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Bone loss is a major public health threat for an estimated 55% of people today. Though traditionally believed to be a woman’s problem, it is a growing concern for both men and women. If you are at risk for osteoporosis or have had low bone density tests or fractures before, you should take TriVita Bone Growth Factor.

Help protect and strengthen your bones with Bone Growth Factor, scientifically proven to re-grow bone.

Bone Growth Factor can:

  • Help increase bone density
  • Strengthen and support existing bone
  • Help bone minerals work more effectively

A university-controlled study showed that Bone Growth Factor improved bone density a net 6% in the hip-femoral area.

Help protect yourself from weak, porous bones – try Bone Growth Factor today. One bottle is a convenient one-month supply.

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Build healthy bones

Advanced bone-building formula
While other bone health products help to protect existing bone mass, Bone Growth Factor’s proprietary blend of nutrients is proven to promote new bone growth – while strengthening existing bone.

Also included in this unique formula is MCHC (microcrystalline hydroxyapatite), a highly absorbable form of calcium. MCHC is the same form of calcium found in bones and gives bones their rigidity.

The body’s need for new bone
A natural process called “bone remodeling” occurs throughout adulthood. It’s a two-step process:

  1. Your body breaks down bone to distribute calcium and phosphorous for use in other areas of your body.
  2. Your body rebuilds sections of bone that have been broken down or injured.

After age 30, the rebuilding process falls behind, and your bones become weaker over time. This may lead to brittle and porous bones.

Bone Growth Factor activates the cells within the bone remodeling process responsible for building new bone. Existing bone is strengthened and supported, while your bones’ rebuilding process should improve with consistent use.

Scientifically proven formula
A university-controlled, scientific test confirms that TriVita Bone Growth Factor works! A study with 114 female participants showed that after six months of continuous use, the subjects who took TriVita Bone Growth Factor had 6% more bone mass.

Give your body the best bone-building nutrients available. Give your body Bone Growth Factor.

Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis, or porous bone, is a disease characterized by low bone mass and structural deterioration of bone tissue. This leads to bone fragility and an increased risk of fractures of the hip, spine and wrist.

Facts about osteoporosis

  • 10 million North Americans are estimated to have osteoporosis.
  • 80% of those affected by osteoporosis are women.
  • 1 in 2 women and 1 in 4 men over age 50 will have an osteoporosis-related fracture in his or her remaining lifetime.
  • Women can lose up to 20% of their bone mass in the five to seven years following menopause, increasing the risk of osteoporosis.
  • 24% of individuals over 50 who have suffered a hip fracture will die within one year of that injury.
  • Osteoporosis debilitates more women than breast, uterine or ovarian cancer.

Major risk factors
You are at greater risk for osteoporosis if you have one or more of these risk factors:

  • Current low bone mass
  • Being thin or having a small frame
  • A family history of osteoporosis
  • Estrogen deficiency as a result of menopause, especially if it’s early or surgically induced
  • Abnormal absence of menstrual periods
  • Anorexia nervosa
  • Low lifetime calcium intake
  • Vitamin D deficiency
  • Use of certain medications (corticosteroids, chemotherapy, anticonvulsants and others)
  • Low testosterone levels in men
  • An inactive lifestyle
  • Current cigarette smoking
  • Excessive use of alcohol

Osteoporosis protection tips
In addition to supplementing with TriVita Bone Growth Factor™, there are other ways to help protect against bone loss:

  • Weight-bearing exercise can help protect against osteoporosis. This is any exercise that works your muscles against gravity.
  • Walk unless you’re restricted medically. Start slowly and progress until you are walking 30 minutes, 3-4 times per week. (Walking is a weight-bearing exercise.)
  • Eat foods naturally high in calcium like low-fat or non-fat dairy products, canned sardines or salmon.
  • Live healthy by not smoking and not drinking in excess.
  • Get an annual bone density exam. Talk to your healthcare provider.

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Research

  • Finding: Bone Growth Factor supports the rebuilding process

    A study by Arizona State University showed that TriVita™ Bone Growth Factor’s proprietary formula contains the exact balance of minerals, including calcium, magnesium, phosphorous and Vitamin D, to help rebuild bones. This study included 114 women of various ages. After 6 months of continuous use, the subjects showed a 6% increase in bone mass density in the hip and femoral area when compared with subjects who did not take Bone Growth Factor.

  • Finding: Bone Fracture dramatically boosts risk of dying

    One of the latest in a long line of studies about osteoporosis indicates that in people over age 60, any bone fracture dramatically boosts the risk of dying. The Australian study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, looked at more than 4,000 people over a period of almost 20 years, and found these dramatic results:

    • After even a minor bone break like a wrist fracture, the risk of death increased by 42% in women and 33% in men.
    • After a hip fracture, women were twice as likely to die than before, and men, three times as likely to die.
    • These jumps in death risk lingered for years: 5 years for all fractures, and up to 10 years after a hip fracture.

