The strength of your bones depends on the status of your “bone density”, which is a measurement of how much calcium and other minerals are present in your bones. Your bone density is highest between age 25 and 35 and then declines naturally after that.*
For decades, we’ve heard “calcium for strong bones”... and it’s true, inadequate calcium intake can lead to decreased bone density, making them weak and vulnerable to breaks.*
However, Calcium can’t act alone, it needs two other nutrients to help it function properly.
The first one is Vitamin D -- the “sunshine vitamin” -- that gets produced by your skin when you’re in the sunlight, and is responsible for ensuring you have the correct level of calcium present in your blood.*
The second one is a little-known vitamin that controls where calcium goes in your body, and sadly, it doesn’t get the attention it deserves...
I’m talking about Vitamin K2, a fat-soluble vitamin that is an absolute requirement for calcium absorption in the bones. Vitamin K2 activates the protein (osteocalcin) that is responsible for drawing calcium into the bones where it belongs.*
BONUS BENEFIT: Because Vitamin K2 works as calcium’s chaperone, it not only helps get calcium into your bones, but it also keeps calcium out of the areas it doesn’t belong, such as your heart, soft tissues, and arteries making this nutrient critical for cardiovascular health.*
That’s why we formulated the NEW Jigsaw Vitamin K2 + E Complex utilizing the ONLY Vitamin K that is clinically supported and patented.
This unique complex also includes a full-spectrum natural Vitamin E complex -- a blend of natural mixed tocopherols and tocotrienols, important for supporting neurological performance and protects the aging brain, as well as your cell membranes and DNA.*
Sources: (1) “Calcium and Bones: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia.” MedlinePlus, U.S. National Library of Medicine, medlineplus.gov/ency/article/002062.htm.