Do you take a nutritional supplement for bone health? You’re in good company!
We may be getting older, but we’re certainly not ready to slow down any time soon! American’s interest in staying active through prevention is stronger than ever. According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than half of us take dietary supplements. And by 2017, experts predict that we’ll be spending $9 billion annually just on bone and joint health supplements.
We’re opening our wallets for more than just calcium tablets and multi-vitamins. Because we’ve grown so confident about their efficacy and safety, millions of us now include natural nutritional supplements that target specific health concerns as part of our daily routine. There’s been a great deal of interest in Lyc-O-Mato, for example, since studies revealed that it may interfere with free radicals that disrupt new bone formation. Lyc-O-Mato’s natural, whole-tomato phytonutrients are powerful antioxidants that work synergistically to also improve skin and cardiovascular health.
Today, we’re all about taking a proactive approach to living. It seems we are embracing the idea of gaining more control over our lives through good nutrition and dietary supplements that are backed by extensive research and produced by quality manufacturing processes.
When it comes to bone health, taking steps to protect our bones also makes a lot of sense financially. Osteoporosis affects nearly 44 million Americans (including two million men), with costs for osteoporosis-related fractures estimated to reach more than $25 billion over the next 15 years.
Living well starts with living smart. It seems that finding natural, effective ways to stay active and healthy has become the American mantra.
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