Natural calcium from mineralised seaweed plus vitamin and mineral cofactors required for bone health.
- People who want to support healthy bone development
- Men and women looking to support healthy bone ageing
- Nutrients to support the body with bone repair
- Bone support for menopausal/post menopausal women
Clinicians BoneCare Complete contains a research
based combination of vitamins and minerals needed to support healthy bones. The minerals in this formula are highly bioavailable and the calcium comes from Aquamin® – a red algae that is also rich in trace mineral and shown to be better utilised than calcium carbonate (chalk) forms
Optimal bone health requires more than Calcium and Vitamin D. Many people are unaware that other key minerals like Magnesium, Boron, Zinc and Manganese are also required as part of bone structure or are needed to support mineral utilisation or entry in the bone. Vitamins D and K are also required to support this process.
Each capsule contains:
|Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol)||5||mcg|
|Vitamin K1 (phytomenadione)||250||mcg|
|Boron (from boron citrate)||375||mcg|
|Calcium (from Lithothamnion calcarerum)||125||mg|
|Magnesium (from magnesium citrate)||53.8||mg|
|Manganese (from manganese amino acid chelate)||750||mcg|
|Zinc (from zinc amino acid chelate)||2.5||mg|
Aquamin® also contains trace minerals typically consisting of the following per capsule: Boron 12mcg, Copper 2mcg, Iodine 12mcg, Iron 250mcg, Magnesium 9mg, Manganese 27mcg, Potassium 1.7mg, Silicon 0.5mg, Sodium 1.2mg,Strontium 0.7mg, Sulphur 2.2mg, Zinc 5mcg.
No Added: Artificial flavours, sweeteners or preservatives
Adults: Take 2 capsules twice daily with food.
- Not to be taken during pregnancy or taking anticoagulant medication such as warfarin, without medical advice.
- Avoid use during pregnancy due to the vitamin K content.
- Considered well tolerated at the level recommended. The Aquamin® content in Clinician’s BoneCare Complete is well tolerated and without any significant side effects.
Not to be taken if pregnant or taking anticoagulant medication, without medical advice.
Anticoagulants – Vitamin K and magnesium may interfere with the absorption of these medications and reduce the efficacy of anticoagulants. Monitor coagulation levels, particularly at the start of supplementation.
Antidysrhythmic medication – high doses of calcium may cause arrythmia’s when combined with digoxin.
Bisphosphonates – supplementation with calcium and magnesium decrease absorption of these medications, take at least 2 hours apart.
Calcium channel blockers – high dose calcium supplementation and vitamin D may reduce the effectiveness of these medications.
HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors – Vitamin D may reduce the bioavailability of lipitor, exercise caution if combining.
Quinolone and tetracycline antibiotics – minerals in Clinicians BoneCare Complete Caps can form insoluble complexes reducing antibiotic absorption. Take these medications at least 2 hours apart from mineral containing supplements.
Thiazide diuretics – decrease the excretion of calcium. Monitor calcium levels if used together to avoid hypercalcaemia.
Thyroid hormone replacement therapy – calcium may reduce absorption of levothyroxine, take at least 4 hours apart.