120 caps for $35.49

OsteoForce is an ideal formula to support bone health, containing minerals and nutrients needed for maintaining and rebuilding healthy bones. The calcium and magnesium contained in OsteoForce are superior forms considered to be the most readily absorbed and optimal for promoting peak bone mass and fighting osteoporosis.

OsteoForce™ contains bone supportive nutrients for restoring healthy bones when bone loss may have been attributed to a deficiency or malabsorption of vitamins and minerals like calcium, vitamin D, vitamin K and others.

Unique features of Osteoforce:

  • Has been shown to increase bone density
  • Promotes bone growth and strength
  • Contains Vitamin D in a highly absorbable form. Calcium cannot be absorbed and used for bone growth without Vitamin D
  • Has plenty of bone-building magnesium, which is often deficient in the American diet
  • Contains Vitamin K which has been shown to be crucial for bone health
  • Rich in boron, manganese, and folic acid
  • Contains horsetail extract, rich in bone-building trace elements

Four tablets contain:
Vitamin C (as Calcium Ascorbate) 100 mg
Vitamin D (as Cholecalciferol) 600 IU
Vitamin K (as Phytonadione) 1000 mcg
Calcium 800 mg
(DimaCal® Di-Calcium Malate, TRAACS® Calcium Glycinate Chelate, Calcium Ascorbate
and Calcium Carbonate as binder only)
Magnesium 300 mg
(as Di-Magnesium Malate, TRAACS® Magnesium Glycinate Chelate Buffered)
Zinc (TRAACS® Zinc Glycinate Chelate) 5 mg
Copper (TRAACS® Copper Glycinate Chelate) 1 mg
Manganese (TRAACS® Manganese Glycinate Chelate) 2 mg
Potassium (as Potassium Glycinate Complex) 50 mg
Boron (as Boron Glycinate Complex) 4 mg

Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, crosscarmellose sodium, cellulose, silicon dioxide, and stearates (vegetable source).

[Note from Phyllis: From a bone scan, I found that I had slight "osteopenia" (bone loss, prior to osteoporosis) before finding this product. I didn't realize it, but I learned that people over 50 start to lose part of their skeletal structure over time, some more than others. After taking it for a year, my second bone scan revealed a definite improvement. I’m so glad to have found something that can help me with this, because I really want my bones to stay strong. I also learned that strength training really helps build bones. In addition, if you walk in order to build bone, you have to be at least 140 pounds for it to be effective. If you weigh less than that, it is recommended that you wear "weights" to get you up to 140 pounds, in order for your walking to be an effective weight-bearing exercise.]

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