Osteoprime - Veg Capsules.

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  • Size:
  • 120
  • Type:
  • Capsules

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  • Mary Bromilow


    I purchased this when I fractured my humerus in April, as I had read recommendations from someone who had suffered a similar fracture. So far so good; I appear to be healing without surgery although at five weeks it is still early days. As always I am impressed by your knowledge, customer care and speed of supply. Thank you.

    May 27 2019 5
Product Description

Enzymatic Therapy OsteoPrime provides Superior ingredients 28 bone supportive nutrients, including 5 types of calcium Key trace minerals not found in other products. Ideal for the postmenopausal and menopausal woman Superior support Calcium in its most bioavailable form (tricalcium phosphate) to build healthy bones.

Magnesium for healthy bone density.

Strontium, boron, manganese, copper and other trace mineral to support healthy bone formation.

Why take Enzymatic Therapy OsteoPrime?

Bone is living tissue and needs calcium and other important nutrients to support healthy bones and teeth, and support healthy bone density. You may not get enough of these ingredients through diet alone - a strong supplement can make a huge difference.

Why so many types of calcium in this formula?

Simply put, more forms of calcium ensure more complete availability in the body. Each calcium salt (calcium attached to a different mineral) offers differing quantities of elemental calcium. Elemental calcium is the bottom line amount of calcium you absorb from food or a supplement. And while some calcium/mineral combinations have more elemental calcium than others, they're not always easy to absorb. For example, calcium lactate is about 32 percent absorbed while calcium citrate is approximately 30 percent absorbed. Tricalcium phosphate is an important addition to the formula because is the most prevalent form of calcium in human bone.

Formulated by bone health experts Dr. Alan Gaby is President of the American Holistic Medical Association and Medical Editor of The Townsend Letter for Doctors. Dr. Jonathan Wright is medical director of the Tahoma Clinic and a regular contributor to Prevention and Let's Live magazines.