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Calcium is considered to be the crucial component of bone; hundreds of studies support its use as a supplement. Any osteoporosis prevention plan should include plentiful amounts of the minerals magnesium, manganese, boron and phosphorus as well as vitamin D, crucial minerals for calcium to work most effectively. Bone loss can begin by age 30, so getting all the necessary nutrients early on can help create a foundation of strong, mineral-rich bones.

(Source: Body & Soul magazine, Nov/Dec 2003.)

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