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Bone Supplement Stacks Guide
The supplements in this bone supplement stack are those that are known to increase in bone parameters such as bone mineral density and bone tensile strength. The supplements below have also been related to a reduced risk of falls in the elderly.
Stack #1: Bone Supplement Stack
Take vitamin D (2,000 IU) and vitamin K (up to 1,000 mcg K1, or 200 mcg MK-7), taken with the first meal of the day.
Calcium and magnesium should only be supplemented after a dietary evaluation. How?
Track what you eat for a week, taking note of calcium and magnesium levels in your food.
Compare your magnesium intake with the recommended daily intake (RDI) for your gender and age.
If you are getting 80 - 100% of your RDI on average, you do not need to supplement calcium or magnesium.
Calcium and magnesium should only be supplemented if dietary modifications to improve calcium and magnesium levels are not an option.
Magnesium can interfere with the absorption of several pharmaceuticals unless taken two hours before or four hours after the drug. These pharmaceuticals include calcium channel blockers (CCBs), bisphosphonates, and quinolone and tetracycline antibiotics.
Calcium can affect the absorption of several pharmaceuticals that affect bone health. Talk to your medical doctor if you are taking bisphosphonates, calcium channel blockers (CCBs), levothyroxine, certain diuretics, digoxin, tetracycline or quinolone antibiotics.
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