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    Supps for bone strength


    Fish oil is good as a joint lube but are there any supps out there for bone health? Would Osteo-Sport by App Nut be a good one?

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    Especially since most pwo's nowadays contain stims that deplete and or release Calcium.
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    I would recommend Cissus. Used to be used for mending broken bones a few hundred years ago and it has very positive effects on healing tendons and ligaments as well. Get a lot of calcium and vitamin d in your diet as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aluchez View Post
    Fish oil is good as a joint lube but are there any supps out there for bone health? Would Osteo-Sport by App Nut be a good one?
    Osteo-Sport would be more for overall joint health and wouldn't exert much effect on your bone health.

    I would say Calcium and Vitamin D would be the best bets.
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    calcium,vitamin d, vitamin k
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    The vitamin route, like most above have suggested, is probably your best bet for bone strength.

    If you're looking for joint specific help, you could look at cissus quadrangularis products like iForce Joint Help (this has other ingredients as well, but is primarily cissus) or SNS Cissus XT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    I would recommend Cissus. Used to be used for mending broken bones a few hundred years ago and it has very positive effects on healing tendons and ligaments as well. Get a lot of calcium and vitamin d in your diet as well.
    I have read that about Cissus as well. There's that or Calcium and Vitamin D. Make sure if you buy a Calcium product, it contains D as that would help with the absorption of the Calcium.
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    Cissus, D3, Vit. K MK7
  

  
 

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