Monday, November 21, 2016


Why are bones important?

  • Bones are the body’s foundation. Strong, dense bones determine the quality of your skeletal structure, which is directly connected to your appearance, vitality and energy level.
  • A quality skeletal structure allows you to move around better and have good posture – both having direct impact on how youthful we look and feel.
  • Bones also protect our major organs, e.g. our heart, lungs and brain, from injury.
  • The bone marrow produces red and white blood cells which are crucial for the formation of blood and to keep up the body’s immunity.
  • Bones are living tissues that are in a constant state of renewal, therefore building and maintaining strong, healthy bones is a lifelong concern.
  • The right dietary and lifestyle choices can reduce one’s chances of bone loss and osteoporosis.

NUTRILITE™ Cal Mag D Plus (180 tab) - RM80

The time to build strong bones is when you are young. When your body can’t or don’t get enough calcium, it will “steal” calcium from your bones. Even though it is vital to store up on calcium, it is difficult to do so from your diet alone.

NUTRILITE Cal Mag D Plus fills the unavoidable gap between the calcium that you need and the calcium that you can realistically take in every day through diet. It puts hard-to get absorbable calcium within easy reach.

A daily dose of NUTRILITE Cal Mag D Plus has more vitamin D than 3 cups of fortified milk and this helps in enhancing calcium absorption. It contains nature’s concentrated botanical sources of calcium and magnesium which is calcified seaweed harvested from Icelandic fjord seafloor. Now, this revised formula with added vitamin D is a better way to keep your bones strong and healthy.

Who may benefit from consuming from this product?

  • Busy, active adults who take care of their bodies and value leading active lives.
  • Those who don’t always eat right or eat enough calcium-rich food.
  • Anyone who seeks safe and quality nutritional products to support bone health.
  • Women age 18 to 35, women of child bearing age, and postmenopausal women.
  • Vegans and people with lactose intolerance.

What else can you do to improve bone health?

Besides supplementing, you should also exercise regularly to build strong bones. There are two types of exercises that are important for building and maintaining bone density:

  • Weight-bearing exercises – 30 minutes on most days of the week
  • Muscle-strengthening exercises – 2 to 3 days per week


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