Bone Care – CALCIUM – Major Mineral
Well-Being for Bones and Teeth
The average body contains two to three pounds of Calcium, 99% of which is located in the bones and teeth. It’s important to remember that everyone loses bone mass with age. Regular exercise, a healthy diet and an adequate intake of Calcium and Vitamin D helps maintain good bone health and may reduce the high risk of osteoporosis later in life.
Many factors contribute to the development of osteoporosis, including gender, race, age, and hormonal status. Caucasian women of northern European ancestry and Asian women in their bone forming years (teens and young adults) have a higher risk of developing osteoporosis.
- Responsible for strong bones and bone well-being
- Provides the building blocks for strong teeth
- Helps to maintain the health of the heart, muscles and nerves
- A major mineral essential for proper nutrition
Yours in Health,