Between the ages of 24-34 all of us can begin to lose bone density.
The latest ground breaking research shows Calcium and Vitamin D alone are simply not enough. Neither is a diet high in dairy products. We need to combine Calcium and Vitamin D with other proven bone building vitamins, minerals and phyto (plant) nutrients like:
- Lycopene found in red colored foods, and in high concentrations in cooked tomato products
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin K
- Zinc, copper, manganese
- Folic acid, B-6, B-12
These powerful ingredients are now being incorporated into food-based, bone-building supplements that can easily be added to your daily diet.
Having a more alkalizing diet can help protect and build your bones
- Research scientists have recently rallied around the new idea that acidic foods interfere with bone building and bone repair cell function.
- In fact, research has found that an acid-forming diet for just four days increases urinary calcium loss by 74%. The best and easiest thing to do to prevent this is to eat a more alkaline-based diet. That’s a diet rich in fruits and vegetables, particularly getting more greens .
- An easy way to incorporate more fruits and vegetables is by having an alkalinizing, nutrient rich “green drink” every day.” “The leading green drink, greens+, is the ideal whole food supplement, containing 23 essential ingredients, 18 different colors, phyto(plant)nutrients and fibre.”
greens+ BONE BUILDER, a research-proven formula that works 15x better than Calcium alone.
- proven to positively influence bone-forming cells (osteoblasts) and stimulate bone mineralization (1)
- Contains proven bone-building nutrients including Lycopene, Magnesium, Vitamin D, Copper and Manganese (2)
- Provides highly absorbable (3) forms of Calcium, including Calcium formate, citrate-malate and bisglycinate
- Provides naturally occurring Vitamin K, critical for proper Calcium absorption
- Increases overall health and energy (4)
Just one serving daily helps build and protect bones for reduced risk for osteoporosis, while increasing overall health and energy.
1. Dr. Leticia Rao, et al. University of Toronto. 2. Rao, et al. J Med Food 2003; Tucker. Curr Pharm Des 2003; Holick M. Mayo Clin Proc 2006; Branca and Valtunena. Public Health Nutr 2001. 3. Graci, et al. The Bone-Building Solution 2006. 4. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research 2004;65(2):66-71.