Stay active, eat a balanced diet and protect your bones!
If you are at risk for osteoporosis, we offer a professional grade products to support your health naturally…
There is no substitute for a healthy diet, regular activity, time outside in the sun so you body can naturally absorb Vitamin D along with adequate digestion. How do I know if I am getting too much Vitamin D?
Complete Mineral Replacement System: Click for the Mineral Taste Kit
Phosphorus And Diet
Phosphorus is found in almost every food making deficiencies rare. A diet high in phosphorus leaches calcium out of the bones in the body’s attempt to restore balance. This shifting of calcium not only weakens your bones but also contributes to calcification on organs, increasing risk of heart attack and other vascular diseases. The RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) for phosphorus is 1000mg.
A diet high in meat may increase your intake of phosphorus as it is more easily absorbed from meat versus plants.
Carbonated beverages have phosphoric acid. How many do you drink daily?
Make sure you eat at least 5 servings of fresh vegetables and maintain the balance of minerals your body needs.
Vitamin D Emulsion with K1, 2
Vitamin D is a foundation for not only your bones but your immune system. Complete with the co factors Vitamin K, this is so easy to take, 1 drop in your smoothie or a sip of water.
Vitamin D and K
Liquid D and K, provided by Douglas Laboratories is a unique, great tasting liquid supplying significant amounts of vitamins K1 and K2 as well as vitamin D3 to support optimal bone health.
A growing body of literature supports the concept that increased intake of vitamin K both from food as well as supplements can have a beneficial impact on bone health. While the term “vitamin K” may imply a single molecule, vitamin K is actually a group of similar molecular forms including K1 (phylloquinone) and K2 (menaquinone). Liquid D and K has been specially formulated to include the most important molecular forms of vitamin K for optimal health.
Vitamin K1 is the most abundant form of vitamin K in the diet and is most often found in green vegetables such as spinach, lettuce and broccoli. Often this source of vitamin K is difficult to obtain in sufficient amounts from the diet, as the molecule can be bound tightly to the chloroplast membrane in the plant. Vitamin K1 is well regarded for the important roles it plays in the body’s normal blood clotting mechanisms
Vitamin K2 is not commonly found in the diet; as only a few products including meats and certain fermented foods provide this relatively rare form of the vitamin. Vitamin K2 is actually comprised of a group of several different molecules, abbreviated as MK-n, where n represents a number. MK-4, found in some animal meats and liver, and MK-7, found in fermented cheeses and soy products (Natto) are two of the most studied forms of vitamin K2. Supplementation with this vitamin is important as most people do not receive enough vitamin K2 from diet alone.
Human studies show that vitamin K plays important roles in bone health. Vitamin K has been shown to decrease calcium excretion and is involved in gamma-carboxylation of osteocalcin. Osteocalcin is important for healthy bone formation, as it facilitates the binding of calcium to hydroxyapatite (bone matrix). Additional studies also indicate the vitamin K2 may play important roles in supporting cardiovascular health and normal arterial elasticity.
While Vitamin K1 has shown to be useful in some studies, vitamin K2 is thought to have additional, beneficial effects, as the body has a natural preference to accumulate this vitamin in tissues such as bone. MK-7, a natural form of vitamin K2, in particular has shown to have rapid bioavailability in the body and the low dosages required (45 mcg) can be effective for supporting bone health.
Vitamin D is well known for the role it plays in helping to regulate calcium and bone metabolism. As we age, vitamin D status declines. If given the same amount of light, a younger person can produce more vitamin D compared with an older individual. When advancing age is combined with northern latitudes one can quickly become deficient in vitamin D. Vitamin D can increase the expression of osteocalcin and other important compounds from osteoblasts to help support bone formation or it can help to breakdown bone and mobilize calcium when it is needed elsewhere in the body. Numerous scientists now feel that supplementation with vitamin D at levels greater than previously thought necessary is critical to helping maintain healthy bone remodeling as we age.
Vitamin D3, 10,000 iu per dropper
Vitamin D3 for those times when a higher dose is needed.
Research on Vitamin D
Cal 6 Forte
Cal-6-Forte™ Complex is an exclusive Calcium Chelate Complex of Calcium Citrate, Calcium Gluconate, Calcium Ascorbate, Calcium Carbonate, Calcium Lactate, Calcium Microcrystalline Hydroxyapatite, and the Amino Acids Glutamic Acid and Lysine Hydrochloride to supply readily available Calcium.
HydroxyCal supplies an efficient complex of nutrients and cofactors that support bone strength and maintenance…
$22.90 Add to Cart
HydroxyCal supplies an efficient complex of nutrients and cofactors that support bone strength and maintenance. Calcium is supplied as citrate as well as in a freeze-dried, whole-bone bovine extract. This extract is also a rich source of bone matrix proteoglycans and trace minerals, and has been shown to be exceptional for supporting bone maintenance and repair. A generous amount of vitamin K is included, far more than in most other bone support products, and vitamin D is supplied in the preferred D3 form for maximum bioavailability. These nutrients, along with vitamin C and manganese, work together to support optimal bone density and help skeletal structures maintain their integrity during minor traumas.
HydroxyCal 120 capsules
Calcium hydroxyapatite complex with MCHC from freeze-dried New Zealand bone tissue. (disease free)
Two capsules contain:
cal:mag berry liquid+
Great product to get most of your important minerals, ca, mg, Vitamin D with K1, 2 along with Boron, Vitamins A and C, in one delicious TBSP. Add to your smoothie. Blueberry, sweetened with Stevia.
$33.00, Add to Cart
cal Mag Berry Liquid
Cal : Mag Berry Liquid + 15.2 fl oz
• Natural Blueberry Flavor
Amount Per Serving
Other ingredients: Purified water, xylitol, natural blueberry flavor, xanthan gum, citric acid, potassium sorbate, ascorbic acid
Recommended adult intake: One tablespoon taken once daily with a meal, a few hours before or after taking other medications, or as professionally directed.
Risk information: If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, do not use. If you are taking blood thinners, or if you have been diagnosed with estrogen-dependent cancer, consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use.
Safety-sealed for your protection and for product freshness. Do not use if outer seal is missing or broken. Shake well before each use. Store in a cool, dry place.
Keep out of reach of children.