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Did you know that approximately 54 million Americans have osteoporosis and low bone mass, putting them at increased risk for osteoporosis? And that osteoporosis is responsible for over 2 million broken bones each year, a number that’s likely to increase to 3 million by 2025? In honor of May being National Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month, Adora Calcium Supplements wants you to think about your bone health. Whether you’re 25, 40 or 70 years old, your bones need protecting to ensure they stay healthy and strong.
The National Osteoporosis Foundation has simple, but often neglected, recommendations for maintaining proper bone health:
· Get enough calcium and vitamin D and eat a well-balanced diet.
· Engage in regular exercise.
· Eat foods that are good for bone health, such as fruits and vegetables.
· Avoid smoking and limit alcohol to 2-3 drinks per day.
Adora combines your calcium and vitamin D needs for a 1, 2 punch for bone health. Just two servings of Adora’s decadent chocolate calcium supplements provide 100% of your daily calcium recommendation! Plus, Adora now has double the amount of vitamin D3 for enhanced calcium absorption.
Adora isn’t a chalky pill or chewy tablet. You’ll actually crave your calcium as Adora is made with only organic dark and milk chocolate, has no GMOs and only 30 calories in each serving.
What we thought:
These tasty little chocolates remind me of those little gold chocolate coins (which IMO, makes them even more fun to enjoy:) I usually have a hard time remembering to take vitamins and supplements, but it's not very often I pass up the chance to nibble some chocolate. Adora's delicious chocolate treats are a great way to get in those important Vitamin D and Calcium nutrients without the chalkiness of other supplements. It's pretty easy to remember to eat a few pieces of chocolate a day, so I believe Adora is a win-win!
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