No Bones About It - Building Bone Density Is A Click Away Thanks To Liberty Health Network's Release of OsteoMAXe On Amazon.Com. Twitter Updates @GoLHN

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Powerful Non-Prescription Bone Building Osteoporosis relief is now available on Amazon.Com thanks to Liberty Health Network. For the first time, the company offers their top-selling product on the worlds bigges sales portal.

OsteoMAXe

OsteoMAXe Available From Amazon.Com

While other forms of calcium may halt bone loss, only M.C.H.C. has been shown to restore bone density.

OsteoMAXe is another powerful supplement from the MAXeGEN line of products, available only from Liberty Health Network.

Unlike cheaper calcium supplements, MAXeGEN’s OsteoMAXe contains M.C.H.C. or microcrystalline calcium hydroxyapatite complex, prepared from raw bone, which is in an extremely bioavailable form of calcium which has been used with great success in prevention and treatment of osteoporosis, to prevent and halt bone loss, and to restore bone density.

Additional minerals are present in the natural ratios occurring in normal bone. Vitamin K* and D have been added to assist the formation of new bone cells. Boron is added because it has been shown to reduce urinary excretion of calcium and magnesium and significantly increase blood levels of both estrogen and testosterone. Estrogen suppresses the resorption of bone induced by a nocturnal surge of parathyroid hormone. Calcium, sodium fluoride and estrogen are the only agents whose ability to influence favorably the process of osteoporosis once it has been established. Of these, only calcium is without potential hazards. Calcium from MAXeGEN’s M.C.H.C. and calcium citrate are readily absorbed and utilized by the body.

"Calcium has been linked to not only bone growth, but proper nerve function. Prevention Magazine says women who take Vitamin D can lower their risks of certain cancer by 60%. Vitamin K improves vascular muscle function. All good chemicals that many other Over The Counter supplements have. But then the other companies add Mortechems like Titanium Dioxide to the mix. We wanted to offer a powerful supplement that helps users without all the additives. What good is building your boned if you are destroying other parts of your body with lesser products?" Asks Liberty Health Network, LLC Chief Operating Officer Russell Bly.

All Liberty products, including OsteoMAXe are Mortechem-Free. While other supplements claim to help, Liberty believes they have the right ingredient mix to not only halt bone density loss, but actually build bone mass.

While other forms of calcium may halt bone loss, only M.C.H.C. has been shown to restore bone density.

OsteoMAXe active ingredients have been shown to:

  •      Restore bone density by promoting positive bone balance and net remineralization of bone in both axial and appendicular skeleton due to superior absorption and reduction in endosteal cortical bone resorption.
  •      Reduce the risk of bone loss in metabolic bone diseases including osteoporosis, osteomalacia and rickets.
  •      Reduce the rate of progression of osteoporosis resulting from aging, dietary calcium deficiency and secondary pathologies.
  •      Produce favorable biochemical and radiological bone changes which lessen skeletal pain in patients developing osteoporosis.
  •      Reduce the incidence of fractures and facilitate healing of fractures.

Effective Natural Therapy for Osteoporosis Patients - Osteoporosis is characterized by decreased bone density with increased susceptibility to fractures. Bone loss coincides with decreased physical activity in both sexes in later years and is vigorously aggravated by age-associated hormonal changes in women and chronic inadequate dietary intake of calcium.

However, osteoporosis is not limited to "natural" aging and dietary deficiency. Secondary pathologies can also induce bone mineral loss. Demineralization and cortical bone thinning always occur in primary biliary cirrhosis patients and osteoporosis is one of the principal complications of long--term corticosteroid treatment for respiratory problems and rheumatoid arthritis.

Calcium supplements, sodium fluoride and estrogens are the only agents whose ability to influence favorably the process of osteoporosis has been established. Of these, only calcium is without potential hazards.

Sodium fluoride improves mineralization of bone, but also induces osteomalacia. This can be counteracted by simultaneous treatment with calcium and vitamin D. Other side effects of sodium fluoride therapy include gastrointestinal intolerance and rheumatic symptoms such as transient synovitis and plantar facitis.

In comparison studies, M.C.H.C. was shown to increase serum calcium levels nearly twice as much as calcium gluconate and significantly more than ashed bone. Increased serum calcium has been shown to suppress production of parathyroid hormone and decrease bone resorption.

Boron Reduces Calcium Excretion - A 1986 study to examine the effects of boron on major mineral metabolism in postmenopausal women, showed that daily supplementation with 3 mg. of boron markedly reduced urinary excretion of calcium and magnesium. In addition, a significant increase was seen in the blood levels of both estrogen and testosterone.

Estrogen therapy has been used for postmenopausal women to suppress the resorption of bone induced by a nocturnal surge of parathyroid hormone.

All Calcium Supplements Are Not Created Equal - Several forms of calcium are found in supplements. The least expensive and most readily available, calcium carbonate, has the advantage of an antacid effect in the stomach, but the disadvantages of producing carbon dioxide and of interfering with digestion. Soluble calcium gluconate is similar but more palatable.

Dr. Ralph F. Shangraw, Chairman of the Department of Pharmaceutics at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, tested more than 80 of the calcium carbonate supplements on the market and found that the "effectiveness of over half of the tablets is questionable" due to their slow rate of disintegration and dissolution.

M.C.H.C. displays superior absorptive performance compared to other forms of calcium and has been shown, in animal studies, to present no hematological, biochemical or morphological signs of toxicity and no significant adverse effects have ever been reported in human use. In a comparison of microcrystalline hydroxyapatite and calcium gluconate, calcium gluconate halted bone loss but did not restore it, whereas M.C.H.C. did restore bone.

M.C.H.C. is prepared from raw bone by a special low temperature process (below 37°C) to preserve the natural protein content. The calcium thus provided is an extremely bioavailable form. In addition, the product contains trace amounts of minerals such as boron, magnesium, zinc, potassium, manganese, fluorine (as fluorapatite), silica, iron and magnesium in the natural ratios occurring in normal bone. Because of its positive effect on bone remineralization, 0.75 mg. of boron has been added to each tablet.

Reducing Risk Factors — Osteoporosis Is Not Inevitable. Most adults lose minerals from bone steadily throughout their lives. In women this bone loss is accelerated for a year or two after menopause, but osteoporosis is not inevitable and some people do not lose bone.

Of course, the best cure for osteoporosis is prevention. The first step in prevention is to identify those at risk and then to eliminate as many risk factors as possible. Studies now suggest that an intake of 1,500 mg. daily after menopause and 1,000 mg. daily before menopause is necessary to maintain calcium equilibrium in women.

Note: * People who have problems with blood clots should not take OsteoMAXe.

About Liberty Health Network, LLC

Liberty Health Network is one of the nation’s leading Direct and Internet Marketing companies with a state-of-the-art Global Distribution facility in Tampa Bay, Fl. For 12 Years, the Liberty Health Network name has been synonymous with high quality Mortechem-Free Nutritional Supplements, Anti Aging Skin Care, and Internet Web Applications. The statements made on this website have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure any disease.

Businesses or Individuals interested in distributing Liberty Products or requiring more information on this topic should contact Chief Operating Officer Russell Bly at (813) 774-8191 or e-mail at office(at)libertyhealthbiz(dot)com.

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