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  • Healthy Bones Provides calcium and magnesium
  • Healthy Joints Allows you to do what you love without the joint pain
  • Vitamin D Levels Helps prevent deficiency of this important vitamin
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How to Prevent Osteoporosis

1 in 4 women over age 50 has osteoporosis which is known as the “the silent thief” — bone loss occurs without symptoms and in women over the age of 45. Osteoporosis accounts for more days spent in hospital than many other diseases, including diabetes, myocardial infarction and breast cancer. If you’re like most women, these facts have you wondering how to prevent osteoporosis. The good news is you can – osteoporosis is preventable, not inevitable.

Think You’re Too Young To Worry About Osteoporosis?

Building bone starts in the womb. Bones usually reach their maximum mass when people are in their mid-thirties. By age 40, more bone is lost than is made (about 1% per year), and our bones become weaker.  So it is critical to build as much healthy bone mass as possible BEFORE you reach your mid thirties.

And yet with an astounding 75% of girls over the age of 15 consuming less than the recommended daily allowance of calcium, osteoporosis will continue to be the unfortunate result for many.

Calcium for Osteoporosis is Not Enough

Although calcium is one of the main bone-forming minerals and 99% of the body’s calcium resides in the skeleton, calcium requires the presence of other ingredients to maximize its absorption into our bones toensure we maximize our bone mass.

First, which form of calcium for osteoporosis is best? Calcium carbonate or calcium citrate? Research points to calcium citrate as the best choice. It is the most easily absorbed, can be taken by anyone, and new evidence has shown that calcium citrate plays a superior role in protecting against bone loss when compared to other forms of calcium. Aim for at least 1000 mg per day.

Wondering How To Prevent Osteoporosis? Maximize Calcium Absorption

Magnesium is important for bone formation as approximately 60% of the magnesium in the body is in bone. If magnesium is not available, calcium will not be properly deposited into bone and instead will deposit in soft tissue, causing kidney and gallstones, joint discomfort, as well as increased atherosclerotic plaque. Aim for at least 500 mg per day.

Vitamins for Strong Bones

Vitamin D3 and K2 - Both of these ingredients work together to increase calcium absorption and are necessary vitamins for strong bones. Aim for 90 mcg of vitamin K2 and at least 800 IUs of vitamin D3 daily. Read more about the ingredients in femMED Bone Health.

femMED Bone Health-A comprehensive formula for women wondering how to prevent osteoporosis, with optimal levels of calcium, magnesium, vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 to build and maintain strong bones for life.

femMED Bone Health Also Helps With Joint Pain

Glucosamine, present in femMED Bone Health, supports healthy joint function.

Customers Just Like You Find Success With Bone Health

I can’t believe I’m typing this letter to you. That’s because the onset of mild arthritis at age 40 often made it too painful to even use a keyboard. Thanks to Bone Health I’m virtually pain-free!

Sophie E. San Diego, CA

At femMED we stand by our products and want you to be 100% satisfied with them. If you are not satisfied with any product purchased from our online store, we will issue a complete refund within 30 days of purchase (less shipping charges). Learn more about our Money-Back Guarantee/Return Policy

If you have any questions about whether femMED is right for you, we urge you to contact us by phone, email, or on Facebook.  We want to help  learn how to prevent osteoporosis, and help you make the right decision for your health.

Risk Factors We Can Control

  • Diet: Low calcium intake and low vitamin D both contribute to bone loss.
  • High caffeine intake (more than four drinks per day) may also contribute to bone loss.
  • Anorexia: Anorexia can cause bone loss.
  • Alcohol: High alcohol consumption (more than two drinks per day) increases risk of developing osteoporosis.
  • Lack of activity: A sedentary lifestyle increases risk of osteoporosis.
  • Smoking: Smoking increases risk of osteoporosis.
  • Medications: Prescription medications such as steroids (prednisone) and anticonvulsants can increase risk of osteoporosis.

