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Top Ten Recommendations

1: Life Extension Mix

2: Life Extension Super Booster

3: Coenzyme Q10

4: Mitochondrial Energy Optimizer

5: Cognitex

6: Super EPA/DHA with Sesame Lignans

7: Enhanced Natural Prostate with Cernitin (Men)

7: Bone Restore (Women)

8: Restoring Youthful Hormone Balance

9: S-adenosyl-methionine (SAMe)

10: Aspirin

Recommendation: 7 (Women)
Bone Restore™

DOSAGE: 5 capsules at dinner or before bedtime.


Why do women who take calcium supplements still suffer from a loss of bone mineral density? One reason is that most women do not take enough calcium to offset the amount being lost in the course of normal aging. Most people don’t realize that calcium supplements contain relatively little calcium. Calcium citrate, for example, consists of 22% calcium and 78% citric acid. That means 1000 mg of calcium citrate provides only 222 mg of elemental calcium. To achieve even minimal recommended dosages to guard against bone loss requires that many capsules be swallowed.

Another problem overlooked by most doctors is the fact that bone density loss is not just associated with calcium deficiency, but a host of other nutrients including magnesium and vitamin D3.1-6 In order for calcium to prevent bone loss, adequate amounts of vitamin D3, zinc, magnesium, manganese, and other nutrients should be available so that calcium, and phosphorus can be incorporated into the bone matrix.7-15 Additionally, consumers do not grasp the fact that most forms of calcium do not absorb particularly well.16-17

In order to overcome the impediments that preclude aging women from achieving optimal calcium status, a mineral formula has been designed that provides 1200 elemental milligrams of a new form of calcium, along with critically important nutrients needed to protect bone density.

This new formula, called Bone Restore™, provides 20% more calcium and double the amount of vitamin D3 (in only five capsules) compared to the previous Bone Assure product that required six capsules. The Bone Restore™ formula is also 21% less expensive than Bone Assure, thus enabling the consumer to swallow one less capsule a day while obtaining 20% more calcium and saving money.

Bone Restore™ provides a potent dose of highly-absorbable elemental calcium along with nutrients like boron and silicon to further boost the body’s ability to maintain healthy bone density.

Just five capsules of Bone Restore™ provide:

Calcium

1200 mg

(from 4138 mg of dicalcium malate)

Magnesium

340 mg

(from 567 of magnesium oxide)

Vitamin D3

800 IU

Boron

3 mg

Zinc

2 mg

Silicon

5 mg

Manganese

1 mg

The BoneRestore™ formula provides higher amounts of elemental calcium along with nutrients like boron to further boost the body’s ability to maintain healthy bone density.18-22

One reason why aging people suffer bone loss even though they are taking calcium supplements is that they are not getting enough elemental calcium. Bone Restore™ provides 1200 mg of elemental calcium and is in capsule form to ensure that it breaks down fully in the digestive tract. Unlike calcium tablets, these capsules burst open within 5 minutes of swallowing, making the minerals and vitamin D3 immediately available for absorption.

The new Bone Restore™ represents a substantial cost savings over Bone Assure.

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