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Calcium comes in many forms, most of which are notoriously difficult for the human body to absorb or use. But Bone Matrix Calcium contains a special form of calcium known as Microcrystalline Hydroxyapatite Calcium (MCHC). 

MCHC has been the choice of leading rheumatologists, osteopaths and orthopedists worldwide for over 40 years because its microcrystalline structure has proven itself to be better than any other form of calcium for strengthening your bones. 

Bone Matrix Calcium also contains 10 other key nutrients essential for your body to turn calcium into bone including vitamins C, D and K. The minerals silicon, magnesium, boron, manganese, zinc and copper, plus Soya isoflavones.

1x 90 tablets
RRP: £34.95 £27.95
2x 90 tablets
RRP: £69.95 £54.95
3x 90 tablets
RRP: £106.95 £79.95
6x 90 tablets
RRP: £199.95 £147.95
12x 90 tablets + 3 Free
RRP: £399.95 £279.95


Your Loss of Bone Mass Begins A Long Time Before Your First Break

 Why risk it when there’s a special type of calcium that keeps your bones strong and healthy for life? And the only type CLINICALLY PROVEN to slow bone loss and strengthen the bone you have remaining…

If you’re over 50, your bones are already in a weakened state.

Do you realise it may only take a small slip, like falling off a ladder or missing your step, to put you in a potentially life threatening situation?

The problem with osteoporosis is you don’t know you’ve got it until it’s too late. It silently eats away at your bones without any outward signs, leaving them like brittle honeycomb.

Most cases of osteoporosis aren’t detected until you’ve already ‘had a fall’ and ended up in hospital, only to be told that osteoporosis has already stolen around 30% of your bone.

Even if you’re one of the lucky ones who survive the complications of a hip fracture, once you know you’ve got osteoporosis, it’s a painful uphill struggle for the rest of your life. The vertebrae in your backbone are usually the first to cause problems. They start to crumble, pressing down on each other, pinching on nerve fibres which cause excruciating, non-stop pain.

Unfortunately there isn’t much your doctor can do, except prescribe various drugs which come with a whole raft of unpleasant side effects. Take Alendronate or Risedronite (the most commonly prescribed drugs for osteoporosis). Their side effects include heart burn, nausea, stomach pains and serious digestion problems. And Relaxifene increases your risk of blood clots.

But there’s a differnet solution your doctor isn’t telling you about: MCHC calcium.

For some forty-plus years, MCHC has been a choice of therapy among leading rheumatologists, osteopaths, and orthopedists worldwide (Climacteric – 2015 February; 18(1):29-37). This is because the microcrystalline form of this particular calcium has shown itself to be “significantly more effective in preventing bone loss than calcium carbonate.”

This much-preferred ‘hydroxyapatite complex’ calcium has the following benefits and advantages over other forms of calcium:

• Its natural mineral structure closely resembles the crystal lattice of bones and teeth. (Stedman’s Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing (5th Ed.); Baltimore, 2005; p. 693.)

• MCHC has improved the healing of fractures and helped to ease back pain in postmenopausal osteoporosis. (Clinical Trials, 1973; 10:67)

• In trials, MCHC has greatly benefitted those afflicted with osteomalacia (a painful bone tissue characterised by a gradual softening and bending of the bones).

With this form of calcium therapy, bones eventually hardened and pain severity nearly disappeared. (Quarterly Journal of Medicine, 1971; 40:303)

• When used with teenage boys suffering from idiopathic juvenile osteoporosis, MCHC stopped the atrophy of skeletal tissue and subsequent bone loss. (H. Bickel and C.E. Dent (Eds.), Inborn Errors of Calcium Metabolism; Lancaster, PA: MTP Press, 1976; p. 222)

• Medical investigators who’ve worked with and used MCHC, like it because it’s better absorbed due to its microcrystalline form and balance (because of other mineral components present). Also, the same researchers have found that this particular calcium is much better absorbed by mouth than other types of calcium. (Age and Ageing, 1973; 2:230)

So why doesn’t your doctor prescribe it to you? It’s the same old problem. Prescription drugs for osteoporosis are worth billions to the big drug companies every year. The last thing they want is word getting out about a natural substance (which can’t be patented) that works better than their expensive drugs and without any of their horrible side effects.

