Designed to help the body with building bone strength and structural integrity.
Designed to help the body with building bone strength and structural integrity.
Stron BONE™ & Joint Video
Strontium is a key mineral which naturally occurs in the bones, but only recently has its amazing benefits in helping the body promote strong, healthy bones been documented. Stron BONE™ contains the same amount of elemental strontium as shown effective in recent research.1,2 In addition, a balanced blend of supportive bone-development nutrients are included along with glucosamine, MSM, and hyaluronic acid to provide the body with supplementary assistance to healthy joints.†
What does a 41% decrease in fracture risk mean to you? It means the ability to absorb more impact. It means the ability to bounce back from an accident. In a study posted in the New England Journal of Medicine, a dose of 680mg of strontium ranelate (the same amount of elemental strontium as found in Stron BONE) demonstrated this remarkable decrease in fracture risk.1 Another study demonstrated over a 30% increase in bone density when taken as part of a regimen that included calcium.2 Whether you are a fighter looking to build hands of steel, an enthusiast of any adventure sport where taking a fall is a hazard of the ride, or simply want to have the strongest bones and smoothest joints possible, Stron BONE is a one stop revolution for your skeletal system.†
“When I fractured my rib, I took Stron BONE daily. Some good medical care plus some time to heal and today, it feels like it never happened.”
Strontium is a natural constituent of certain whole grains and fish and has chemical properties most similar to calcium. There is generally a limited abundance of strontium in processed foods, which may contribute to loss of bone mass over time.3 Though the use of strontium as a recommended dietary supplement dates back to 1890, recent double-blinded, placebo-controlled studies have demonstrated its bone strengthening properties. How does it work? Strontium may positively promote pre-osteoblast replication, increasing the number of cells that eventually execute the role of bone-forming processes. Simultaneously, strontium can inhibit the differentiation of osteoclasts, the bone cells that break down bone tissue in order to increase blood calcium concentration. Lastly, strontium supplementation can help the body increase collagen synthesis that cannot be replicated with calcium supplementation alone.†
“When skiing 80mph on a sheet of ice, it's good to have a little production for the skeleton.”
Maintaining healthy connective tissue between bones is imperative for athletic performance, flexibility, and helping the body to minimize pain. Stron BONE combines three well studied natural compounds targeted at the joints. N-acetyl D-glucosamine acts by stimulating the metabolism of chondrocytes within synovial tissue, helping minimize the degradation between bones.4 Methysulfonlymenthane (MSM) is another naturally derived compound that is present in high concentrations in skin, hair, and connective tissue. A 2011 study supplemented subjects with issues relating to the knee and found improvements in physical function and decreased levels of pain after 12 weeks.5 Lastly, hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring polysaccharide present in skin, eyes, and joints and highly-concentrated in soft connective tissue. It plays a diverse role mediating key cellular processes, including regeneration of tissue, cell signaling and construction of the extracellular matrix.†6
“I had nagging knee issues until I started taking Stron BONE. Now surf is back up!”
 Meunier PJ, Roux C, Seeman E, Ortolani S, Badurski JE, Spector TD, Cannata J, Balogh A, Lemmel EM, Pors-Nielsen S, et al: The effects of strontium ranelate on the risk of vertebral fracture in women with postmenopausal osteoporosis. N Engl J Med 2004, 350:459-468.
 Reginster JY: Strontium ranelate in osteoporosis. Curr Pharm Des 2002, 8:1907-1916.
 Cashman KD: Diet, nutrition, and bone health. J Nutr 2007, 137:2507S-2512S.
 Igarashi M, Sakamoto K, Nagaoka I: Effect of glucosamine, a therapeutic agent for osteoarthritis, on osteoblastic cell differentiation. Int J Mol Med, 28:373-379.
 Debbi EM, Agar G, Fichman G, Ziv YB, Kardosh R, Halperin N, Elbaz A, Beer Y, Debi R: Efficacy of methylsulfonylmethane supplementation on osteoarthritis of the knee: a randomized controlled study. BMC Complement Altern Med, 11:50.
 Volpi N, Schiller J, Stern R, Soltes L: Role, metabolism, chemical modifications
Strontium, a mineral related to calcium on the periodic table of elements, is an integral part of bone composition. Recent studies have shown strontium supplementation, when combined with a regimen of calcium supplementation have increased bone density and reduced fracture risk substantially.† For more information on strontium, click here.
(Boron Citrate, N-Acetyl D-Glucosamine, MSM, Hyaluronic Acid)
Boron Citrate: Boron is another trace mineral that plays an integral part in supporting healthy bones. Assisting the body in maintaining healthy levels of calcium, magnesium, and vitamin D.6—9, without adequate boron these bone—essential minerals may start to be lost through urination, one study finds.†
N-Acetyl D-Glucosamine: Glucosamine as a naturally occurring chemical that may help the body form other chemicals that make bones, joints and cartilages stronger. It is one of the most popular treatments for joint stiffness in the world, and is widely prescribed for joint health.†
MSM: Sulfur is critical to good joint health, and MSM is thought to deliver sulfur to the body in a usable way. Sulfur helps the body maintain the structure of connective tissue by forming cross—linkages through disulfide bonds. In simpler terms, MSM may provide the sulfur that strengthens the tissues that make up the joint. †
Hyaluronic Acid: Hyaluronic Acid is present in every tissue of the body but it is most concentrated in the synovial fluid which bathes the joints. Supplementation with HA may help the body provide cushioning in the joints and carry nutrients to nourish and replenish cartilage.†
Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body with approximately 50% of total body magnesium being found in bone. In addition to the myriad other health benefits, having strong magnesium levels is vital to maintaining a healthy skeletal system.†
Vitamin D3 is vital to maintaining proper blood levels of calcium and phosphorous, in addition to assisting with cardiovascular health. It is provided to the body both through sunlight and nutritional sources.
Vitamin E is an essential fat—soluble nutrient and antioxidant. Its primary function is to help the immune system however there is some evidence available that supplementing with vitamin E may help to decrease joint discomfort.†
Potassium is an essential mineral that helps support strong bones partly by allowing your body to maintain its calcium stores inside your bones. When the level of metabolic acids in your body rises, your body removes calcium from your bones to combat the imbalance. Over time, this process can weaken your bones. Potassium neutralizes those excess metabolic acids, negating the need for calcium and leaving your bones intact.†
Derived from pepper, and containing high levels of piperine, this supplement is believed to have benefits in assisting the absorption of crucial nutrients. In addition, piperine may help the body combat inflammation and oxidative stress.†
Manganese is a trace mineral that compliments calcium in helping the body to maintain proper bone health. Not a lot of manganese is needed for a healthy system, however insufficient quantities can be a detriment.†
An important trace mineral to maintaining optimal skeletal and circulatory health, copper is found in high quantities in both liver and oysters, two foods that are hardly staples on the typical diet. Copper is required by the body to produce certain enzymes, such as Superoxide Dismutase, a very powerful antioxidant. It’s also used to build various proteins, such as collagen, which the body uses in connective tissue, bones and skin. Copper also helps the body use its stored iron, a mineral that is very important in red blood cell production.†
Vitamin K2, often overlooked in many formulas, has been found to play a critical role in the regulation of calcium. In nature, vitamin K is found in two forms: vitamin K1 (phylloquinone) in leafy, green vegetables, and vitamin K2 (menaquinone) in organ meats, egg yolks, and dairy products.).
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