Bone Health Program
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Bone Health Program
Calplex Hx® combines Calcium Citrate with Calcium Hydroxyapatite. Hydroxyapatite is a dominant constituent in human bone. Adequate calcium and vitamin D, as part of a well-balanced diet, along with physical activity, may reduce the risk of osteoporosis. K Mag Hx® combines Magnesium (a very important mineral for bone health) with Vitamin K1 (which functions as a chaperone for calcium that supports bone health and circulatory health), and the mineral Silica needed to attach calcium to collagen in the formation of bone.
The Bone Health Program Contains:
Calplex Hx® is a combination of two highly absorbable types of Calcium: Calcium Citrate (250mg) and Calcium Hydroxyapatite (320mg). This InVite formula also includes additional ingredients necessary for comprehensive bone-building, such as a small amount of Phosphorus Hydroxyapatite at 144mg (14%DV) per serving to support calcium absorption in the intestine, as well as proper formation of bones and teeth. Calplex Hx® also includes Boron Citrate (1mg per 2 tablets), an ultra-trace mineral that has been shown to reduce the excretion of calcium by up to 44% in women who consumed 3mg per day, thereby protecting bone strength. Boron Citrate has also been shown to activate estrogen and Vitamin D, two major mechanisms for improving bone health.*
InVite’s K-Mag Hx® formula is a unique combination of three ingredients that balance and protect Calcium supplementation: Magnesium as Magnesium Glycinate, Vitamin K as Phytonadione (Vitamin K1), and Silicon (from Horsetail Silica). While Calcium may be the most important mineral for proper bone formation and density, Magnesium also plays a powerful role in building and maintaining strong, healthy bones. Additionally, Magnesium is an essential mineral in over 300 biochemical processes in the body, including muscle relaxation and normal blood pressure. However, some studies show that in some people, Magnesium may hinder your body’s Calcium absorption process. Therefore, some research shows that Calcium and Magnesium, while both essential, are best taken separately.