Balanced Bone 60s

Balanced Bone 60s


Support strong bones and teeth. Helps promote joint and ligament health.*
List Price: $14.00
Member Price: $9.80

Product Description

Osteoporosis affects millions of women as they grow older. There is some evidence that bone loss can be slowed down, halted, and at times reversed when proper nutritional methods are employed. Calcium has been considered an important mineral involved in maintaining bone health.* Other nutrients that are important are magnesium, Vitamin D, boron, silicon and Vitamin K. This product is a “must” for women that are post-menopausal. Free of yeast, wheat, corn, milk, egg, glutens, sugar, starch, artificial colors or artificial preservatives.

Each 2 caplets contains: % US RDA
Calcium 235mg 24%, Calcium (ascorbate) 15mg 2%, Magnesium (sulfate) 60mg 14%, Magnesium (carbonate) 65mg 16%, Vitamin D-3 100IU 25%, Beta Carotene (Vitamin A) 300IU 6%, Boron (Citrate) 2mg, Vitamin K 5mcg 78%, Vitamin A 300IU 6%, Folic Acid 600mcg 200%, Silicon 100mg, Zinc (Monomethionine) 22mg 17%, Shark Cartilage 50mg.

Suggested Usage:
Take one or two caplets as directed.

Size(s) Available:
Bottles of 60

What is Balanced Bone?
Balanced Bone is a combination of highly absorbable calcium and magnesium with added silicon and boron. It is an excellent source of calcium for healthy bones and joints.*

How is Balanced Bone different from other calcium products?
Most other calcium products contain calcium carbonates where as, Balanced Bone contains calcium ascorbate, which is a natural buffering agent and is easy on the stomach. Balanced Bone also contains all the co-factors including boron, vitamin D, and folic acid.

Who should take Balanced Bone?
Balanced Bone can be taken by women or men to promote healthy bones,joints and cartilage caused by natural aging.*

Can Balanced Bone be taken with other calcium products?
if taken as directed, Balanced Bone is the only calcium product needed for good bone health.


Description:Aging is the decline in the efficiency of bodily functions. It is not considered to be an illness. The natural process of growing old is related to our biological clocks running down, and long term wearing out or abuse of the body. There are also complex interactions of genetic, metabolic, hormonal, immunological and structural changes at the organ, tissue and cellular levels.

Though a person’s age may be counted in years, it is also counted in the physical complications of various body systems wearing out and producing physical complications. A person may remain in what is considered perfect physical health, but due to the built in biological clock, will not survive past the maximum limit of the body’s biological clock-probably a maximum of 120 years with everything working correctly, and as possible being done to shorten this life expectancy.

At the present time there are over 35,000 Americans over the age of 100 with this number increasing all the time. Life expectancy has more than doubled in the last 200 years due to our understanding of sanitation, antibiotics, immunology, microbiology, and other breakthroughs in modern science. However, the quality of life of many over 65 is so poor that their last years are often lived with very little enjoyment. To extend our life expectancy and quality of life, it is necessary to do five things:

1) Eat a high complex carbohydrate, high fiber, low protein diet, low in fat, sugar, salt and processed foods.
2) Get adequate exercise.
3) Avoid as many toxins as possible.
4) Make sure your intake of all nutrients, especially the anti-radicals: vitamins A, C, E, and selenium, are at or above the R.D.A.
5) Learn what stress is and how to keep it low enough to keep from harming your health.

Causes: Aging is a natural process, which everyone experiences. Predisposing conditions, which may determine the course of one’s aging process, are:

1) Built-in genetic program that limits the replicative life span of various normal body cells.
2) Postreplicative senescence: occurrence of alternations in cells is no longer capable of mitotic replication and therefore are no longer able to compensate for deficiencies in cell numbers, structure, or function.
3) Declining autoimmune system.

Signs & Symptoms:

1) Incontinence
2) Accidental falls
3)General loss of balance
4)Deteriorating vision such as presbyopia, cataracts, and glaucoma
5)Deteriorating hearing
6)Deteriorating sense of taste
7)Deteriorating sense of smell
8)Decreased temperature sensitivity

Dietary Considerations: A Dietary Goal Diet is an essential part of slowing the aging process as much as possible.

Nutritional Supplements to use for aging symtoms
Multi-Vitamins + Minerals
Omega-3 Fatty Acids:1 to 2 at beginning of each meal. This product should contain at least 15 I.U. of vitamin E per capsule.
Vitamin A:15,000 to 30,000 I.U.
Beta Carotene:50,000 I.U.
Vitamin B-2:10 to 25mg. If you are getting in this in your multi-vitamin or in a B complex, you do not need to take extra B-2 by itself.
Vitamin C:1,000 to 3,000 mg. or as much as the bowel can tolerate within this range.
Bioflavonoids:2,000 to 6,000 mg.
Vitamin E:400 to 800 I.U.
Selenium:100 to 300 mcg.
Methione:500 to 1,000 mg.
Germanium Sesquioxide:25 to 150 mg.

All the above quantities are per day unless specified as per meal.

NOTE: The above is not listed as a formula that will stop you from aging, but only as a help in case nutritional deficiencies in these areas are increasing your rate of aging.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.”


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