And it’s not as if MCHC is unproven. As you’re about to read in trial after trial MCHC calcium trounces everything else out there when it comes to slowing bone loss and strengthening the remaing bone you have.

Take this clinical study conducted in the Dept. of Medicine at the University of Bristol and in the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases in Bath and published in the British Medical Journal. October 21, 1978; 2(6145):1124)

STUDY PURPOSE: Osteoporosis is common in people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). This is particularly true when the disease is treated with corticosteroids (synthetic anti-inflammatory drugs with potentially severe reactions). This disease often leads to fractures, especially in the spines of older women. Its management has always been tentative at best and unsatisfactory at worst.

A controlled trial was conducted using microcrystalline hydroxyapatite (MCHC) calcium

METHODS & RESULTS: Seventy-two corticosteroid-treated patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), aged 50 or over, were divided into 2 groups, matched for age, sex, and corticosteroid dosage. One group received MCHC daily for 12 months.

Over the year patients in both groups lost stem height – this measures the length of your body from the top of your head to the bottom of your spine when sitting in a standard chair. But there was much greater loss in the control group than in the MCHC group. It was also noticed that ‘radial bone densities’ (one of the bones that run between your elbow and wrist) decreased in both groups, but significantly more so in the control group.

The results of this extensive trial strongly suggest that MCHC has a very significant benefit in preventing the development of osteoporosis in corticosteroid-treated RA patients.

In another study designed to measure the efficacy of Microcrystalline hydroxyapatite compound for the prevention of bone loss in patients with chronic active hepatitis and published in Postgraduate Medical Journal, Sept. 1985; 61(719):791-6, it was found that the reduction in bone thickness was significantly less in the group taking MCHC. These results were consistent with other studies that have demonstrated a beneficial effect from MCHC in corticosteroid-induced osteoporosis.

And in a third ‘meta’ study (the pooling of many other studies) published in Menopause Sept-Oct. 2009; 16(5):984-91comparing MCHC calcium to calcium carbonate to see which was better at preventing bone loss, it was found that “MCHC is significantly more effective in preventing bone loss than calcium carbonate.”

It’s because of these studies (and many others) that MCHC calcium is the only type of calcium we would consider using in our groundbreaking formula: Bone Matrix Calcium. But your body needs several other key nutrients to be present besides calcium to generate new bone…

10 other key nutrients that must be present for your body to turn calcium into bone…

MCHC Calcium (1000mg: 100% RDA) – is a type of ‘super’ calcium that is much easier for your body to absorb than any other calcium and is the only type of calcium PROVEN to slow bone loss.]

Vitamin C (120mg: 200% RDA) – is an essential co-factor in the generation of bone matrix collagen. Collagen accounts for 35% of bone tissue and contributes towards its flexibility and tensile strength.

Vitamin D (200 IU: 50% RDA) – is crucial in ensuring that calcium is absorbed from the small intestine into the body by activating production of a special protein which binds with calcium molecules and carries them across the gut lining.

Vitamin K (20mcg: 25% RDA) – is a fat soluble vitamin essential for bone formation. According to The Nurse’s Health Study which followed 122,000 nurses over 10 years, those with the lowest levels of vitamin K had a 30% increased risk of hip fracture. This indicates vitamin K is a necessary part of the ongoing process of bone remodelling, which should be a continuous event throughout life.

Silicon (25mcg: RDA not estbld.) – functions as a biological cross linking agent contributing to the architecture and resilience of bone and connective tissues. It features heavily in young bones but is almost absent in older bones making them weaker and more prone to fracture.

Magnesium (300mg: 75% RDA) – The average adult body contains about 30g of magnesium. 70% is in bone, the remaining 30% inside the cells of the body’s soft tissue. Magnesium stimulates production of the hormone calcitonin, which ensures calcium is deposited in your bones.

Boron (500mcg: RDA not estbld) – is absolutely essential for the formation of new bone. There are 56ppm (parts per million) of boron in healthy bones versus only 3ppm in osteoporotic bones. In various studies it has also been found to increase bone strength and ‘crush resistance’ of vertebrae by 10% or better.

Manganese (4mg: 200% RDA) – 25% of total body manganese resides in the inorganic portion of bone, but a small amount is deposited in the organic matrix, responsible for bone growth and strength.

