Bone Nutrients: why you need the matrix of minerals

Bone building and maintenance rely on many other minerals and vitamins too: magnesium, boron, copper, manganese, silicon, nickel, selenium, strontium, phosphorus, potassium, vanadium, zinc and vitamins C, D3, and K2. Plus omega 3 fatty acids like EPA and DHA


You may know calcium is the most plentiful mineral in your body. And 99% of all that calcium is found in your bones and teeth. But calcium does more than maintaining the very structure supporting your body. Calcium helps muscles and blood vessels contract, enzymes and hormones secrete, and messengers pass through the nervous system. It helps our blood clot when needed, our heart pump, and helps nutrients move through the body.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D has many effects on the immune system, keeping you healthy and protected from autoimmunity (where your immune system attacks your body, unprovoked).

What’s more, vitamin D promotes extra insulin secretion in times when insulin is required. Adequate vitamin D levels also may be responsible for decreasing high blood pressure.

And of course, vitamin D is critical in calcium absorption and maintenance in the body.

In fact, several recent studies prove vitamin D and calcium are connected with weight loss. The thinking is menopausal and postmenopausal women may be able to reduce weight gain because the two nutrients affect how the body breaks down and stores fat.


Boron is actually a naturally-occurring carbohydrate in many fruits and vegetables. Often referred to as the “boron vitamin”, this trace element is shown to promote healthy bones and joints.

More recently, boron is thought to promote Vitamin D metabolism, improve prostate health and regulate steroid hormone levels. Specifically relating to the bone, boron helps retain healthy calcium and magnesium levels. And that’s an important reason why boron helps maintain bone mineral density.


Magnesium is also key in managing the hormones that regulate calcium.In this way, magnesium deficiency may be a risk factor for developing osteoporosis. But- like all the vitamins and minerals on this list- magnesium’s effects are more than bone-deep. In fact, did you know magnesium is responsible for over 300 biochemical reactions in your body? It’s true.

Vitamin K2

When calcium is deposited in the body, vitamin K2-7 comes along and transports it in proper amounts, to the proper areas. For instance, K2-7 directs calcium into the bones where it’s needed, and away from soft tissues it’s prone to collect, like your arteries and kidneys.

Vitamin C

Specifically, vitamin C helps trabecular bone building (the spongy, interior part) by promoting bone expression genes in our osteoblasts– they’re the specialized cells that build bone! In fact, recent studies show a vital link between vitamin C and bone genetics, with vitamin C playing a positive role in bone development.

In fact, lacking any number of these minerals can lead to lowered bone density. And when your bones lose an average of 1% mineral density each year after age 40, they take the 13 minerals with them.



How to increase joint comfort, flexibility, mobility, increase connective tissue health and synovial fluid viscosity?


An important combination between Sea cucumber, glucosamine, hyaluronic acid and MSM was found to support joint structure. In addition, extract from Phellodendron amurense, Curcumin, Boswellia, Quercetin and DMG give the joints extra comfort. Great synergistic combination to improve the mobility and elasticity.

What is Sea cucumber? It is a marine animals relative of starfish that have been used in China for centuries to support joint health as it contains chondroitin sulfates, fatty acids.

What is sodium Hyalurate? It is a source of hyaluronic acid that gives synovial fluid is viscous properties which translates in greater joint flexibility, elasticity, and hydration.

What is glucosamine? It is a fast acting nutritional building block for connective tissue. It is necessary for the production of hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulfate which support joint comfort and improves mobility.

What is Phellodendron amurense?  It comes from a tree that has unique ability to improve enzymes that support joint comfort and helps with aches and pains.

What is Boswellic serrata? It works synergistically with Curcumin to support liver function as well as improved joint comfort to maintain prostaglandin levels.

What is Curcumin? It is a free radical fighter that works together with boswellia to maintain leukotriene and prostaglandin levels.

What is DMG? It supports joints health through immune system modulation, circulation, oxygenation.

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