This revised recipe has been designed in accordance with the most recent guidelines for ‘Vitamin D and Bone Health’ (ROS, 2018) for regular maintenance intake, and it provides 25 g of vitamin D3*. In addition to magnesium, calcium, and zinc, there are also four more minerals that are helpful. Vitamin D in the more bioavailable D3 form can be found in Osteocare. When the skin is exposed to sunshine, it generates its own vitamin D3, also called cholecalciferol. Vitamin D3 is the form of vitamin D that is most beneficial to health. Vitamin D in the form of D3, which is the specific form created in the human body, is considered to be superior to vitamin D in the form of D2, which is present in some dietary supplements. This is due to the fact that D3 is the form made in the human body. The nutritional specialists at Vitabiotics have designed Osteocare Original with vitamin D3 that is sourced from a natural vegan plant source (Algal).
Calcium and Vitamin D3.
Take two pills daily with water or according to the recommendation of a doctor.
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Calcium plus co-factors
Osteocare Original supplies the full NRV (Nutrient Reference Value) of calcium in a formulation that is also carefully balanced with co-factors such as vitamin D, zinc, and magnesium, all of which contribute to the normal maintenance of bone health. Calcium is essential for the body of every single person. In order to maintain normal bone health and achieve optimal bone mineralization, it is essential for both men and women of all ages to consume an adequate amount of calcium. The evidence suggests that healthy behaviors developed at an early age, including the adequate consumption of calcium and trace elements, contribute to normal bone health. It is well established that the peak bone mass that is achieved throughout childhood and adolescent growth is of critical significance for the maintenance of bones later in life.
The Department of Health in the United Kingdom advises that everyone should give serious consideration to taking a daily supplement containing vitamin D, particularly during the months of autumn and winter. Calcium is essential for women of a certain age. Bone mass is lost throughout a person’s lifetime by both sexes, although after menopause, women often lose bone mass at a far more rapid rate than males do. Because of these three factors, postmenopausal women have a significantly higher risk of bone loss: The percentage of bone minerals found in women’s bones is often lower than that found in men. It’s possible that calcium intake from food drops as we become older. Menopause speeds up the rate at which bones are lost.