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The Biggest Innovation in Vitamins in Over a Decade
Supplement your diet with a quality ORGANIC food-based calcium formula, not one made from ground-up, pulverized limestone. You want real, nutritious food-based calcium - MyKind Organics Organic Plant Calcium – the FIRST Certified USDA Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified calcium with absolutely no synthetic binders or fillers.
Clean, Right Down to Our Patent-Pending Tablet Technology: Where many other vitamin “tablets” use unrecognizable things such as magnesium stearate, stearic acid and lac-beetle resin (shellac) to bind and fill the tablet, MyKind Organics are uniquely formed using ORGANIC, WHOLE FOODS.
- Certified Vegan, Gluten Free and NO Synthetic Binders or Fillers
- Certified Vegan Vitamin D3 from Lichen and Vitamin K2 MK-7 to Promote Proper Absorption
- 800mg Calcium: Plant-based calcium from Organic Algae
- Small, Easy-to-Digest, Easy-to-Swallow Tablets
Kind Organics from Garden of Life offers a full range of Certified USDA Organic, Non-GMO Project verified supplements made only from real food—over 30 fruits, vegetables and herbs. Absolutely free of synthetic binders and fillers, meaningful amounts of vitamins and minerals are carefully combined to benefit specific dietary needs. All of this goodness is wrapped up using Garden of Life’s patent-pending Clean Tablet Technology—an entirely new way to make vitamins using only Certified USDA Organic, Non-GMO Project verified foods. None of our Clean Tablet Technology ingredients come from soy or corn. Kind Organics—the first of its kind.
Bone Loss and You
The Surgeon General predicted over a decade ago that bone disease and fractures “will have a tremendous negative impact on the future wellbeing of Americans.” As we age, the renewal of bone structure slows, causing bones to lose density and become more porous and brittle, resulting in unexpected fractures.
When talking about bone loss, the increased risk of osteoporosis should be of major concern. Some of the statistics should bring this home:
- Osteoporosis leads to 1.5 million fractures per year—mostly hip, spine and wrist. (National Institutes of Health)
- Osteoporosis afflicts 52 million Americans. (National Osteoporosis Foundation)
- One in two women past the age of 50 will break a bone due to osteoporosis. (National Osteoporosis Foundation)
- By the year 2020, half of all Americans over age 50 are expected to have low bone density or osteoporosis. (National Osteoporosis Foundation)
Over the years, clinical studies have underscored the importance of calcium and bone health, including a New England Journal of Medicine study showing that taking calcium and vitamin D supplements tends to improve bone density and maintain strong bones and teeth.