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Osteo Plus


Optimize Your Bone Health With This Perfectly Balanced Mineral Supplement 


When most people think of the most important nutrients for strong bones, they immediately think of calcium. 

Whilst it’s true that calcium plays a crucial role in bone health, a lesser-known fact is that the body requires magnesium in order for the bones to effectively absorb calcium. 

Therefore, supplementing calcium without magnesium will not fully benefit your skeletal health. 

For maximum absorption and best results, it’s preferable to use a 2:1 ratio of calcium to magnesium. 

Osteo Plus contains 400mg of calcium, as calcium orotate and calcium aspartate, and 200mg of magnesium orotate. 

These are highly useable forms of calcium and magnesium that have been shown to support bone density and lower the risk of osteoporosis and bone fractures. 


Ingredients

Calcium Orotate

Unlike other forms of calcium, it can survive the highly acidic environment of the digestive tract. 

This makes it the most bioavailable form of calcium, with 90-95% absorbability, and the best form for supporting bone health. 



Magnesium Orotate

Due to the low nutrient density of the modern diet, magnesium is one of the most common deficiencies in the USA today.

Magnesium levels can also be depleted in the body due to both intense training and lifestyle stress.

Magnesium orotate is a highly bioavailable form of magnesium, featuring a combination of magnesium and orotic acid, and can be used to restore your body’s magnesium status to optimal levels.



Calcium Aspartate

Calcium aspartate is another highly bioavailable form of calcium and can be used to replenish calcium levels and increase bone density. 



*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
**Formulas are subject to change.

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