Bone + Heart Health
— Supports bone strength and density
— Supports heart health
— Supports & promotes a strong healthy cardiovascular system
— Supports & maintains muscle function
— Supports blood health
— Supports healthy digestive system function
— Supports nerve conduction
— Vegan formula
Maximise Your Wellness
Calcium Citrate 1.2g equivalent Calcium 290mg; Colecalciferol (Vitamin D3) 25mcg (1000IU); Menaquinone 7 (Vitamin K2) 180 mcg.
♻︎ All SWIISH packaging can be recycled in your normal household recycling.
What we leave out:
Free from gluten, dairy, sugar, lactose and nuts.
Can anyone take this product?
Bone + Heart Health is designed for adults. Take 1 tablet with water, once daily with food, or as directed by your health professional.
Always read the label and warnings. Do not use it if breastfeeding or pregnant or likely to become pregnant.
What makes this product unique?
Bone + Heart Health is specially formulated to offer targeted support for bone mass and density, heart health and blood health. We included calcium as it’s the most abundant mineral in the body and absolutely vital for good health, vitamin D because it’s essential for calcium absorption and vitamin k2 (menaquinone 7) as it increases calcium absorption, promotes the calcification of bones yet also prevents the calcifications of blood vessels and kidneys.
What benefits does SWIISH Bone + Heart Health offer?
Supports Bone Mass/Bone Strength/Bone Density
– Calcium and vitamin D support bone strength
– Calcium maintains bone mass, density and integrity
– Calcium, menaquinone 7 and vitamin D support bone mineralisation
– Calcium, menaquinone 7 and vitamin D maintain bone health
Maintains Healthy Muscles
– Vitamin D supports muscle function
– Vitamin D supports healthy neuromuscular system/function
– Calcium supports healthy muscle contraction function
Promotes A Healthy Immune System
– Vitamin D supports immune system health
– Vitamin D maintains healthy immune system function
Supports Heart Health
– Vitamin D supports heart health
– Vitamin D supports healthy cardiovascular system function
– Menaquinone 7 supports blood health
– Calcium supports nerve conduction
– Calcium supports nervous system function
– Calcium helps support a healthy digestive system function
– Calcium maintains healthy teeth
– Vitamin D helps support calcium levels in the body
– Vitamin D supports Vitamin D levels in the body when sun exposure is inadequate
Can I take it with other medications?
SWIISH Bone + Heart Health is all-natural and contains nothing artificial, however, we are unable to provide exact advice on whether it is safe to consume whilst taking other specific medications. As everyone’s situation is different, we recommend that you check with your healthcare professional to see if this supplement would be beneficial for you. Please refer to the nutritional information & ingredients list.
Can I have it while pregnant or breastfeeding?
SWIISH Bone + Heart Health is not recommended if breastfeeding or pregnant, or likely to become pregnant.
Low intakes of calcium have been associated with a condition of low bone density called osteoporosis which is quite common in western cultures and which often results in bone fracture. Calcium intake throughout life is a major factor affecting the incidence of osteoporosis.
(National Health & Medical research Council (NHMRC). Nutrient Reference Values for Australia and New Zealand. 2006. P.155-163)
Vitamin D promotes calcium absorption in the gut and maintains adequate serum calcium and phosphate concentrations to enable normal mineralisation of bone and to prevent hypocalcemic tetany. It is also needed for bone growth and bone remodelling by osteoblasts and osteoclasts. Without sufficient vitamin D, bones can become thin, brittle, or misshapen. Osteoporosis is most often associated with inadequate calcium intakes, but insufficient vitamin D contributes to osteoporosis by reducing calcium absorption.
(National Institute of Health, National Institute of Health Monographs. US Department of Health and Human services. 2018)
Recent research reveals Vitamin K is a cofactor in bone metabolism. Vitamin K functions in the post-translational modification of a number of vitamin K-dependent proteins such as osteocalcin, a bone protein containing gamma-carboxyglutamic acid, discovered in 1975. These proteins are involved with calcium uptake and bone mineralisation. Furthermore, recent findings suggest it may be an important cofactor in the treatment and prevention of atherosclerosis and calcified arterial plaque. Compared to the other vitamin K analogues, vitamin K2 has the most potent gamma-carboxylation activity.
(Alternative Medicine Review. Thorne Research Inc. Volume 14, Number 3. 2009)