Isoflavones (100mg: RDA not estbld) – are substances that have oestrogen-like effects on the body. Found primarily in soy products, isoflavones have been shown to increase bone density and slow bone loss in menopausal women. Results from several studies suggest that, in the years leading up to menopause, women may decrease their risk of osteoporosis by consuming soy products rich in isoflavones.

Zinc (6mg: 40% RDA) – Zinc has a strong stimulatory effect on bone formation and mineralisation. Of all tissue types bone has one of the highest concentrations of zinc. Studies have previously shown that men and women with low intakes of zinc have an increased likelihood of getting osteoporosis.

Copper (0.5mg: 25% RDA) – is an essential metal element for skeletal integrity. In humans with copper deficient diets the final development of bone collagen becomes severely impaired. Collagen gives bone cartilage its strength and flexibility.

No other calcium supplement is more powerful or effective at slowing bone loss and strengthening your bones than Bone Matrix Calcium

Growing new bone is a complex process involving many nutrients and body systems. If you’ve been disappointed by calcium supplements in the past, it was probably because one or more of the above support nutrients weren’t present either inside your body or the supplement formula.

As you can see Bone Matrix Calcium contains all the key nutrients, critical for calcium to be turned into bone – and delivers them in the optimum levels, we believe, will give you the best results.

Bone Matrix Calcium is the simplest, most effective way to boost your calcium levels, slow bone loss and strengthen the bone you have remaining.

But how will you know Bone Matrix Calcium is working?

3 clear signs your body is absorbing the MCHC calcium in Bone Matrix Calcium

Any facial tics or muscle tremors (symptoms of calcium deficiency) you may be suffering from, will cease – often within a matter of DAYS!

And within a few weeks of taking Bone Matrix Calcium you’ll notice your nails will start growing faster and those annoying little white ‘specs’ will stop appearing on them. And they will be more supple and less likely to crack or break.

I appreciate growing new nails is a lot easier than growing new bone. But nails, like bone, are made primarily of calcium. Increased nail growth is a positive sign that the MCHC calcium in Bone Matrix Calcium is being taken up and used by your body.

And you will have a lot more energy than usual. Your muscles will feel stronger and you won’t tire so easily.

Calcium isn’t just important for keeping your bones strong

Two of calcium’s most important duties are generating your heartbeat and controlling nerve and muscle functions. It also lowers blood pressure and prevents hypertension – greatly reducing your chances of suffering a stroke.

And calcium plays a critical role in the production of cell DNA, which is the basis for all body repairs. Low calcium therefore means less body repair and faster ageing.

Just imagine:

Feeling strong and vital instead of weak and vulnerable
Looking younger with bags of energy and stamina
Better muscle strength
Improved quality of sleep
No more lower back pain (strengthened vertebrae), aching muscles or sore joints
Playing with your grandkids without “feeling it” the next day
Lower cholesterol and blood pressure – no more worries about hypertension
Smoother, trouble free digestion – without the gas, bloating or constipation 
Healthier hair, stronger teeth and clearer, more supple nails

That’s what life could be like for with Bone Matrix Calcium, just like it is for the thousands of other people who take it on a daily basis.

The good news is you don’t have to imagine what life is like with the right levels of calcium coursing through your veins because for your complete peace of mind Bone Matrix Calcium comes with our no quibble 6 months money back giarantee, so you've got plenty of time to try it out and find out how well it works without any financial risk. 

Ingredients and Dosage

Additional Information


Bone Matrix Calcium

Ingredients and dosage

Suggested dosage:

Take 1-3 Tablets 3 times per day.

Ingredients list:

Typical per daily dose
(6 tablets)






Citrus Bioflavonoids




Vitamin C


Soya Isoflavones








Vitamin D (330iu)




Vitamin K


Additional ingredients: Calcium Carbonate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Magnesium Oxide, Cross-linked Carboxy Methyl Cellulose, Polyvinyl Pyrrolidone, Citrus Bioflavonoids, Magnesium Hydroxide, Calcium Ascorbate, Soya Isoflavones (Soya), Coating: (Hydroxy Propyl Methyl Cellulose, Talc, Colour: Titanium Dioxide, Propylene Glycol), Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, Manganese Sulphate Monohydrate, Talc, Boron Amino Acid Chelate, Zinc Methionine, Cholecalciferol, Cupric Sulphate, Vitamin K Preparation.

Suitable for vegetarians.


Ingredients Vitamin K