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Bone and Joint Health

Client Success Story – Laura Harris

Laura Harris is a 42-year-old woman living in London, UK who was diagnosed with osteoporosis in her lumbar spine. Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue, which can lead to increased risk of fracture. In January of 2018, Laura’s bone mass test revealed a sobering result; her T- Score was -2.5, the borderline for osteoporosis. Worried about the potential for a compression fracture in her spine that could lead to extreme pain and curvature of her spine, Laura began religiously taking AOR supplements, including Lactoferrin and Bone Dynamics. A little over a year

What Supplements Should Men Over 30 Take?

If you’re a man over the age of 30, you’ve probably started noticing that you don’t always feel as young as you used to. There will be some days when you wake up feeling energized and others when you feel like you’re ten times older than you are. If you feel like your bones are starting to “creak,” it’s time to take some supplements that are perfect for men over 30. Bone and Joint Support It’s not your imagination. Men over 30 do experience some loss of bone and joint integrity. This can be caused by years of poor dietary

What Supplements Should Women Over 40 Take?

A woman is constantly busy in her 40’s. You may be juggling a lot of responsibilities; from taking care of kids, managing a career, caring for your home and spending quality time with your husband. Where do your needs fit in? Looking and feeling your best into your 40s is a combination of staying active, eating right and supplementing with nutrients your body may be lacking at this age. Here’s a rundown of supplements that women over 40 should consider. B-Complex The list of natural supplements for women in their 40s should include B-Complex, such as AOR’s Advanced B Complex. Aging

How Astaxanthin Supports Your Health

Astaxanthin is a natural compound and antioxidant that belongs to the carotenoid family. Found naturally in seafood, algae, and plants, this keto-carotenoid is said to be one of the most beneficial compounds to consume on a regular basis. From skincare to eye health, and from neurological benefits to anti-inflammatory properties, astaxanthin brings an array of advantages to the table for its users. Here are a few benefits of astaxanthin to help you understand how exactly this natural compound supports your health, and how could it contribute to your and your loved ones’ well-being. It is Exceptional for Skincare Since it

Strontium Citrate Demonstrates its Safety and Effectiveness

Introduction to Strontium In 2002, AOR introduced the world’s first strontium citrate as a dietary supplement for bone health. There have been some recent concerns about strontium’s safety as well as a lack of information regarding strontium citrate. The goal of this article is to discuss the foundations of such concerns and to increase awareness about new research on the safety and effectiveness of strontium citrate. Strontium is a natural element. In nature, it is found in highest amounts in the ocean and consequently in certain bony fish. 99% of the strontium found in the human body is in the

Nitric Oxide and Bone Cell Formation

Nitric Oxide (NO) is a simple molecule consisting of one atom of nitrogen and one of oxygen, making it even simpler than water. Research into the effects of this small but important molecule began in the 1970’s when scientists started to examine why blood vessels relaxed when certain compounds were added. In 1998, 20-some years after this research first began, a Nobel Prize was awarded to these researchers for their breakthrough discoveries regarding NO. Over the last two decades NO research has continued to grow, and there has been an exponential increase in the number of publications on this fascinating

Choosing the Right Calcium Supplement

We know that several factors are important for bone health such as a healthy diet and lifestyle which includes the avoidance of smoking and excess caffeine, sodium and alcohol. Proper intake of several bone building nutrients, one of which is calcium, is also important. But don’t forget, in order for calcium to be efficiently used by the body, many nutrient cofactors are necessary such as vitamin D, vitamin K, magnesium, boron and others. Ensuring that you are taking the best form of calcium for your body will not only benefit your bones, but will also save you from spending money

Bone Health Nutrients

Calcium is only one of many different components necessary to help build and maintain strong bones. It accounts for approximately 20% of the entire makeup of bone, while the other 80% is made up of phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, and many other minerals, as well as collagen protein. Several other bone building nutrients that significantly influence bone building and bone health include: magnesium, boron, strontium, vitamin D, vitamin K and Milk Basic Protein. This article presents a snapshot of the most important bone health nutrients and their roles in influencing bone development. The Many Roles of Calcium Calcium is a mineral

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