OsteoBalance 385's is available by Pure Encapsulations.
provides 1,200 mg of calcium per serving from calcium citrate/malate
and calcium microcrystalline hydoxyapatite (MCHA). This formula also
includes a comprehensive profile of important bone building nutrients.
Calcium citrate/malate has excellent bioavailability and provided bone
mass support for postmenopausal women with low dietary calcium intake
in a two-year, double-blind placebo-controlled trial. In a separate
two-year trial, calcium MCHA maintained healthy bone mineral content in
volunteers. One study indicated that concomitant supplementation of the
trace minerals zinc, copper, and manganese with calcium citrate/malate
helped to promote healthy bone metabolism in postmenopausal subjects.
Magnesium supports healthy bone mineral density and boron plays an
important role in reducing urinary calcium and magnesium excretion.
Like boron, vitamin D reduces urinary calcium loss but is also a key
nutrient because it enhances calcium absorption.
High calcium osteoporosis support with broad spectrum cofactors
provides a high calcium osteoporosis support formula with additional
nutritional factors that promote optimal calcium absorption and
retention and enhance healthy bone mineralization.
Vitamin C ...102mg
Vitamin D3 ...400 IU
Equisetum Arvense ...300mg
(horsetail) extract (stem) (5:1)
Contains - Vegetable Capsule
Does Not Contain - Hidden
Coatings, Excipients, Binders, Fillers, Shellacs, Artificial Colors,
Fragrance, Dairy, Wheat, Yeast, Gluten, Corn, Sugar, Starch, Soy,
Preservatives, Hydrogenated Oils
As a dietary supplement, take 2-7 capsules daily, in divided doses, with meals.
Store sealed in a cool dry area. Keep out of reach of children. Use only if safety seal is intact.
If pregnant, consult your physician before taking this or any other product.
factors for osteoporosis include sex, race, age and inadequate calcium
intake. Populations at highest risk for osteoporosis include Caucasian,
Asian, and postmenopausal women, and elderly women and men. Adequate
calcium intake throughout life is linked to a reduced risk of
osteoporosis, as calcium helps to optimize peak bone mass during
adolescence and early adulthood in conjunction with exercise and
healthy diet. Calcium intake greater than 2,000 mg per day has no
further known benefit to bone health. The
statements made herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration. Products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or