Doctor's Best® Calcium Bone Maker® Complex with MCH-Cal™
This calcium complex provides key bone nutrients in their most bioactive forms. Includes Vitamin C and Vitamin D3 to help support the absorption of calcium in the bone, while vitamin K2 helps direct the calcium to the bones.BUY NOW
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Doctor's Best Calcium Bone Maker® Complex provides key bone nutrients in their most bioactive forms. Along with vitamin C, vitamin D3 and vitamin K2, this formula contains MCH-Cal™, a bovine bone extract from pristine New Zealand free range, pasture fed and BSE free cattle. See Learn More–References tab for more information.
MCH-Cal™ is carefully processed from bovine bone raised in New Zealand. It contains many nutrients to build healthy bone. “Waitaki Biosciences MCH-Cal is manufactured only from safe, natural raw material sources—New Zealand free range, pasture fed and BSE free cattle. Published scientific research on whole bone microcrystalline hydroxyapatite (MCHA), demonstrates its effectiveness at slowing loss of bone mineral density in post-menopausal women, improving symptoms of bone pain in those with osteoporosis and slowing the progression of osteoporosis. Research has also shown that it works well as a complementary therapy to drug treatments such as raloxifene and estradiol. (Pelayo 2008, Castelo-Branco 1999, Pines 1984) Supplementing with whole bone MCHA was found to be more effective at improving loss of bone mineral density than the equivalent dose of calcium carbonate or calcium gluconate in several studies. (Ruegsegger 1995, Annefeld 1986, Epstein 1982) It is important to note that this research does not apply to bone meal products, or synthetic hydroxyapatites, where the protein is either totally absent, or largely destroyed by excessive heat or other harsh treatments. Waitaki’s own independent research includes an animal model of post menopausal bone loss. Using this model, daily supplementation with MCH-Cal over a six month period was shown to reduce loss of bone mineral density compared to control animals receiving a standard diet. Bone density measurements improved across lumbar spine and femur bone sites in ovariectomised rats. Improvements were seen at both 13 and 26 week assessments by DEXA scanning.” https://www.waitakibio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/MCH-Cal-Product-Brochure.pdf