enough Calcium and Vitamin D as well as other nutrients such as Magnesium, Zinc, Copper and...

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Bone Loss

Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue, leading to bone fragility. It often progresses without symptoms until a fracture occurs, usually in the hip, spine or wrist. Osteoporosis can lead to pain, disability and, in some cases, even death....

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Straight Talk about Calcium

Scientific studies have shown that regular exercise and a Calcium-rich diet can build and maintain good bone health, which may reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Calcium is the most abundant mineral in our body and is needed daily for a variety of functions like muscle contraction, blood clotting...

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