  • Finding: Women in menopause are at a risk for developing osteoporosis

    According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Disease, menopausal women begin to lose bone at an estimated rate of three to five percent per year. This is because estrogen levels drop – and estrogen protects bone. The good news is that osteoporosis is highly preventable. Get plenty of Vitamin D and calcium. The National Osteoporosis Foundation recommends that women over 50 get 1,200 mg of calcium and 800–1,200 IU of Vitamin D daily.

Wellness Stories

“I'm thrilled to report an increase in bone growth.”*

“About 17 years ago, I was diagnosed with a chronic disabling disease of the nervous system. I was encouraged to have a bone density scan. This scan showed low bone mass. About seven months ago, I started taking TriVita's Bone Growth Factor. I am thrilled to report an increase in bone growth that has taken me out of the danger zone. (Note: Results may vary)”

- Lyn F. - St. Petersburg, FL


“Now the pain is gone, and I feel 100% better! I never dreamed I could feel this good!”*

“I started taking Bone Growth Factor and could tell a difference within two or three days in my hip pain. Before, I always felt it because it was so annoying. Even if I turned in my sleep, it would hurt. But now the pain is gone and I feel 100% better! I'm so thankful for Bone Growth Factor. In my opinion, it's better than something else I tried. It's a great product. I never dreamed I could feel this good!”

- Joanne R. – Wilmington, DE


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“Total Hip T-score ... Its bone density increase showed I'm no longer in the bone thinning range!”*

“I was diagnosed with serious health condition 17 years ago when I was 28. Since then, I’ve been on something to help manage my condition. A year ago, my bone density was measured to assess my condition. The scan indicated low bone mass, a precursor to a more serious bone condition. I was worried about this so I started having my bone density measured yearly to monitor my condition. About 7 months ago, I started taking TriVita's Bone Growth Factor and thank God that I found it. I just received the results of my latest bone density measurement. The T-score of my Lumbar Spine was increased from the year before - but the real victory is the Total Hip T-score. Its bone density increase showed I'm no longer in the low bone mass range!”

- Angelyn R. – Largo, FL


“...my bone density actually improved more than expected!”*

“I'm 65 years old. Several years ago I discovered I had a bone thinning problem. I was taking something for it, which I tried for a while but eventually stopped it Then I started taking TriVita’s Bone Growth Factor about a year ago. Just a couple of weeks ago, I had another bone density scan. I was told that sometimes there is a small improvement, but my bone density actually improved more than expected! I really believe that improvement is attributed to Bone Growth Factor because I've taken extra calcium for a while but only recently saw these improvements. I was also told that it normally takes 12 to 18 months for bones to rebuild and show that small improvement. Yet mine was so much faster. So I was just thrilled with the results!”

- Karen D. – Baton Rouge, LA



*Children, women who are pregnant or nursing, and all individuals allergic to any foods or ingredients should consult their healthcare provider before using this product. You should not stop taking any medication without first consulting with your healthcare provider. To report a serious adverse event or obtain product information, contact: 1-800-991-7116. Your personal results may vary depending on your own wellness and unique body composition.

 

** You should not stop taking any medication without first consulting your healthcare provider.


In return for sharing their personal stories, Members whose testimonials appear in print or online receive $25 in TriVita product credits.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is low bone mass and how do I know if I have it?

    Low bone mass is a condition that can lead to osteoporosis. It results in the deterioration of the bone structure. The deterioration can weaken the structure so much that a fracture can occur without major trauma. A bone density test — also called densitometry or DXA scan — determines whether you have low bone mass or are at risk to develop low bone mass.

  • Why is it important to know your bone density?

    Bone density is the most common measurement for bone strength and can help your doctor detect osteoporosis. If you’re being treated for osteopenia (the degenerative stage before osteoporosis) or osteoporosis, your doctor will be able to determine whether your bone mass is improving and your treatment is working.

  • Who should take TriVita Bone Growth Factor?

    Anyone who is concerned about improving bone density should take Bone Growth Factor. If you are at risk for osteoporosis or have had low bone density tests or fractures before, you should take TriVita Bone Growth Factor, which is proven to improve bone density.

    Approximately 10 million Americans already have osteoporosis, 80% of which are women. About 30 million Americans are believed to have low bone mass, placing them at increased risk for osteoporosis. Women can lose 20% of their bone mass in the five to seven years that follow menopause. If you are a woman over the age of 50, menopausal or post-menopausal, you should take TriVita Bone Growth Factor.

  • What are the risk factors for osteoporosis?

