Aging does not mean losing your bones!

You can keep a healthy mind and body as you age!

'They' say "Wisdom comes with age".   But sometimes age shows up by itself.
by John W Jones, MD, MPH

Healthy Bones

Ultra Omega-Linic
Ultra Vites
Ultra Monolaurin
Vitamin E 400
Radical Resilience

Additional Nutrients
for Bone Health

Calcium and Magnesium
     1:1 ratio
Calcium D Chelate
Ultra Magnesium Chelate
Vitamins D3 5000+K
or Vitamin D3 5000
Ultra Strontium

My recommendations to maintain healthy Bones:

I have include nutrients for normal, well adults | I recommend levels that are appropriate to the health found in a young person.

  1. Basic Nutritional supplementation  (Ultra Omega-Linic, Ultra Vites minimum daily)
  2. Exercise - This has a positive effect on your mental functions as well as health preservation.   Exercise is very important for Bone Health.
  3. Weight loss if appropriate
  4. Amino Acids to stimulate Human Growth Hormone if needed
  5. Protein if indicated
  6. Antioxidant support (Radical Resilience)

Other Anti-Aging Topics

 Nutritional Supplements

Osteoporosis, which affects both men and women, is another condition common in an aging population.  People who don' t get enough of the essential fatty acids EPA and GLA,  as are in Ultra Omega-Linic, are more likely to have bone loss than those with normal levels of these essential fatty acids. 

In addition, you need the essential vitamins and minerals that are in Ultra Vites for normal bone metabolism.

Three (3) Calcium D Chelate per day provide the minimum calcium required in a bioavailable form.  Magnesium is vital to bone health - and a 1:1 ratio to Calcium aids in the prevention of Osteoporosis.  Ultra Magnesium Chelate is a readily available form that will not upset your GI tract.

How important is Vitamin D?

Aging skin and lack of sun exposure leads to Vitamin D deficiency.   Vitamin D3 can be measured by a simple blood test.  Besides its benefits for bone health, the lack of Vitamin D leads to an increased incidence of upper respiratory viral infections, including influenza.  At least 1000 IU Vitamin D daily, as in my multi formulations,  is necessary.  This is because many  people use sun screen to excess, while others lack any significant exposure to direct sunlight.   In addition, older skin is not very efficient at converting sunlight to Vitamin D.  There is total lack of production of vitamin D in the winter in northern latitudes for everybody.   In these latitudes (draw a mental line from Los Angeles to Charlotte, NC) from fall to spring, or if there is a need for Vitamin D for a health reason, it should be supplemented at an additional 5000 IU per day (total 6000 IU).   For healthy bones I recommend Vitamins D3 5000 + K .   If you are using blood thinners use Vitamin D3 5000 (without Vitamin K).  Vitamin D deficiency contributes to such problems as chronic pain, high Blood Pressure, cancer and many other chronic diseases.  

 An alternative to Osteoporosis medications

When taken with Vitamin D3 and Calcium, 680 mg elemental Strontium  per day has been shown to increase bone density, increase the formation of new bone and decrease bone loss.  The studies were done with Strontium Ranelate, a prescription drug not available in the US at this time.   Strontium Ranelate also significantly reduced spinal fractures in post- menopausal women.   Ultra Strontium (citrate) works better   than the Ranelate form.
  • Strontium prevents or restores the loss of calcium in the bone
  • Strontium repairs damaged bone
  • Strontium has been shown to reduce spinal fractures
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.   
Products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.