Osteo Health Complete – Multivitamin for Bone Health
Our multi-vitamin, Osteo Health Complete has been carefully crafted for our customers to help prepare their body for surgery especially in key areas like bone health. It contains copper and iron for excellent recovery following surgical procedures.
How do I take Osteo Health Complete?
Recommendations: One tablet with breakfast, lunch, and dinner as a dietary supplement or as otherwise directed by a healthcare professional.
FAQs about Multivitamins for Bone Health
Bone is a dynamic tissue that requires adequate nutrition for maintenance, growth and healing. Maintaining a healthy balance between bone building and normal break down is dependent on adequate supplies of key nutrients. Osteo Health Complete is specially designed for bone health and supplies a wide array of essential nutrients to assist in the preservation of existing bone mineral density, protein matrix, and to support ongoing repair.
Some people are more likely to need supplements to support their bone health. Postmenopausal women (typically around age 50) begin to experience issues with bone density and bone loss. Healthy bone mass also becomes a problem for men as they age, but usually about a decade later than it does for women. It is recommended that adults should consume 1,000 mg of calcium per day throughout their life and even more than that (over 1,200 mg of calcium per day) for men to help maintain healthy bones in their 70s as risks for fractures rise. While there are many foods like dairy products that are excellent sources of calcium, it can still be difficult to reach the required levels of calcium intake needed for strong bones later in life. In these cases, calcium supplements make perfect sense as part of a balanced diet rich in vitamins and minerals to help you maintain optimum bone health.
There is a long list of vitamins and minerals that should be included in an effective bone health supplement. The comprehensive formula of Osteo Health Complete includes · Calcium
· Vitamin D
· Vitamin K
· Vitamin C
· Purified Chondroitin Sulfate
· Catalase Calcium is supplied in the highly bioavailable citrate form, which is especially important for those having difficulty absorbing calcium due to conditions associated with low stomach acid (such as hypochlorhydria). Magnesium is necessary for remodeling and is involved in the conversions of vitamin D to its active hormone form. Micro-emulsified vitamin D supports calcium absorption. Manganese is included as it is required in the conversion of vitamin D to connective tissue. Zinc enhances the action of vitamin D and is a co-factor in alkaline phosphatase, an important enzyme found in bone. Boron affects the action of hormones associated with bone health. Silicon is required for the structural integrity of connective tissue and bone strength. Vitamin K is required for the synthesis of the bone protein that attracts calcium to bone tissue.
When your body is recovering from the stress of surgery, illness, and injury. Osteo Health Complete provides the necessary nutrients for a more rapid recovery.
Yes, bone density can be restored, with certain lifestyle changes which include the proper diet, and exercise. In some cases, medication may be needed to prevent further bone loss and fractures.
Yes, bone loss can be stabilized and possibly reversed. Proper lifestyle habits such as diet and exercise can play a big role in bone loss recovery, as well as proper vitamin and bone producing medications.
Diet and exercise are major factors in maintaining bone density. Eating foods that are rich in vitamin D and calcium helps keep bones strong.
A proper diet, especially foods and supplements that contain calcium and vitamin D, is good for bone health. It is also important to exercise regularly to achieve good bone health.
Supplements that work against osteoporosis include calcium, vitamin D, vitamin K, and minerals boron, silicon and magnesium. It is also important to eat protein-rich foods to help prevent or slow down osteoporosis.
Warning: Contains iron and copper. Accidental overdose of iron-containing products is a leading cause of poisoning in children under 6. In case of accidental overdose, call a doctor or poison control center immediately. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Medical Disclaimer: While nutritional supplementation has the potential to provide health benefits, it should be done under the guidance of your healthcare professional. If you’re currently taking prescription medications or other pharmaceuticals, consult with the prescribing doctor before using the supplement. If you are engaged in other medical treatments, contact your healthcare professional for guidance regarding possible interactions and conflicts involving your treatment, drugs, or pharmaceuticals and the supplements you are planning to take.