Bone Restore Women's Minerals

Bone Restore, 120 caps

Get comprehensive bone support

Item #01726 120 Capsules 4 per serving In Stock
Bone Restore Women's Minerals

Bone Restore, 120 caps

Get comprehensive bone support

Item #01726 120 Capsules 4 per serving In Stock

For you, if you desire a comprehensive support for healthy bone density and strength

The powerful formula of Bone Restore can:
  • Support bone and joint strength
  • Promote healthy bone formation
  • Improve calcium absorption, thanks to vitamin D3

Most people don't take enough calcium to make up for the amounts of calcium that are lost when we age. Life Extension created Bone Restore, a powerful formula that provides three types of highly absorbable calcium, along with a variety of nutrients that help to absorb calcium properly, such as vitamin D3, magnesium, boron, zinc and silicon, among others.

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Product details "Bone Restore, 120 caps"

Throughout life, cells known as osteoblasts construct bone matrix and fill it with calcium. At the same time, other cells, called osteoclasts, work to tear down and resorb bone. This fine balance is regulated by many factors, including systemic hormones and cytokines. 

Bone mass reaches its peak by the middle of the third decade of life and plateaus for about ten years. During this time bone turnover is constant, with bone formation approximately equalling bone resorption.

As we age, this fine balance is lost. As women experience more hormone levels shifts than men, the osteoclasts gain the upper hand and bone mass begins to decrease. A part of it is lost before women reach menopause, yet the rate of loss can increase up to tenfold during the first five years after menopause. 

Bone density loss is not just associated with calcium deficiency, but also with an insufficient intake of nutrients, including magnesium and vitamin D3. For the benefits of calcium in maintaining healthy bones adequate amounts of vitamin D3, zinc, magnesium, manganese and other nutrients should be available. That helps calcium and phosphorus to be incorporated into the bone matrix. Another problem is that many forms of calcium are not particularly well absorbed.

Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body, primarily found in bones and teeth. In bone formation, calcium forms crystals that provide strength to maturing bone. While loss of bone mineral density is more common for women, ageing men can experience it too. Both groups may have significant deficits of magnesium, if they do not supplement. 

Bone Restore now contains 300 mg of magnesium. Magnesium is not only needed to maintain strong bones, but it is critical to promoting a healthy vascular system. In fact, magnesium is critical for facilitating hundreds of enzymatic reactions that our bodies require to maintain optimal health.

To overcome obstacles that hinder optimal calcium status, Life Extension offers a proprietary mineral formula, Bone Restore, designed to support healthy bone density and strength. This product provides 700 milligrams of elemental calcium from three different forms, along with the critically important nutrients (magnesium, boron, zinc, silicon, manganese and vitamin D3), needed for healthy bones. 

Moreover, Bone Restore provides calcium in capsule form to ensure that it breaks down fully in the digestive tract, for better absorption.

The boron in this formula, called FruiteX B® OsteoBoron®, is a boron/carbohydrate complex, similar to what is found in fruits and vegetables. While being more bioavailable than boron citrate, it has been proven to have beneficial effects on the strength of bones and joints. It is recommended to not take calcium and other minerals with fibre, because fibre can interfere with their absorption. 

There is evidence that calcium from supplements and dairy foods may inhibit iron absorption. However, it has been very difficult to distinguish between the effects of calcium on iron absorption and other inhibitory factors, such as phytate. 

Calcium supplements are best taken during meals. They should always be taken with a full glass of water, juice or other liquid to enhance solubility. If calcium-containing formulas are taken only once per day, they may be best taken in the evening.

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Supplement Facts

Serving size 4 capsules

Servings per container 30

Amount per serving

Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol) (1000 IU†)

25 mcg

Calcium (from calcium carbonate, calcium citrate, malate, calcium bisglycinate)

700 mg

Magnesium (as magnesium oxide)

300 mg

Zinc (as zinc amino acid chelate)

2 mg

Manganese (as manganese amino acid chelate)

1 mg

Silicon [from horsetail (Equisetum arvense) extract (herb)]

5 mg

Boron (calcium fructoborate as patented Fruitex B® OsteoBoron®)

3 mg

Other ingredients: vegetable cellulose (capsule), microcrystalline cellulose, maltodextrin, silica, modified food starch, vegetable stearate


Fruitex B® and OsteoBoron® are registered trademarks of VDF Futureceuticals, Inc. U.S. Patent No. 5,962,049. 

†IU = international units

Dosage and use
  • Take four (4) capsules daily.
  • Scientific studies suggest calcium supplementation in divided doses, with food in the morning and evening, may yield the best results. 
  • Maintaining an optimal vitamin D blood level also helps to maximise calcium absorption. 

  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Do not exceed recommended dose.
  • Do not purchase if outer seal is broken or damaged.
  • If you are undergoing treatment for a medical condition or if you are pregnant or lactating, please, consult your medical practitioner first.
  • A food supplement should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Store tightly closed in a cool, dry place.

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