Vinco's OsteoSheath provides a bioavailable way to effectively absorb and utilize calcium by the body at an accurate and predictable rate.
Why is calcium important for your body?
Calcium is needed for proper functioning nerves, muscles, kidneys, and heart. Calcium is also really important for good teeth and strong bones. Not having enough calcium in your diet is one of many factors associated with an increased risk of osteoporosis.
Osteoporosis is a disease that speeds up the process of the natural loss of calcium in the bones.
Especially in women, osteoporosis causes the bones to become weak and fragile, leading to loss of height, curved spines, and bone fractures.
Calcium is probably the most widely talked about mineral for daily nutrition.
Essentially, every part of our body demands calcium.
Calcium is essential in building strong teeth and bones as well as organs and muscles.
There are many types of calcium supplements available, each having their own unique properties.
For a calcium supplement to be useful, it must be bioavailable (effectively absorbed and used by the body). Unfortunately, using the wrong calcium can leave your body without the results you desire.
Superior Source of Calcium
The amount of bone you build during your young adult years is called peak bone mass. During this time, you're building bones to be the strongest they will likely ever be, and that is why getting enough calcium while you are still growing is so important.
After your early 20s, you do not build hardly any more bone mass, so the goal is to keep your bones healthy the remainder of your life by doing simple things like...
People who constantly diet throughout their lives are at greater risk for osteoporosis because they often do not get enough calcium (or other nutrients) because of low calorie intake.
OsteoSheath provides a superior source of calcium.
Keys to a healthy bone structure include...
OsteoSheath contain three bioavailable forms of calcium (MCHC, Calcium Amino Acid Chelate, and Calcium Citrate).
These 3 bioavailable forms of calcium also contain chelated magnesium, vitamin D and trace minerals manganese, copper, zinc, boron, silicon, molybdenum, and vanadium.
These ingredients make OsteoSheath a superior source of calcium.
A common way to check the dissolution of a calcium supplement is by placing a tablet into a container of water and vinegar to see how long it takes to dissolve.
Actually, this isn't an accurate representation of dissolution.
The enteric design of Osteosheath will not allow it to dissolve in these mediums.
Osteosheath has been designed for intestinal absorption, meaning, it will not be damaged in the acidic environment of the stomach.
You can perform your own test and see for yourself how the osteosheath is going to dissolve by placing a tablet in a mixture of baking soda and water.
This too is not completely accurate and it does not incorporate the heat or motion found in the gut, but you will be able to see the tablet dissolve in a medium that far more closely represents the appropriate area of the body where the absorption is supposed to take place, the intestines.
Bioavailable Source of Calcium
It has been firmly established that high calcium intake promotes bone health. You can't forget the importance of calcium treatment for osteoporosis.
To aid in bone health, daily calcium supplement intake typically range from 1000 to 25000mg.
In order to be effective, this daily dosage of calcium must derive from a bioavailable source ensuring an accurate and predictable rate of absorption.
Osteosheath contains 3 types of bioavailable sources of calcium.
While there are other sources of calcium available such as coral calcium and calcium carbonate, none are as beneficial for bone health management.
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