New Chapter Bone Strength Take Care Review Video

In-depth review of New Chapter Bone Strength Take Care supplement. Find out who should take this product and why it’s different that the other bone strength supplements out there.

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New Chapter Take Care formulas target specific areas of wellness and provide combinations of whole-food cultured vitamins, minerals, herbs and superfoods to support health and wellness.

Bone Health & Calcium: Plant vs. Rock?

Typical calcium supplements are derived from rocks (limestone). Simple, rock-based calcium has a flat, basic architecture and lacks many other bone-supportive nutrients.

The Whole-Food Difference

Bone Strength Take Care is different. Plant-sourced and porous, our Calcium is part of an intricate matrix of minerals that are organized in a natural honeycomb structure. For holistic bone nourishment, it delivers whole-food Calcium, Magnesium and multiple other trace minerals.

Sustainably Sourced

The Calcium complex in Bone Strength Take Care is derived from a natural plant form called Red Marine Algae (Lithothamnion), sustainably harvested from pristine shores along the Icelandic coastline.


  • Plant-sourced whole-food calcium, not limestone
  • Slow & Steady Release Calcium Formula with Magnesium & D3
  • TargetCal® with K2 Acts to Direct Calcium to Bones

Both men and women will begin to lose 0.5–1% of their bone density or degree of bone mineralization per year starting around age 30. In women, the rate of loss will spike to 2–3% per year for the first 3–15 years following menopause.

Beyond bone health: The critical need for calcium

Calcium is a critical mineral that is important not only for bone health, but one that also aids muscle and nerve function, blood pressure regulation, blood clotting, cellular health, and the release of certain hormones. Calcium is even required for a normal heartbeat!

Not surprisingly, given this vital role, the body maintains a constant level of calcium in the bloodstream. To support this constant level, our bones also act as a storage bank for calcium. If blood calcium levels are low due to dietary intake, calcium is taken from our bones and used by the body — which over time can affect bone density.

The body also loses calcium through sweat, urine, cut hair and nails, so replacing this lost calcium on a daily basis is essential to prevent further removal of calcium from the bones.

Are you getting the right kind of calcium?

Not all calcium is created equal. The whole-food calcium in New Chapter’s Bone Strength Take Careis easily recognized and absorbed by our bodies because it’s plant-based. But the calcium in most conventional supplements comes from limestone – rocks. The body simply doesn’t recognize or absorb it in the same way.