Vitamin Supplements

Excerpts from “Dr. Mercola – Premium Products”

“It’s estimated that nearly half of all Americans over age 50 may be at risk with their bone health. And countless others of all ages are not getting sufficient bone-building nutrients in their diets and the physical activity needed for bones strong enough to last a lifetime” (Dr. Mercola).

Bone is a living substance containing blood vessels, nerves, and two types of cells. The first type of cell is Osteoblasts, cells that build your bones. The second is Osteoclasts, cells that break down old or damaged bone to make room for new bone. If you regrow bone at a faster rate than you lose bone, you will maintain healthy bones.

While diet and exercise are extremely important to bone health, those activities alone are not enough to regrow bone. In addition to diet and exercise, supplements can also be a useful tool in the fight against bone health. Calcium, along with Vitamin D and Vitamin K2 can support bone growth and a healthy lifestyle.

Read the full article (http://products.mercola.com/calcium-supplement/?utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=dpe&utm_campaign=20170202Z1&et_cid=DM132525&et_rid=1869099936).  

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Source: Dr. Mercola

Full Article: http://products.mercola.com/calcium-supplement/?utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=dpe&utm_campaign=20170202Z1&et_cid=DM132525&et_rid=1869099936

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