LifeSource Vitamins Ultra Bone
Builder includes the bio available Microcrystalline Hydroxyapatite (MCHA),
which is a natural compound that makes up the crystalline matrix of our bones
and teeth, and is also the substance that gives them their rigidity. MCHA is a
source of highly absorbable Calcium and Phosphorus, which are the major mineral
components of bone. LifeSource Vitamins Ultra Bone Builder is a comprehensive
bone support product, which also contains Magnesium and other important
minerals, as well as Vitamins C, D and K to aid in the synthesis and maintenance
of bone tissue. Ultra Bone Builder provides a highly beneficial source of
dietary calcium together with other nutrients that provide support for the
maintenance of healthy bone structure and function*.
LifeSource Vitamins Ultra Bone
Builder’s Microcrystalline Hydroxyapatite (MCHA) is derived exclusively from
New Zealand and is thoroughly and completely tested for heavy metals to assure
potency and safety.*
Bone health continues to be a key concern for people of all ages.
Building good bone density begins when you are young by providing the nutrients
that will lay the foundation for good bone health later in life.
Calcium is not only required for
optimal bone health, it is also necessary for nerve impulse transmission and
normal muscle contractions. More recent research suggests that other benefits
may include weight management, colon health and the maintenance of healthy
Not all Calcium MCHA is created
equal! Do not find the cheapest version of Calcium MCHA, in which you may be
buying bone meal with low absorption potential. Bone meal is not the same as
Calcium MCHA. At LifeSource Vitamins our goal is results, nothing else matters
with regards to supplements. This is a great dosage for long and steady usage
to gradually help with your bone strength.
Research on whole bone MCHA
(Microcrystalline Hydroxyapatite), dates back to the 1960's, with the most
recent work published in November 2008. Published scientific literature on
whole bone MCHA, demonstrates its effectiveness at slowing or halting loss
of bone mineral density in post- menopausal women, improving symptoms of
bone pain in those with osteoporosis and slowing or halting the
progression of osteoporosis.
- Microcrystalline hydroxyapatite concentrate (MCHA) is
the best source of calcium, with the full spectrum of trace minerals that
are found in healthy bones.*
- LifeSource Vitamins MCHA is cold processed to preserve
the protein matrix and organic factors, and its crystalline structure is
verified by x-ray diffraction studies.*
- We add no other forms of calcium. Ultra Bone Builder
also contains, manganese, boron, vitamin C, vitamin K2 and natural vitamin
D3 – critical nutrients for optimizing calcium absorption and utilization.*
- Even one or two capsules daily make an excellent
- This also provides great supplemental calcium for
expectant and nursing mothers. As always, consult your physician before
taking any and all products.*
the age of 50, your chances are greater than dying from breast cancer
of patients die within a year of a hip fracture
to help repair bone density:
- Ultra Bone Builder will improve overall absorption of
nutrients into your cells. As we age our cells become toxic and do not
uptake nutrients efficiently. Our Ultra Bone Builder will start the
process of increasing bone density.*
- Ultra Bone Builder will turn on the repair process in
your body. You can start giving your body the nutrients it needs, yet
little happens because an aging body does not have enough growth hormone
and other factors to repair itself. The healing process does not turn
itself on easily and does not work rapidly as we age.*
- This is where Ultra Bone Builder come into play.*
necessarily grow in length after a specific period of time. However, it helps
them to remain firm so that you do not have easy breakage, and perfect posture
of your spine.
As said by Consumer Health Digest: One of the most expensive and complex forms of calcium is
hydroxyapatite. This bone building supplement is a phosphorous-like
calcium. It is defined in a way as a pre-building block to promoting bone
growth. Most people who are at risk of contracting arthritis or osteoporosis
should be taking this form of supplement. It’s often used as such in the prevention
measure of these types of bone degenerative diseases. Don’t forget that with
most supplements it’s also good to take a form of vitamin D. This will help
your body to absorb the calcium without problems.
Web MD states: You've probably heard that calcium is important for bone health and
treating -- or preventing -- osteoporosis. Happily, calcium seems to be
everywhere these days. Not only is it naturally in dairy and other foods, but
it now appears in many fortified products -- like oatmeal, cereal, protein
bars, and orange juice. Calcium is also sold in countless supplements for bone
health that line the aisles of your local drugstore.
And yet, it's
not enough. "Most people still aren't getting enough calcium in their
diets," says Shreyasee Amin, MD, a rheumatologist at the Mayo Clinic in
Why? Part of
the problem isn't just that we're not eating or taking enough calcium. For
calcium to be absorbed and used, we need to have the right levels of other
things, such as vitamin D. If we don't, the calcium we take in just doesn't do
us much good. So some of us could be drinking milk by the bucket and yet still
not get the calcium we need. (this is why Ultra Bone Builder adds Vitamin D3,
and we use MCHA as our calcium supplement) Critical to bone health!
Why Is Calcium
Important for Bone Health?
Calcium is key
in the building of new bone. And bone development occurs every day of your
life. Just as you shed skin cells and grow new ones to replace them, your body
naturally removes old bone and replaces it with new.
The pace of
losing and growing bone differs depending on your age. When you were young, you
made much more bone than you lost, which is why your bones got bigger and
stronger. But the problems start when this balance tips too far in the other
direction, and you start losing bone much faster than you can grow it.
Gradual bone loss begins in adulthood and becomes more serious after age 50. In
women, the hormonal changes of menopause -- and the drop in estrogen levels
that occur with it -- can greatly worsen the imbalance. The bones naturally
lose mass, becoming more brittle.
isn't produced by your body, the amount you have depends on the foods you eat.
In 1983, a combined team of
researchers from Hertford County Hospital and East Herts Hospital in London,
England, conducted research using 40 people suffering from osteoporosis
secondary to long-term prednisolone use. After 12 months, the group treated
with microcrystalline hydroxyapatite experienced significantly less pain than
the untreated group. While both groups showed bone mineral loss, the untreated
group showed a much higher degree of bone mineral loss. The results of this
study were published in "Current Medical Research and Opinion" in
LifeSource Vitamins Ultra Bone Builder includes MCHA, which
is a natural compound that makes up the crystalline matrix of our bones and
teeth, and gives them their rigidity.
Ultra Bone Builder also contains Magnesium and other important minerals.
Here is a chart
for calcium intake:
Birth to 6 months
6 months to 1 year
Over 70 years
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products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. As
always, consult your physician before taking any and all supplements.
LifeSource Vitamins. Individual results may vary.
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