There’s only a small window of time to prepare your bone strength for the rest of your life.
Every single aspect of your health, your life and your body depends on the quality and integrity of your bones.
According to the NIH Osteoporosis and Related Diseases National Research Center:
“Our bones support us and allow us to move. They protect our brain, heart, and other organs from injury. Our bones also store minerals such as calcium and phosphorus, which help keep our bones strong, and release these important minerals into the body when we need them for other uses.”
Keeping our bones strong is very important to living a healthy, balanced life. Yet most of us don’t think about bone strength until we get older and are more likely to experience joint and bone pain.
By that point there’s not much we can do. Especially when it comes to women.
Your bone strength is also known as your bone density. It’s measured by the mass of bone mineral you have within your volume of bone.
Girls build their bone mass in their teen years through their early twenties. Once they’ve passed the ripe old age of 25, their bone density won’t increase much more, even if their bones still continue to grow.
This is why it’s so important to make sure that girls take calcium during their formative years to properly build their bone density for later life.
You might be surprised to know that one of the richest and most bioavailable sources of calcium is actually found in a common breakfast food. But not in the part we eat…
We know that eggs are a wonderful source of various vitamins and protein. But eggshells can actually play a massive part in building our bone strength.
This is thanks to ESC(R) eggshell calcium.
Eggshell calcium is one of nature's purest and most absorbable forms of calcium. It comes from chicken eggs, which are comprised of:
The results of this incredible source of calcium speak for themselves.
This 1997 study on the impact of various sources of calcium showed massive improvement not only in the calcium content of their bones, but also in their blood plasma calcium levels!
Many have an aversion to CaCO3, given rumors that it can often hold toxins and contaminants.
What you have to understand is that CaCO3 doesn’t just come from chicken eggs. It can also come from the earth’s crust.
On the surface, taking CaCO3 from pulverised limestone might not seem too bad. After all, it came from the ground, right?
Unfortunately, the earth’s crust can be filled with various contaminants such as heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides and so much more. As a result, we cannot recommend taking CaCO3 from the earth’s crust.
This is not a problem you would experience with CaCO3 from our eggshell source.
Not only is it safer, but it’s also far more effective.
In fact, studies have shown the ESC(R) source to be 64% more bioavailable than the limestone counterpart!
What makes the difference?
The limestone CaCo3 does not have the benefit of the organic matrix that CaCo3 from eggshell does! Think of this collection of helpful proteins, glycoproteins, and proteoglycans as a group of “chaperones.”
They help transport the calcium to the areas of the body that need it the most in an efficient and effective manner!
Once we take our calcium supplement, we want to make sure that it’s absorbed properly into our bloodstream.
This is where you should introduce a very important vitamin.
Our Vitamin D levels are essential in making sure our body can properly absorb calcium.
This is because Vitamin D is able to help our intestines absorb calcium from the foods we eat, which in turn raises our calcium levels.
To further strengthen your bones, we should turn our attention to magnesium.
Magnesium is so important for optimal bone health. Sixty percent of the body's magnesium is stored in the bone tissue, where it contributes to healthy bone structure.
According to Ask The Scientists:
“Several population-based studies have found positive associations between magnesium intake and bone mineral density in both men and women. Other research has found that women with osteoporosis are more likely to have lower serum magnesium levels than women who do not have osteoporosis.”
It’s not in dispute. Supplementing our healthy diets and exercise with calcium and vitamin D has been shown to prevent osteoporosis.
It’s time to prepare your bones for getting older while you’re still young with Bone Health Original™, an all-natural solution formulated by our Master Herbalist, Stacey Littlefield.
If you wait until you’re older to worry about your bone health, it may already be too late. Check the availability of Bone Health Original™ and strengthen your bones while you still have the chance!