OSAPlex MK-7

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OSAplex MK-7Bone health is essential to overall health and vitality, and bones are dependent on a constant supply of micronutrients for maintenance and repair. It is widely known that minerals such as calcium and phosphorus are vital to bone maintenance; however, bone strength is ultimately dependent upon minerals binding to flexible core posts inside the bone. These flexible posts are made from collagen, a protein whose production is stimulated by the mineral silicon. Collagen is essential to maintaining the number of bone-calcium binding sites available, and therefore essential, to maintaining bone integrity, flexibility, and strength as we age. OSAPlex MK-7 provides nutrients that work together to support bone production, strength, and maintenance. This multifaceted approach is an important factor in enhancing absorption of bone- building nutrients and preventing select vitamin and mineral depletions.*Calcium Revolution Health & Wellness Clinic’s microcrystalline hydroxyapatite concentrate (MCHC) from Bone Support contains a premium, proprietary, standardized bone extract from New Zealand bovine and provides a crystalline calcium and phosphorus matrix in the ideal physiological ratio of 2:1. Ossopan, in Bone Revolution, delivers bioactive growth factors and type I collagen, amino acids, glycosaminoglycans, and a broad range of essential trace elements. Scientific studies on Ossopan, over a span of four decades, suggest that Ossopan supplementation fundamentally supports bone health.*[1-4]Vitamin D OSAPlex MK-7 contains cholecalciferol (vitamin D3), the same form that is endogenously synthesized from cholesterol in the presence of UV light from the sun. Vitamin D is needed to maintain blood levels of calcium and phosphate for normal bone metabolism. A randomized, population-based, three-year trial on women aged 65 to 71 indicated that daily supplementation with vitamin D and calcium had a positive and statistically significant impact on total body bone integrity.*[5]

Menaquinone-7 (MK-7) Bone Revolution contains menaquinone-7, a bioactive form of vitamin K2 (the menaquinone form of vitamin K). Vitamin K plays an active role in bone metabolism and is required for calcium utilization because it activates osteocalcin, the protein needed to bind calcium to the mineral matrix in bone. Vitamin K exerts additional protective effects as it supports bone integrity by moderating the synthesis of prostaglandin E2 and interleukin-6 by osteoclasts.[6,7]. As the natural, long-chain form of vitamin K, MK-7 was found to reach higher and more prolonged serum levels when compared to a synthetic form of vitamin K and also to have a more profound effect on osteocalcin.*[8]

RejuvN8 Silicon has been found to directly stimulate collagen type I synthesis in human bone-forming cells, enhance osteoblast differentiation, and support bone flexibility resulting in greater resistance to physical stress.[9,10] A patented, stabilized silicon in the form of ch-OSA® (choline-stabilized orthosilicic acid) in Bone Revolution provides stimulation and support for collagen production. As a collagen-generating complex, ch-OSA links single chains of amino acids together to form collagen strands, which then create the core-post “binding sites” for calcium and other bone minerals.*[11,12]

A 12-month, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial suggested that individuals given ch-OSA in addition to calcium and vitamin D3—versus calcium and vitamin D3 alone—experienced a significant improvement in P1NP (serum procollagen type 1 N-terminal propeptide), the most sensitive bone formation marker. Results also suggested an overall positive trend for other bone formation markers and a significant improvement in femoral neck T-score with a 6 mg dose of ch-OSA. Additionally, the ch-OSA group showed no adverse effects.*[13]

OSAPlex MK-7 is a comprehensive, multinutrient formula that provides the fundamental components needed for bone and skeletal health. Instead of adopting a single-nutrient, unbalanced approach to supplementation, utilize OSAPlex MK-7 to help build and maintain healthy bone over time.*

Revolution Health & Wellness Clinic Supplements FDA Statement

Bone Revolution Supplement Facts


Consume the contents of one packet with a meal, one to two times daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Children and pregnant or lactating women should consult their healthcare practitioner prior to use. Consider total vitamin K intake (food + supplements) if you are taking blood-thinning medication. Present studies show that 45 mcg of MK-7 from Vitamin k2 daily is not likely to interfere with blood-thinning medicines.


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