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Know More About Your Bones


Healthy Bones are made up of 1/3 Collagen and 2/3 of Calcium Salts.

  • Major components of healthy bones include one-third Bone Collagen and two-thirds Calcium 
  • When our bodies do not have enough Calcium, it may take the necessary amounts from the bones in our body, which weakens our bones
  • Our bodies store up Calcium in our bones efficiently until we are about 30 years old. After 30, our bone mass tend to start its decline
  • For women, the problem of bone mass loss is increased during menopause due to a decrease in estrogen levels

Maintaining good bone health

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 Manganese to improve bone health.