Find Desired Topics Here

Friday, February 17, 2012

MIGHTY prevents the formation of osteoporosis

MIGHTY is a powerful combination of nutrients designed to enhance the production of bone tissue and prevent the formation of osteoporosis.

Each MIGHTY component has been proven to play vital roles in the formation of bone tissue and the prevention of skeletal fractures caused from weak and brittle bones.

It is suitable for men and women above 25 years old.

MIGHTY should be applied once or twice a day on the upper and lower hands, shoulders, elbows, hips, pelvic area, inner arms, and thighs.  Alternate the areas of application after each usage.


Black cohosh
Black Cohosh Root® -- contains isoferulic acids which are substances with anti-inflammatory effects.  Some experts suggest that the plant based estrogens in black cohosh, could help prevent osteoporosis.

Boron, amino acid chelate -- important in mineral and hormone metabolism.  Boron helps retain calcium, avoid osteoporosis and may increase estrogen production.  Boron is a trace mineral that is known to influence the transport of extra-cellular calcium and release of intra-cellular calcium.  Boron is necessary for the action of Vitamin D, the vitamin that stimulates the absorption and utilization of calcium.  One study showed that 3mg of boron per day decreased urinary calcium excretion by 44%.

Calcium citrate
Calcium Citrate -- is one of the many types of calcium supplement forms, but is the only form with calcium citrate malate which is soluble in water, all other forms of calcium must be broken down with stomach acid before the body can make use of them.  There is something unique about calcium citrate.  It produces not one, but two different calcium delivery vehicles, and each of them uses a different path into the bloodstream.  When dissolved, calcium citrate produces both calcium ions and a calcium citrate complex.  The calcium ions are actively absorbed through the intestinal cells, and the calcium citrate actually passes between the cells.  This is called paracellular absorption.  Only calcium citrate provides both transcellular and paracellular absorption.

Copper gluconate
Copper Gluconate – is a readily absorbable form of copper which is an essential trace mineral that is present in all body tissues.  However, there are times when its concentration is higher than others.  For example, during growth, copper will be more abundant in those developing tissues.  Copper gluconate is one of the most important blood antioxidants and prevents the rancidity of polyunsaturated fatty acids.  It also helps keep cell membranes healthy and is active in the storage and release of iron to form haemoglobin for red blood cells.  It may also act as an immune system booster, and help keep nerves and bones healthy.  Other potentials benefits of copper gluconate include: helping with osteoporosis.

Cyanocobalamine – helps reduce the risk of osteoporosis, because in combination with Vitamin B6 and folic acid decreases the high levels of homocysteine.

DHEA – boosts beneficial interleukin-2 and suppressed levels of damaging interleukin-6 which is overproduced in the aged cells, contributing to auto-immune disease, immune dysfunction, and osteoporosis.  Women with low DHEA values were 40 times more likely to have osteoporosis than were women with normal DHEA levels.  Many studies have proven the very important increase of bone density among the individuals treated with DHEA--a proof of the essential role of DHEA in the struggle against osteoporosis.

Manganese Gluconate -- Manganese deficiency results in abnormal skeletal development in a number of animal species.  Manganese is the preferred cofactor of enzymes called glycosyltransferases, which are required for the synthesis of proteoglycans that are needed for the formation of healthy cartilage and bone.  Many studies reported that manganese when taken in combination with calcium, copper and zinc may improve bone mineral density in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis.

MCHA -- Studies have shown that this form of calcium is superior to traditional calcium supplement.  A study done with patients experiencing bone loss has shown an increased 6.1% in cortical or outer layer, bone density.  The use of this form of calcium along with other forms will actually double the amount of calcium that is absorbed by stimulating the active absorption of calcium.

MSM (Methylsulfonyl Methane) -- is used by the body to create new cells.  Vitamins and amino acids work with MSM during this process.  The body is unable to build good healthy cells without adequate levels of MSM and deficiency can lead to illness.  The body reproduces its cells 24 hours a day.  Without proper nutrition and “building materials,” it will produce unhealthy, dysfunctional cells, deficient of the basic ingredients that constitute a healthy cell.  MSM supplementation is vital for maintaining good, flexible cells and for enabling the body to heal itself.  The body will automatically use MSM wherever it is required in the system.  Nutritional sulfur is an essential building block for over 150 life-sustaining substances.  It also has a natural healing, relaxing and mild anti-inflammatory properties.

Natural progesterone -- has been shown to reduce bone loss.  Natural prosterone may be significantly safe and more effective than progesteogens.  One study of postmenopausal receiving natural progesterone demonstrated increased bone density in all subjects.  Over several years, average bone mass increased by 15.4%, high loss was stabilized, and no new osteoporotic fractures occurred.  Natural progesterone appears to enhance new bone formation in contrast to estrogen, which merely inhibits resorption of old bone.  Unlike estrogen, natural progesterone is not carcinogenic, and there is evidence that natural progesterone actually prevents certain female cancers.

Safflower Oil -- is a good source of Vitamin K, which is a cofactor in the synthesis of osteocalcin, a unique bone protein which attracts calcium to bone tissues.  Inadequate Vitamin K levels impair normal bone mineralization.  Serum Vitamin K levels in individuals with osteoporosis where found to be 74% lower compared to healthy control group age -- related dietary changes, reduced efficiency of absorption, and use of antibiotics that destroy Vitamin K-producing intestinal flora may all contribute to Vitamin K deficiency.

Strontium -- Treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis with strontium leads to early and sustained reductions in the risk of vertebral fractures.  Background Osteoporotic structural damage and bone fragility result from reduced bone formation and increased bone resorption.  In a phase 2 clinical trial, strontium, dissociates bone remodelling by increasing bone formation and decreasing bone resorption, has been shown to reduce the risk of vertebral fractures and to increase bone mineral density.

Pyridoxine -- in combination with folic acid and Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6 involved in homocysteine conversion (an amino acid linked to osteoporosis) are beneficial in reducing the risk of osteoporosis because high levels of homocysteine are implicated in osteoporosis.

Please call or txt 0910-249-0026 (Smart) or 0935-8661-943 (TM)

Search This Blog