Porous bone, is characterized by low bone mass and structural deterioration of bone tissue, leading to bone fragility and an increased susceptibility to fractures of the hip, spine, and wrist.
Bone Tissue Example: Micrographs of biopsy specimens of normal and porous bone.
|A. 75-year-old normal woman
||B. 47-year-old woman who had vertebral compression fractures
Porous bone is a devastating condition which affects over 23,000,000 Americans, crippling more than 1,200,000 each year.
Add 80 percent of all people over 40 who show signs of bone problems to this equation, and the number of people who suffer from some form of structural weakness becomes staggering!
Research shows that we need more nutrients than previously thought for healthy maintenance of teeth, bones, joints and muscles.
Because of accelerated bone loss, extreme bone fragility and increased susceptibility to bone fractures, it has been clinically linked to insufficient dietary calcium.
Surveys indicate that few people consume necessary amounts of bone-building nutrients in their everyday eating. Less than 35% of women, for example, consume the 1,000 milligrams of calcium recommended by regulatory agencies, and far less consume the 1,200 milligrams recommended by leading nutritionists.
Porous Bones must NOT be mistaken for an
"old persons' problem." It can happen at ANY age.
Frighteningly, evidence of dietary calcium deficiencies is even showing up in teens, preteens, even children.
80% of those affected by bone conditions are women.
8 million American women and 2 million men have porous bones, and millions more have low bone density.
One in two women and one in eight men over age 50 will have an porous bone related fracture in their lifetime.
Significant risk has been reported in people of all ethnic backgrounds.
Women can lose up to 20% of their bone mass in the 5-7 years following menopause, making them more susceptible to a bone problem.
What Can You Do?
You can make smarter choices about what you eat. Add calcium-rich foods such as low-fat dairy products and broccoli to your daily diet. If you can’t get enough calcium from your diet, you can add a calcium supplement like OsteoMegaCare to your daily routine.
This information provides you with the basic facts about calcium, tells you how to get it daily and answers some commonly asked questions. Remember: Calcium is essential to good health and getting enough can help you reduce the risk of osteoporosis. But calcium is only part of the picture. You also need exercise and a balanced diet to prevent disease and stay healthy.
Your need for calcium starts even before you are born and extends throughout your lifetime.
Technical Data Sheet for OsteoMegaCare Vanilla
Technical Data Sheet for OsteoMegaCare Chocolate
OsteoMegaCare with Chondroitin, Glucosamine, Omega 3's & more, has been carefully formulated to increase the bio-availability of dietary calcium and provide the other nutrients the body requires for optimum structural support.
This pleasant-tasting liquid in both chocolate and vanilla, combines calcium with 15 essential minerals (including four crucial minerals necessary for proper bone metabolism - zinc, magnesium, copper and manganese), 45 trace minerals, Vitamin D3, Chondroitin and Glucosamine. These bone-and-joint-building nutrients are suspended in a colloidal format that allows for optimum absorption.
How much calcium do you need each day? On average, if you’re not drinking three glasses of milk per day, you’re not getting enough.
||Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI)
|0 - 6 months
|6 - 12 months
|1 - 3 years
|4 - 8 years
|9 - 18 years
|Adults 19 - 50 years
|Adults 51+ years
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