Bone & Muscle 2000

pnflex™ Bone & Muscle 2000

Gives strength to the bones and muscles

pnflex™ Bone & Muscle 2000 is a daily supplement in the form of tablets that gives strength to the bones and muscles. It contains important vitamins and minerals necessary to provide support to the bones and the muscles. This supplement is suitable for the people who actively participate in physical activities, including swimmers, joggers, weight lifters, dancers and those in the jobs that require standing for prolonged hours.

The women in the pre- and post-menopausal age are at an increased risk of osteoporosis, which is characterized by a reduction in the bone mass. Further loss of bone mass takes place with advancing age. Regular exercise, a healthy diet and an adequate consumption of calcium at an early stage can help reduce the risk of osteoporosis later in the life.

Product Benefits

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Helps relieve the discomfort and pain associated with the muscle cramps and different bone conditions.
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Helps regenerate and strengthen the tendons, ligaments and the cartilages.
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Helps soothe the pain and cramps experienced by the people suffering from various muscle and bone disorders.
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Helps build the bone density, support the bone structure and improve the dental health.

Who Is It For?

pnflex™ Bone & Muscle 2000 supplement can be used by:

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Individuals at a higher risk of calcium deficiency, including the elderly people, pregnant women and the menopausal women.
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People with greater physical activity
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Those who have disorders related to the bones and muscles, including osteoporosis, osteomalacia and osteoarthritis.

Bone & Muscle 2000's Well-Tested Ingredients

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Glucosamine sulfate

It is a naturally occurring chemical found in the human body around the joints in the form of fluid. It is often used as a dietary supplement for the treatment of people suffering from the most common form of arthritis, osteoarthritis. Glucosamine sulfate is used by the body to produce some chemicals that help in the production of tendons, ligaments and cartilage surrounding a joint. Therefore, it helps maintain the mobility and flexibility of the joints.
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Vitamin K and Magnesium

Vitamin K helps maintain the bone mass and strength, and magnesium helps with the proper growth and development of the bones.
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Calcium

It is the main mineral that helps maintain strong bones and teeth. The low calcium levels in the body may result in osteoporosis, which is characterized by weak bones due to a low bone density. It may also result in rickets in children and softening of the bones, a condition called osteomalacia. Calcium also helps regulate high blood pressure and muscle cramps during pregnancy, in addition to reducing the risk of rectal and colon cancer.
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Vitamin D

This vitamin helps improve the absorption of calcium in the body. In addition, it is used to treat osteoporosis, osteomalacia and bone loss in the people suffering from hyperparathyroidism. Osteomalacia, which results from a poor bone density, often results in muscle weakness and pseudo-fracture of the bones like the spine, femur and the humerus. Vitamin D is also used as a supplement for managing muscle weakness, diabetes, obesity, rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.

A study conducted by the researchers in Norway linked the higher intake of magnesium with a lower risk of hip fractures. According to the National Office of Dietary Supplements, magnesium levels in the body affect the production of parathyroid hormone and the active form of Vitamin D. Research suggests that the women with osteoporosis have lower serum magnesium levels than the normal women. These facts point to the importance of taking Vitamin K and Magnesium in the form of supplements like pnflex™ Bone & Muscle 2000.

A study conducted in 2008 and published in the journal, Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management, suggests that Calcium and Vitamin D together can be used as a tool for the management of osteoporosis. The adequate amounts of Calcium and Vitamin D in the body can help prevent the bone loss associated with osteoporosis and thus, also reduce the risk of a fracture.