Bone Health. Your bones deserve more
Why use us?
We are committed to providing the absolute best quality tablets to each and every one of our customers. We continue to grow while staying true to our original mission — to give you, the customer, a winning bone health tablet that you can rely on.
An essential health supplement which benefits not just bones but digestion, blood, nerves and muscles!
Calcium is one of the most abundant minerals in the human body. It is essential for normal growth and bone development during childhood and maintains the health of bones and teeth throughout life.
A lesser-known function of calcium is its contribution to the digestive system, which helps the metabolism to harness energy efficiently. Calcium also assists with the process of cell division, as it enables regular blood clotting, and even aids neurotransmission and muscle function!
This incredible mineral is available in the following mixed calcium tablets, combined with other supplements for an added boost. The unique characteristic of this product is that it contains a patented version of Vitamin K2 that guarantees stability of the active ingredients throughout the shelf life of the product.
Calcium, vitamin D3 and K are the three ingredients essential for bone health. Calcium is needed for building a strong bone matrix, Vitamin D3 aids the absorption of calcium into the blood, where it can be put to work, and Vitamin K activates the proteins that integrate calcium into bones. Calcium and vitamin D3 alone, without vitamin K, will not ensure the proper function of calcium for the maintenance of healthy bones. It is crucial to also make sure that the Vitamin K used in the formulation is the stable and efficient variety, such as K2-MK7, as this ingredient has a very specific purpose: Vitamin K2 puts calcium where it is needed – into bones, not arteries.
Bullock’s Bone Health Tablets
Gluten Free and why it is important.
We’ve been the company you can turn to when you need the right bone health tablet. As a family-owned and operated company that has personal experience of living with Celiac we work closely together and understand the value of helping you due to the harmful effects of eating gluten products and bone fragility.
People who have celiac disease, anorexia or bulimia are at risk of bone loss. In addition, stomach surgery (gastrectomy), weight-loss surgery and conditions such as Crohn’s disease, and Cushing’s disease can affect your body’s ability to absorb calcium.
Physical activity. People who are physically inactive have a higher risk of osteoporosis than do their more-active counterparts.
Tobacco and alcohol use. Research suggests that tobacco use contributes to weak bones. Similarly, regularly having more than two alcoholic drinks a day increases the risk of osteoporosis, possibly because alcohol can interfere with the body’s ability to absorb calcium.
Gender. You’re at greater risk of osteoporosis if you’re a woman, because women have less bone tissue than do men.
Size.You’re also at risk if you’re extremely thin (with a body mass index of 19 or less) or have a small body frame because you might have less bone mass to draw from as you age.
Age.Your bones become thinner and weaker as you age.
Race and family history. You’re at greatest risk of osteoporosis if you’re white or of Asian descent. In addition, having a parent or sibling who has osteoporosis puts you at greater risk — especially if you also have a family history of fractures.
Hormone levels.Too much thyroid hormone can cause bone loss. In women, bone loss increases dramatically at menopause due to dropping estrogen levels. Prolonged absence of menstruation (amenorrhea) before menopause also increases the risk of osteoporosis. In men, low testosterone levels can cause a loss of bone mass.
Certain medications.Long-term use of corticosteroid medications, such as prednisone, cortisone, prednisolone and dexamethasone, are damaging to bone. Other drugs that might increase the risk of osteoporosis include aromatase inhibitors to treat breast cancer, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, methotrexate, some anti-seizure medications, such as phenytoin (Dilantin) and phenobarbital, and proton pump inhibitors.
We were skeptical about bone tablets. I nearly lost my life to Celiac and suffered constant aching pain in my hips and bones as a result of my illness. After trying these tablets my pain was greatly decreased. I’m not saying they are a miracle tablet but I can only express my gratitude to the massive reduction in pain I now have.
I thought “what a load of rubbish, these tablets won’t work on me.” From constant pain to almost no pain is a miracle to me.
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