Vitamin K1 38 micrograms
Vitamin K2 23 micrograms
Vitamin D 5 micrograms
Vitamin B6 10mg
Pyridoxal 5 phosphate 2.5mg
Vitamin B12 500 micrograms
Molybdenum 75 micrograms
Silicic Acid 175mg
Potassium Citrate 200mg
Free from fillers and allergens
why calcium free?
Weak bones and osteoposrosis are supposedly caused by a lack of calcium, the solution: add calicum! Bone health is about more than strength; elasticity, balance and reaction are just as important. Bones aren't made from just calcium, nor is calcium directly absorbed into bones. Supplementing with just calcium, creates a surplus that turns into build up in the vessels, joints, tendons, heart and brain that can lead to events like a heart attack. The picture you see is a mammogram of a woman who took high dose calcium for 10 years to prevent osteoporosis. The white parts are lime concentration in the vessels; vascular calcification.
Necessary for calcium metabolising. Regulates intestinal calcium inake and prevents excess calcium being excreted through the kidneys
Cofactors for synthesis of osteocalcin, a major protein of osteoblasts that build bone substance. Osteocalcin is involved in bone mineralisation.
Vitamin K prevents vascular calcification and can reduce calcium deposits in the arteries
With Copper, a cofactor of the important antioxidative enzyme SOD (Superoxid Dismutase) which suppresses inflammatory pathways
Promotes the construction of proteoglycan bone matrix
Supports the metabolism of sulfur that stabilises bone mineralisation
Help degrade the homocysteine and support hydroxylation of bone collagen
Essential in all phases of bone formation and has synergy with calcium. Magnesium activates bone forming cells (osteoblasts), facilitates calcium transport into bone and sensitises bone tissue for Vitamin D and regulating hormones
Essential mineral that give the Proteoglycan bone matrix greater strength. Participates in formation of apatite crystals, which contain calcium and other bone minerals
An important bioflavanoid which develops similar effects as estrogens, but without the known side effects. They bind chemically to the estrogen receptors of the bone cells and send signals to activate growth.
A cofactor for the conversion of vitamin D into its active form
Leads to intracellular deacidification, stimulates construction of bones and improves microarchitecture, vital for stability
vitamin K1 & K2
Silicic acid (Silicon)
Vitamin B6, b12 & activ B6
A 62 year-old woman showed 10% bone growth!
All others taking Osteostrength™ showed huge improvement as well!