    • Current low bone mass
    • Being thin or having a small frame
    • A family history of osteoporosis
    • Estrogen deficiency as a result of menopause, especially if it’s early or surgically induced
    • Abnormal absence of menstrual periods
    • Anorexia nervosa
    • Low lifetime calcium intake
    • Vitamin D deficiency
    • Use of certain medications (corticosteroids, chemotherapy, anticonvulsants and others)
    • Low testosterone levels in men
    • An inactive lifestyle
    • Current cigarette smoking
    • Excessive use of alcohol

  • How can TriVita Bone Growth Factor help me?

    TriVita Bone Growth Factor has been proven to re-grow bone mass in a university-controlled study. It also helps protect against bone loss by supporting healthy bones and enhancing bone density and strength, which may reduce the risk of osteoporosis.

  • How is TriVita Bone Growth factor different from other bone health or calcium supplements?

    TriVita Bone Growth Factor encourages bone growth with an exclusive blend of nutrients. While other bone health products help to protect existing bone mass, our product is proven to promote new bone growth. It does this by activating the cells within the bone remodeling process responsible for building new bone and rebuilds sections of the bone that have been broken down or injured. Existing bone is strengthened and supported and the bones’ rebuilding process improves with consistent use.

  • What is in Bone Growth Factor's proprietary blend?

    Bone Growth Factor is an exclusive blend of nutrients that helps the minerals and vitamins in Bone Growth Factor work better to increase the bone rebuilding process in your body. This includes Evening Primrose, Ipriflavone, GABA, Inositol, Silica, Boron, Choline and 5-methoxy-N-acetyltryptamine (melatonin).

  • How does Bone Growth Factor work?

    It targets the bone remodeling process, which is the constant breaking down and rebuilding that happens in our bones. As we age, the cells that break down our bones (osteoclasts) outnumber the cells that build up our bones (osteoblasts) which creates a dangerous imbalance that leads to a decrease in bone density. Bone Growth Factor works to rebalance the bone-building process and help replace lost bone mass.

  • How do you know that TriVita's Bone Growth Factor can build bone?

    Troy Adams, Ph.D., of the University of Arizona confirmed the university-controlled study results that demonstrated TriVita Bone Growth Factor’s effectiveness at growing bone. After six to nine months of continued use, the subjects who took TriVita Bone Growth Factor had an average 6% bone mass density gain over subjects who did not take TriVita Bone Growth Factor. The gains in bone density took place in the fracture-prone hip and spine areas.

  • Do I need to take a calcium supplement in addition to Bone Growth Factor?

    No. The recommended daily serving of calcium is 1000 mg. A serving of TriVita Bone Growth Factor contains 1,000 mg of a highly absorbable blend of seven calciums.

  • What kind of calcium is in TriVita Bone Growth Factor?

    TriVita uses a seven calcium blend that is highly absorbable, including microcrystalline hydroxyapatite (MCHC), which is the same form of calcium that is found in our bones. MCHC calcium gives our bones their rigidity. The other 6 calcium in our blend are carbonate, phosphate, citrate, lactate, orotate and d-glucarate.

  • What is the difference between TriVita Bone Growth Factor and VitaCal-Mag D?

    TriVita Bone Growth Factor is a comprehensive formula that targets someone in the mid- to advanced-stages of bone loss and is at high risk for developing osteoporosis. VitaCal-Mag D is the perfect calcium supplement for younger individuals who want to maintain strong bones. Take VitaCal-Mag D if you do not consume enough calcium, are not at high risk for osteoporosis and have not been diagnosed with low bone density.

  • How much and when should I take TriVita Bone Growth Factor?

    We suggest that adults take two capsules three times daily with meals.

  • Are there side-effects? Can you take too much calcium?

    There are no known side-effects associated with any of the ingredients in TriVita Bone Growth Factor for healthy adults. However, some may experience mild digestive upset when they take any type of pill, tablet or capsule. Kidneys excrete excess calcium, so for most of us there is no known danger of taking too much calcium. Individuals with kidney disease should ask their health care provider before taking products containing calcium.

  • How do I know if TriVita Bone Growth Factor is working for me?

    Bone loss is a “silent” condition that has no symptoms until you suffer a fracture. The best way is to have regular bone density scans to monitor the progress of your bones.

  • Are there foods or medications that I should avoid taking with TriVita Bone Growth Factor?

    People taking diazide loop diuretics, calcium channel blockers or blood thinners should speak with their health care provider before taking any supplement containing calcium.

  • Can vegetarians and vegans take it?

    TriVita Bone Growth Factor contains non-vegetarian forms of calcium.

  • Is this product safe for diabetics and pregnant or nursing women?

    If you are on medications or are being treated for a condition, always consult your health care provider before taking a new supplement. Most obstetricians and pediatricians recommend that women who are pregnant or nursing take a bone-health supplement. Please consult your health care provider to confirm the benefits of TriVita Bone Growth Factor for you.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.