Risk Factors Beyond Our Control

  • Age: Those who are age 65 or older are at increased risk.
  • Gender: Women are more susceptible than men.
  • Ethnicity: People of Caucasian or Asian descent are at a higher risk of developing osteoporosis.
  • Body frame: Those with small, thin bones are more likely to be affected by osteoporosis.
  • Family history: Having a parent that suffered with osteoporosis increases risk.
  • Previous medical conditions: Medical conditions that affect calcium absorption such as Celiac or Crohn’s disease increase risk.
  • Osteopenia: Those who have been diagnosed with osteopenia (mild bone loss) are at increased risk.

Take charge of your health:  stop wondering how to prevent osteoporosis and get Bone Health today!

Bone Health

Made in Canada

Made in Canada: NPN 80022489

Daily Dose: 6 Tablets
Doses per Bottle: 20
Caps per Bottle: 120 Tablets

Medicinal Ingredients Per Daily Dose % Daily Value
Glucosamine Sulfate (Shellfish exoskeleton) 1500 mg ***
Calcium (Calcium citrate tetrahydrate) 1000 mg 100%
Magnesium (Magnesium oxide) 500 mg 125%
Vitamin K2 [Menatetrenone/MK-4] 90 mcg 112%
Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) 1000 IU 250%
*** Daily Value not established

 

Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Colloidal silicon dioxide, microcrystalline cellulose, vegetable grade magnesium stearate and hydroxypropyl methylcellulose.

Suggested Usage: Adults – take 3 tablets twice daily with meals a few hours before or after taking other medications. Use for a minimum of 4 weeks to see beneficial effects.

Caution: DO NOT TAKE THIS PRODUCT IF YOU HAVE AN ALLERGY TO SHELLFISH. Consult a health care practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, have a pre-existing medical condition or are taking prescription medications, including blood thinners. Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms worsen. Certain individuals may experience gastrointestinal disturbance [such as diarrhea] when using this product.

 

3 reviews for Bone Health

  1. 5 out of 5

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    My name is Maria. I was born 12-May-1939. I have been using the PMS Perimenopause + Menopause Relief + Bone Strength Formulas for a year. I feel energetic and very healthy. I take the Bone formula at bedtime and it makes me sleep well. Thank you for your products.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    I can’t believe I’m typing this letter to you. That’s because the onset of mild arthritis at age 40 often made it too painful to even use a keyboard. Thanks to Bone Health I’m virtually pain-free!

  3. 5 out of 5

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    My mother was diagnosed with osteoporosis at 62. Like many women, she didn’t get enough calcium in her daily diet. It frightened me enough at age 35 to start supplementing my own diet with your Bone Health product. My mother takes it too, and it has already helped with her joint pain.

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FAQ

What makes Bone Health different from other calcium supplements?

femMED Bone Health uses calcium citrate not calcium carbonate. Studies have shown that citrate is more readily absorbed into the body than most other types of calcium. It also contains MSM and glucosamine to keep your joints healthy and strong, and magnesium and vitamin D to help with calcium absorption. Finally, it contains herbs that are full of nutrients that have been shown to help the formula absorb into bones and tissue better and stay there longer.

At what age should women start taking Bone Health?

Depending on your daily intake, calcium supplementation should begin in adolescence. Maintaining adequate calcium levels helps ensure healthy bones and reduces the risk of osteoporosis. Bone Health not only provides essential calcium and minerals but also helps with the joint aches and discomforts that often accompany aging.

I’m in my early 40’s and in good health. How critical is it for me to take preventative measures to reduce the risk of osteoporosis?

The statistics are staggering: In women over 45 years of age, osteoporosis accounts for more days spent in hospital than many other diseases, including diabetes, myocardial infarction and breast cancer. One Canadian suffers an osteoporosis- related hip fracture every 18 minutes, and by 2030, the number of hip fractures is expected to quadruple! So taking charge of your health in every way that you can is a positive approach worth undertaking. In addition to adequate Calcium and Vitamin D intake, bones require physical activity to stay strong and healthy. An active lifestyle plays an integral role in both preventing and treating osteoporosis. Attaining a high peak bone mass during the early years provides a good foundation for skeletal health in later life. Impact exercises such as walking, jogging and dancing help to build a strong skeleton. Weight-bearing exercises and muscle strengthening (resistance) exercise have a beneficial effect as well. Also, ensure you get enough protein, avoid excess caffeine, alcohol and salt, and increase fruit and vegetable intake, which have been shown to reduce bone loss.

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