Ossein-hydroxyapatite complex (OHC) – the main component of bone tissue. OHC mainly consists of an organic extracellular matrix covered with hydroxyapatite and contains important organic and non-organic components in physiologically balanced amounts.
Additional consumption OHC makes it possible to:
– suppress bone destruction (resorption), and help strengthen bone tissue. During menopause, bone loss accelerates, so it is especially important for women during this period to maintain the required level of calcium delivery to bone tissue and its retention in bones. It gives the opportunity to counteract the development of osteopenia and osteoporosis, and reduce the risk of fractures;
– promote the quality of bone fusion in case of injuries and fractures;
– promote the regeneration of cartilage tissue.
The slow release of calcium from OHC ensures the absence of hypercalcemia (unlike products containing only calcium salts).