A Bone Building Kit for Healthy Bones

Do  you know your bones reach peak density  (bone building)  by the

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 time you are age 30? 


The good news is that bone remodeling and repair continue for your entire life.  That’s why it is important to supply your body with the nutrients it needs to help your bones stay healthy and strong.


And you will  love Fibro-Care Cal™. It’s  your "Bone Building Kit in a Bottle”, with highly  absorbable minerals and  supporting co-nutrients in one amazing formula. Balanced with magnesium, it is also a safe way to supplement your calcium needs. 

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Will Anti-Aging Supplements Work for You?

Antique Store SignLongevity. Anti-Aging. Buzz words of our times for good reason as the workforce extends into the 70s and life beyond age 75. So the question is, will supplements help in your quest to stay as healthy as possible and slow that ticking clock? If you stick around long enough, are you an antique? One of the definitions for antique is "a work of art that has high value because of its considerable age".

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Mortality Modified by Magnesium & D3 Status

Does your nutritional status affect mortality? Yes, especially for these two nutrients. Scientists based their query on the n the hypothesis that magnesium -- either alone or by its interactions with vitamin D -- influences vitamin D status. Vitamin D has previously been shown to decrease the risk of certain diseases, particularly heart disease and colon Could magnesium affect mortality, too? The scientists looked at U.S. population studies data and came up with a pretty definitive answer for you.


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Magnesium a Must for Bone Health

If you're like most people, you believe that calcium plus vitamin D equals stronger bones, celebrity-wearing milk mustaches of the "got milk?" ads. Research presented at the annual Pediatric Academic Societies meeting challenges this notion. According to lead researcher Professor Steven Abrams of the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, “dietary magnesium intake may be an important, relatively unrecognized factor in bone mineral accretion".


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Fixing the Fibromyalgia Energy Crunch, Part 1

Fibromyalgia (FM) is a multi-faceted syndrome that appears to require mufti-faceted answers! One important aspect is the "energy crunch", primarily caused by low levels of magnesium. More than 75% of Americans are low in this mineral and deficiency could be a contributing cause of many FM symptoms. The energy cycle depends on magnesium as its chief officer of operations. But there is more to the energy equation, particularly for fibromyalgia.

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