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Doctor's Best, Calcium Bone Maker Complex with MCHCal, 180 Capsules

Item # : 1199
Manufacturer SKU : 753950002456
Product Code : DB0245
Package Details : 180 Capsules
Serving Size : 6 Capsules
Serving per Container : This bottle will last for 30 Days
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Doctor's Best, Calcium Bone Maker Complex with MCHCal, 180 Capsules
Price(र)  : 3632.00

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Bone is a living tissue, and this formula supplies key bone nutrients in their most bioactive forms. Ossein microcrystalline hydroxyapatite complex supplies organic calcium with natural bone growth factors. Vitamin C assists bone matrix formation. Vitamin D and K are crucial to matrix calcification, along with magnesium, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese, and boron. Calcium Bone Maker Complex represents the most advanced clinical understanding of bone health.
Broad nutrient spectrum for healthy bone replacement.
Optimized to ensure safe and effective calcium utilization.
No magnesium oxide or other poorly absorbed ingredients.
Promotes skeletal, muscular, overall health and well-being.


Suggested Use:

Take 6 capsules daily, in divided doses after meals.


Supplement Facts:

Serving Size: 6 Capsules

Servings Per Container: 30 Serving


Amount per serving

% Daily Value

Potassium (from potassium citrate)

99 mg


Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)

250 mg


Calcium (from microcrystalline hydroxyapatite)

600 mg


Vitamin D (as D3, cholecalciferol)

1800 IU


Vitamin K (as K2, MK-7/menaquinone-7)

80 mcg


Magnesium (from dimagnesium malate)

300 mg


Zinc (from zinc monomethionine)

12 mg


Copper (from copper gluconate)

1200 mcg


Manganese (from manganese citrate)

2 mg


Microcrystalline hydroxyapatite

2727 mg

Boron (from boron citrate)

4 mg

† Daily Value not established.

Other Ingredients:

Rice flour, magnesium stearate, gelatin (capsule).

Contains nothing other than listed ingredients.


Q. What are the sources of  Calcium?
A.The food that provide Calcium are as follows:
Yoghurt, Orange juice, Mozzarella, Broccoli, Tofu, Milk , Butter milk, Salmon, Kale, Turnip greens.

Q.What function does calcium have in the body?  
A.Calcium is a mineral used for numerous functions, including building bones and teeth, muscle contraction, blood clotting, maintenance of cell membranes, and nerve transmission.1 Because most of the calcium in the body is found in the skeleton, calcium’s critical function in maintaining bone health receives much attention. 

Q.What are the effects of calcium deficiency?  
A.Adequate intake of calcium is essential for maximizing bone density. Therefore, an inadequate intake of calcium can adversely influence bone formation and may contribute to osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a decrease in bone density and strength that results in increased susceptibility to bone fractures. It is a debilitating disease most commonly found in postmenopausal women; however, men are also at risk for this disease. In the United States osteoporosis affects an estimated 35 percent of post-menopausal Caucasian women.2 Osteoporosis cannot be cured; it can only be prevented or its progression delayed. The best ways to prevent the disease are to build strong bones early in life by eating a well-balanced, calcium-rich diet, and by making weight-bearing exercise a regular routine.

Q.How does it work?
A.The bones and teeth contain over 99% of the calcium in the human body. Calcium is also found in the blood, muscles, and other tissue. Calcium in the bones can be used as a reserve that can be released into the body as needed. The concentration of calcium in the body tends to decline as we age because it is released from the body through sweat, skin cells, and waste. In addition, as women age, absorption of calcium tends to decline due to reduced estrogen levels. Calcium absorption can vary depending on race, gender, and age. Bones are always breaking down and rebuilding, and calcium is needed for this process. Taking extra calcium helps the bones rebuild properly and stay strong.

Q.What are the uses of calcium?
A.Raising calcium levels in people who have low calcium.
Preventing low calcium levels.
Reversing high potassium levels, when given intravenously (by IV).
Use as an antacid as calcium carbonate.
Reducing phosphate levels in people with kidney disease.

Q.What are the side effects of the calcium?
A. Special Precautions & Warnings:
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Calcium is LIKELY SAFE when used in recommended amounts during pregnancy and breast-feeding.
High levels of phosphate in the blood (hyperphosphatemia) or low levels of phosphate in the blood (hypophosphatemia): Calcium and phosphate have to be in balance in the body. Taking too much calcium can throw this balance off and cause harm. Don’t take extra calcium without your health provider’s supervision.
Under-active thyroid (hypothyroidism): Calcium can interfere with thyroid hormone replacement treatment. Separate calcium and thyroid medications by at least 4 hours.
Too much calcium in the blood (as in parathyroid gland disorders and sarcoidosis): Calcium should be avoided if you have one of these conditions.

Q.What happens if I don't get enough calcium?
A.Insufficient intakes of calcium do not produce obvious symptoms in the short term because the body maintains calcium levels in the blood by taking it from bone. Over the long term, intakes of calcium below recommended levels have health consequences, such as causing low bone mass (osteopenia) and increasing the risks ofosteoporosis and bone fractures. Symptoms of serious calcium deficiency include numbness and tingling in the fingers, convulsions, and abnormal heart rhythms that can lead to death if not corrected. These symptoms occur almost always in people with serious health problems or who are undergoing certain medical treatments.

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