Bone Restore - Helps Fight Osteopenia (Thinning of the Bones)
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For some aging people, the body doesn't make new bone as quickly as it reabsorbs old bone. While getting your vitamins and minerals from food is ideal, sometimes you need more. If you’re a teenager, pregnant, or menopausal, your calcium needs are higher. Bone mineral density loss (osteopenia) can also occur if people are not absorbing enough calcium. Regular weight-bearing exercise improves bone density. Avoid food choices that pull calcium from bone: soda, nicotine, alcohol, and processed meat. Probiotics also help stabilize the level of calcium. Calcium supplements are best taken with meals.