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Bone Force features a comprehensive array of bone-supportive nutrients found in our standard OsteoForce™, with the addition of vitamin K2 and the protein MBP® (Milk Basic Protein) along with an increased level of vitamin D (2000 IU). MBP® is a multi-functional, natural protein present in trace amounts in human and bovine milk whose main role is to assist the body in its ability to support healthy bone density. MBP® is derived from the whey portion of milk protein, which is often well-tolerated, even by those with allergies/sensitivities to lactose or casein. Those with allergies or sensitivities to whey may want to support their bone health with our standard Bone Force.

Bone Force contains a unique blend of nutrients to help build strong, healthy bones. The function of bones within the body includes offering structural support, providing strength and mobility, and aiding in the protection of the brain and internal organs. They also store essential nutrients such as calcium and phosphorous that may be mobilized and used for the optimal function of other organs.

Bone health can be difficult to maintain because the skeleton requires adequate amounts of nutrients, but it also must serve the needs of the rest of the body, acting as a mineral reservoir. If the body extracts too much from the skeletal system, the bones weaken. Therefore, the key to bone health is homeostasis, which involves keeping an even and healthy state of flux between the nutrients in the bones and the body.

Chelated minerals for superior absorption
Bone Force contains minerals from Albion Advanced Nutrition, the leader in formulating chelated minerals. Albion uses patented technology to create an organic molecule that is already in a form the body can use. These chelates consist of minerals that are bonded to amino acids, such as calcium malate and zinc glycinate. This chelated form substantially increases the probability that the body will absorb the mineral for its use and benefit. True chelates are not only better absorbed, but they are better retained by the body.

Chelated Minerals
• Calcium is critical to bone health. Approximately 99% of calcium is found in bone and is an essential component in forming bone structure.
• Magnesium is involved in bone formation and also affects the concentrations of the active form of vitamin D, a major regulator of bone homeostasis.
• Zinc helps to increase bone formation and mineralization.
• Copper helps keep bones flexible and strong.
• Manganese is necessary in forming the bone matrix into which calcium and other bone minerals are deposited.
• Potassium intake has a positive correlation with bone health as seen in studies of older women.
• Boron works together with calcium to strengthen bone. It also aids in the metabolism of the other minerals nvolved in bone development.

Vitamins C, D, and K
• Vitamin C is critical in maintaining the homeostasis necessary for healthy bone mass.
• Vitamin D helps facilitate calcium absorption in the intestine and is instrumental in bone turnover. Vitamin D deficiency is on the rise due to avoidance of sun exposure, certain medications which bind fat (anticonvulsants, steroid drugs, laxatives), and women with low hormone levels. Also, vitamin D status declines with age because of a reduced dietary intake, diminished absorption from food, and because aging skin has a reduced capacity for vitamin D synthesis.
• Vitamin K acts as a coenzyme in facilitating increased bone deposition, reduces urinary calcium secretion and improves bone turnover profile.

Recommended Use
Take four tablets per day with meals, or as directed by your health care practitioner

  • Comprehensive array of bone supportive nutrients
  • Vitamin K2 and an increased level of vitamin D
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