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Bone Become More FRAGILE?

Bones are more than what you think : 
- Bones are not just solid structure Skeleton.
- Bones renew and grow stronger with healthy lifestyle.
- Bones and immune cells are closely linked.
- Important Facts: At age of 30, our bones mass decreases. As we age, our bones tend to shrink & less efficient in calcium absorption.

Is your bones More Fragile now?

Many would think that bones are still healthy until fracture happens. The following are factors that affects your bone health.

With fragile bones, you might lose your balance easily, which also increases your fracture risk! Research shows one with a history of injurious fall, will have 64% higher fracture risk. By 2050, 310% men & 240% women worldwide will suffer from osteoporotic fractures.
Are you getting enough CALCIUM?
Recommended daily calcium intake for Malaysians:
Children 1-3 years: 700mg
Children 4-9 years: 1000mg
Adolescent 10-18 years: 1300mg
Men 19 years & older: 1000mg
Women 19-50 years: 1000mg
Women 51 years & older: 1200mg
Pregnancy & Lactation: 1000mg
Research shows Malaysians average calcium is only 357mg/day - 397.2mg/day
Did you know that you can STRENGTHEN YOUR BONES & DIGESTION with a high calcium formula that is enriched with Vitamin D, digestive enzymes, colostrum & probiotics?
This information is provided for education purposes only. It should not be used to substitute medical diagnosis.
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Posted On: 10/08/2020

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