Calcium is essential for proper health of bones and teeth, but without other nutrients it is ineffective.
Dr. Susan E. Brown reports there are 20 nutrients our body does not produce, so we must receive them through our diet or supplementation. “None of these nutrients does its work in isolation — you need some of each and every one, so they can all work together to keep your bones standing strong all your life long.”
Calcium and Magnesium top the list with a variety of other minerals, while Vitamin D is the key vitamin needed for proper calcium absorption. View Dr. Brown’s list of essential nutrients for healthy bones. Learn more about in this scientific study about the important role of Vitamin D with calcium absorption.
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