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Bone Quality is as Important as Bone Density in Maintaining Healthy Bones

Science, June 2005


Calcium alone Does Not Reduce the Risk of Osteoporosis Fracture

U.S. National Institutes of Health


BoneSTRONG Increases Both the Density and Quality of your Bones,
the two Essential Steps to Preventing Osteoporosis




Why calcium is just not enough

My doctor has not talked to me
about my bone density.

Should I be concerned?


Calcium slows the breakdown of bone in the body, a normal part of metabolism and bone regeneration. This can increase bone density, but by keeping old, withered bone around longer. This does not increase the health and vitality of the skeletal system.

Recent studies show that calcium supplements do not change the risk of fracture. While using a calcium supplement is an important part of the bone building process, it is just not enough. Calcium does increase bone density, but not the quality of bone. BoneSTRONG does both.

BoneSTRONG is a proprietary calcium magnesium blend of calcium citrate, minerals, vitamins, and calcium absorption enhancing ingredients to maximize bone building. Calcium citrate is arguably the best calcium sources



Yes. Maintaining bone density should be at the top of your health concerns. Keeping your body healthy and strong, particularly as you age, can become more challenging. Our metabolism slows, activity levels decrease, muscle tissue doesn't build as easily. All this makes it more challenging to increasing bone density. That's why maintaining, or building up what you do have, is easier, healthier, and smarter. After all, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

Find out about calcium facts and other important calcium supplement information on our FAQs page.

Maintaining good bone density is the key to a healthy, active lifestyle. Make BoneSTRONG an integral part of your bone-building program.

Make BoneSTRONG an integral part of your
bone-building program

Embrace the BoneSTRONG Lifestyle


>> Exercise on a regular basis. A half hour walk, three times per week can be sufficient.

>> Eat a balanced diet.

>> Use BoneSTRONG, which contains calcium vitamin D, and a patent-pending method to increase bone density AND quality.


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