Support your bone health with added fizz. Osteocare Fizz turns scientific research on nutrition and bone health into a great-tasting natural orange flavoured drink.
- A convenient source of Calcium and co-factors
- Calcium, magnesium, vitamin D and zinc which contribute to the maintenance of normal bones
- Also contains Vitamin D in its preferred D3 form and Vitamin C
- UK’s No. 1 calcium supplement brand
Osteocare is the UK's no.1 calcium formula and has been scientifically developed on the basis of the very latest research to provide a rich source of calcium and co-factors including vitamin D which helps with the normal absorption of calcium by the body.
Osteocare Fizz makes a convenient, great tasting natural orange flavour drink and is ideal for those who have difficulty with swallowing tablets.
Osteocare Fizz contains the preferred D3 form of Vitamin D. Vitamin D3, also known as cholecalciferol, is the form of vitamin D that is produced by the skin on exposure to sunlight. D3 is the preferred form of vitamin D because it is the specific form made in the human body and therefore more effective than D2 which is found in some supplements.
Calcium plus co-factors
Osteocare Fizz provides 100% NRV (Nutrient Reference Value) of calcium (based on two tablets) carefully combined with co-factors including vitamin D, zinc and magnesium which help to maintain normal bone health.
Calcium is important for everyone
Ensuring an adequate intake of calcium is vital for men and women of all ages, as evidence suggests that healthy practices early in life, including the adequate consumption of calcium and trace elements, contribute to normal bone health and optimal bone mineralisation. Peak bone mass, obtained during childhood and adolescent growth is known to be of major importance in maintaining bones later in life. The UK Department of Health recommends that everyone should consider taking a daily supplement containing of vitamin D, particularly during autumn and winter.
Calcium is vital for older women
Both sexes lose bone mass during their lifetime but after the menopause women usually lose bone mass much faster than men.
Postmenopausal women have an increased risk of bone loss for three reasons:
- Bone mineral content tends to be lower in women than in men
- Dietary calcium intake may decrease with age
- The rate of bone loss accelerates at menopause
Calcium intake guidelines
The Royal Osteoperosis Society (ROS) recommends the following guidelines for calcium intake
Age Suggested daily calcium intake 0-12 months
(non-breast-fed infants only)
525 mg 1-3 years 350 mg 4-6 years 450 mg 7-10 years 550 mg 11-18 years boys/girls 1000 / 800 mg 19+ years 700 mg Pregnant woman 700 mg Breastfeeding woman 700 + 550 mg
Based on the Department of Health Committee on the Medical Aspects of Food and Nutrition policy 1998.
Based on scientific research
The Osteocare formulation is based on the very latest international findings on the role of nutrients in normal bone health, as well as multiple large-scale scientific studies in the past 30 years.
This information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health professionals regarding any medical condition.