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Teeth and Bones

Nutrition for collagen & mineralisation

Our bones contain a collagen matrix as a framework for key minerals. Our teeth similarly need a strong external mineral structure to remain healthy.

Incorporating the right vitamins and minerals into your diet can help support bones and teeth, guarding against osteoporosis, breakages and caries.

Vitamin D3 4000 IU Cholecalciferol 425 Softgels (14 month supply) Vitamin D3 4000 IU Cholecalciferol 425 Softgels (14 month supply)
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Vitamin D3 4000 IU Cholecalciferol 425 Softgels (14 month supply)

Vitamin D helps keep bones, teeth and muscles healthy by controlling the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body. A lack of vitamin D can cause a painful bone condition called osteomalacia.

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Magnesium Glycinate - 1500mg High Strength Providing 300mg Elementa...

Magnesium helps make sure the parathyroid glands, which produce hormones important for bone health, work normally. They control the placing of calcium in the bones. 

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Magnesium Citrate 1480mg Providing 444mg Elemental Magnesium per Se...

Magnesium helps make sure the parathyroid glands, which produce hormones important for bone health, work normally. They control the placing of calcium in the bones. Magnesium Citrate is also a mild laxative. 

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Vitamin K2 MK-7, 100mcg, 120 Capsules

Vitamin K helps prevent fractures and osteoporosis. It is essential for the body to make osteocalcin, a protein which keeps bones strong. It can help build new dentine in the teeth and slow down tooth decay.

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Glucosamine Chondroitin MSM Complex Glucosamine Chondroitin MSM Complex
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Glucosamine Chondroitin MSM Complex

Glucosamine supplements may help prevent the progression of osteoporosis. Glucosamine appears to help reduce the weakening of bones by supporting healthy bone growth.

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Zinc Gluconate Tablets - 25mg

Zinc powers enzymes and is thought to play a key role in building bones and teeth, and maintaining strong bone tissue. It helps form the collagen matrix in bones, and harden it with minerals including calcium.

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Gentle Iron Bisglycinate - 28mg

Iron is essential for building the collagen in our bones, and iron deficiency is associated with weak and brittle teeth and bones. 

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Vitamin A | 10,000 IU | 400 Softgels

Vitamin A is important to build strong, healthy bones. Both osteoblasts (bone building cells) and osteoclasts (bone breaking down cells) are influenced by vitamin A. It also helps produce saliva to maintain healthy gums. 

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Bovine Collagen Peptides Powder

The bones are made from a collagen matrix which is strong and flexible. Collagen supplements contain the protein building blocks for human collagen, and are thought to trigger a response in the body to repair and regenerate its own collagen tissues. 

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Marine Collagen Complex | 1000mg | 9 Powerful Nutrients | Advanced ...

Collagen supplements contain the nutrients for building human collagen, and are thought to trigger a response in the body to repair and regenerate its own collagen tissues. Our Marine collagen supplement is boosted with 7 vitamins that help generate collagen and youthful skin.

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Brighter Life Nutrition Combo Brighter Life Nutrition Combo
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Brighter Life Nutrition Combo

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Remember

As always, it's important to consult your doctor before starting new supplements, especially if you have underlying health conditions or are taking prescription medicines.

Daily Care for Your Teeth

Don't forget the importance of good dental hygiene.

Tooth decay is caused initially by acids, produced by bacteria in our mouths as they feed on the sugar we eat. Once the acids have dissolved holes in our teeth, harmful bacteria accumulate in the recesses where the acid and damage accelerate.

Brush your teeth first thing in the morning to remove bacteria before you eat anything.

Avoid having sugary foods unless you are able to brush your teeth right afterwards.

The acid from fizzy drinks will dissolve your teeth as harmfully as stomach acid.

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