Boron and your health
Boron is an element found naturally in leafy green vegetables like kale and spinach. It can also be found in grains, prunes, raisins, noncitrus fruits, and nuts.
Boron and the brain
Small studies have indicated that boron may play a role in brain function. Early studies in the 1990s showed promise for human supplementation with boron.
Bones and joints
Boron can aid in keeping your bones strong along with possibly improving brain function.
Boron is known to play a role in extending the half-life of vitamin D and estrogen.
The half-life is the amount of time it takes for a substance to break down to half its starting amount. Scientists aren’t exactly sure how boron does this. But it could be important for bone health in several ways.
The synergy of this product
Magnesium, Vitamin D, Vitamin K, Zinc & Manganese contribute to the maintenance of normal bones. Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of bones.
Copper & Manganese contribute to the maintenance of normal connective tissues.