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New Chapter Bone Strength Take Care 180 Tablets

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New Chapter Bone Strength Take Care 180 Tablets

If you are looking for a product to support your joint health and function, check out New Chapter Bone Strength Take Care. New Chapter Bone Strength Take Care supports bone density, your cardiovascular health, and normal bone creation. This product may reduce the risk of osteoporosis and is organic, gluten free, and non gmo. Pick up a bottle today!

New Chapter Bone Strength Take CareBenefits

  • Supports Bone Density
  • Supports Cardiovascular Health
  • Supports Normal Bone Creation
  • May Reduce The Risk Of Osteoporosis
  • Supports Joint Function
  • Organic, Gluten Free, Non GMO

How Do I TakeNew Chapter Bone Strength Take Care?

Take four (4) capsules at bedtime.

New Chapter Bone Strength Take CareIngredients

Serving Size: 3 Capsules
Servings per container: 60


Amount per 3 Tablets (3000 mg)

Vitamin D3 1000 IU

Vitamin K1 35 mcg

Vitamin K2 45 mcg

Calcium 770 mg

Magnesium 58 mg

Strontium 5 mg

Silica 2 mg

Vanadium 13 mcg

Other Ingredients: Organic barley grass, organic gum acacia, maltodextrin. Contains less than 2% of: modified cellulose, silica, sunflower oil and Bacillus subtillis natto extract.

Contains: Fermented soy and fermented wheat

Gluten free. 100% vegetarian; no artificial flavors or colors.

*Daily value not established*

New Chapter Bone Strength Take CareSide Effects and Warnings

This product may contain chemicals known to the State Of California to cause cancer and birth defects or reproductive harm.


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