Did You Know?
44 million Americans are at risk for osteoporosis.
50% of women over the age of 50 are at risk.
78% of women over age 20 get less than their 100% of the RDA for calcium.
Calcium Alone Is Not Enough
The U.S. has one of the highest rates of dairy consumption and calcium intake, yet has one of the highest rates of osteoporosis. Think of calcium as the bricks to building strong and healthy bones. Bricks can only be strong and stable when combined with mortar. In the case of calcium, the mortar consists of vitamin D, magnesium, boron, vitamin K, zinc, copper, and manganese. With these nutrients, calcium has the support it needs to build bone density when you're young and minimize bone loss as you age.
Clinically proven OsteoMatrix provides a unique matrix of critical nutrients
that go beyond calcium to build and maintain strong bones and teeth.* In
addition to building strong bones and teeth, the nutrients in OsteoMatrix:
Help retain normal blood pressure*.
Assist in muscle contraction and nerve transmission*.
Help reduce PMS symptoms such as bloating, cramps, water retention, irritability, and moodiness*.
1,000 mg (100% DV) of elemental calcium from nature's most concentrated and easily absorbed sources.
600 IU (100% DV) of vitamin D to stimulate calcium absorption.
400 mg (100% DV) of magnesium to help incorporate calcium into bones and strengthen them.
Clinically Proven Absorption
Consumption of just two caplets of OsteoMatrix resulted in statistically
significant increases in blood calcium levels as measured over a 12-hour period. For the body to use calcium to build and maintain strong bones, calcium must
first be absorbed.
*Regular exercise and a healthy diet with supplemental calcium
may reduce the risk of osteoporosis, especially in the elderly. Adequate calcium
intake is important, but daily intake above 2,000 mg is not likely to provide
any additional benefits.