Build Strong Bones
Want Stronger Bones? Avoiding osteoporosis and increasing bone density should be a goal of everyone over the age of 35. The typical person can lose 1% of their bone density per year after age 35 and menopausal women can lose up to 3% per year. Your body is continuously using bone and making new bone tissue. It is vital that you pay attention to your bone density. Medical professionals once thought that calcium consumption was the critical factor in maintaining bone density. We now know that it is more complex. You need a combination of vitamins, minerals, and weight bearing exercise. Here''s the latest on what you need to do to maintain strong bones:
1. Load bearing exercise with some jarring along the longitudinal direction of the bone. Jumping jacks are an example. The jarring helps to produce a chemical called osteocalcin that helps to build bones. Also, weight training will help to build bones and muscles.
2. Consume foods and dietary supplements. It is highly unlikely that you will significantly increase or even maintain bone density with diet without dietary supplementation after age 50. A pharmaceutical grade dietary supplement that includes Vitamins K1 and K2, calcium that is easily absorbed, Vitamin D3, magnesium, boron, zinc, copper, and manganese. Omitting any of these ingredients in the right proportions via your diet or dietary supplement will severely hamper or halt bone growth. For your convenience, all of these components are included in OsteoForce products. OsteoForce helps maintain bone density, OsteoForce Supreme is designed for people that have lost bone density and need to aggressively build bone.
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