Why more middle-aged people are taking Ossomer® Calcium Supplements?

The answer lies in the increased calcium requirement that occurs with age. This is particularly pertinent to females, who typically have a lower bone mass than males. Ageing and menopause decrease the absorption and conservation of calcium.

By age 65, calcium absorption capacity is approximately 50% of an adolescent. Ineffectual intestinal absorption or a diet with inadequate amounts of calcium may lead to a premature and progressive re-absorption of calcium from the bones, and to the development of osteoporosis.

Preventative measures are extremely important in contemporary society, with women spending more years in the postmenopausal period with an increasing life expectancy.

Calcium Supplements – how Ossomer® boosts your dietary intake  

Ossomer® Calcium Supplement works to enhance your health. The combination of calcium and cetain vitamins supports your body to absorb calcium correctly. Ossomer® Calcium Supplements are available exclusively online, direct from the manufacturer in New Zealand and delivered worldwide to your door.



Ossomer® Calcium Supplement is derived from the potent source of calcium found in fish bones. Ossomer® Calcium supplements may even help support bone health and heart health, as well as metabolic function.

How does Ossomer™ Calcium Supplement support bone health?

Taken regularly, Ossomer® calcium supplement provides additional calcium to your diet. Calcium in the bones does not become depleted when the body has this alternative source of calcium available. Ossomer® Calcium Supplements provide a consistent and available source of calcium to the body.

Ossomer™ calcium supplements contain magnesium, potassium, and carbonate in their natural proportions. These minerals are intrinsically linked to the physiological roles of calcium and phosphate, and their metabolism is frequently linked through common hormonal signals.  

Magnesium is essential in cellular function, and is a metallo-coenzyme in over three hundred cellular phosphate-transfer reactions. Similarly to calcium, low serum levels of magnesium increase the production of PTH. Impaired PTH secretion and inadequate vitamin D3 production is a hallmark of magnesium deficiency, and is a significant contributing factor toward hypocalcemia and the development of osteoporosis.

Calcium vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) and vitamin K2-MK7 – are all present in Ossomer™ Calcium Supplements. The addition of both Vitamin D3 and K2 aids the active absorption of calcium in the small intestine.