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OsteoAid (Pot Of 180 Capsules)


Certain nutrients implicated for bone support are all put together in our formula, Osteoaid

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OsteoAid Supplement

Please note: This product used to come in a pot of 300 capsules but now comes in a pot of 180 capsules. The new pot contains exactly the same amount of active ingredients, we now just use slightly larger capsules. Previously, the recommended dose was up to 10 capsules per day, however the larger capsules now deliver exactly the same dose but from just 6 capsules instead.

This product may contain up to 5 mg per capsule of naturally occurring caffeine. (<0.7% of total capsule contents).

Bone is a dynamic tissue being continually broken down and rebuilt in a process known as remodelling. Cells called Osteoclasts, made in bone marrow break down and reabsorb bone tissue liberating. Calcium and other minerals stored in the bone matrix. Bone stores Calcium phosphate and growth factors. Cells called osteoblasts, derived from cells associated with blood vessels, move in and make new bone tissue, known as Osteoid which is predominantly made of collagen. Minerals crystallise around the collagen matrix to form hydroxyapatite, the major inorganic constituent of bone containing Calcium Phosphate. As the osteoblasts form new bone tissue some become embedded in the bone tissue and differentiate into Osteocytes.

Bone density (BMD - Bone Mass Density) begins to decrease in our early 20’s. After age 30 most people have a decreased bone mass due to increased orthoclastic activity compared to Osteoblastic activity. Decreased BMD means decreased bone strength and fracture risk.

Osteoporosis is decreased bone density, which means it is porous and weakened at risk of fracture. It is common in postmenopausal women because Oestrogen regulates osteoclasts removal of dead demineralised bone and progesterone is required by osteoblasts to build new bone, so decreased oestrogen means increased bone resorption, and decreased progesterone means less bone building.

Genetic, hormonal and lifestyle factors , such as exercise all impact on BMD.Certain nutrients are also implicated in a bone support formula and these are all put together in our formula, Osteoaid.


"Recommended treatment for my osteoporosis"
Trusted Customer | Posted 10 days ago | Read full review
"I have been using Osteoaid for a long time it suits me well"
Trusted Customer | Posted 17 days ago | Read full review
"I have been taking this supplement for a few years now and highly recommend it. I feel so much better for being on it"
Julie Scott | Posted 3 months ago | Read full review
"I have used these for a long time and they suit me well"
Trusted Customer | Posted 6 months ago | Read full review
Each capsule contains:
Vitamin A (296 IU)
177 mcg
(as Beta Carotene)
Vitamin D3 (150 IU)
3.8 mcg
76 %
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Calcium Citrate, Magnesium Citrate, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (capsule), Green Tea, Orthosilicic Acid, Choline Chloride, Menaquinone 7 Beta Carotene Powder, Manganese Citrate, Cholecalciferol, Boric Acid, Methylcobalamin.

This product may contain up to 5 mg per capsule of naturally occurring caffeine (<0.7% of total capsule contents).

No Gluten Containing IngredientsNo Gluten Containing Ingredients
No Nut Containing IngredientsNo Nut Containing Ingredients
Recommended dose 3 capsules twice per day with food. The stated recommended dose can be changed as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Do not exceed this recommended dose. Consume within 3 months of opening.
If pregnant or breast feeding, consult your health care practitioner before using. Not suitable for vegans. This product should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
Store in a cool, dry place out of reach of children.
Serving size: 1 capsule