Bevko Bone & Minerals Complete - 240 Tablets

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Bevko’s Bone & Minerals Complete contains all of the minerals needed for bone formation, plus other cofactors (such as vitamins K and D) needed to help the body absorb and use the minerals. All of the minerals in this formula are chelated with (attached to) amino acids or Krebs cycle intermediates (glycinates, aspartate, citrate, and so on) to make the minerals highly absorbable. Absorbability (or bioavailability) is crucial because a nutrient that is not absorbable cannot be used by the body, no matter how much of the nutrient you take in.

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, adults take 4 or more daily as directed by your physician or health-care provider.

WARNING: As with all potassium-containing supplements, persons with renal insufficiency should consult their health-care professional before using.

Why Are Minerals So Important?

Everyone (men, women, and children) needs minerals. Most people think minerals are just for bones and that calcium is the only one that is important. That statement could not be further from the truth! Minerals affect thousands of chemical reactions in your body! Every time you use a muscle, every time your heart beats, every time you breathe -- minerals are being used. For example, magnesium blocks calcium from entering the cells of the heart and smooth muscles. As a result, this mineral:

  • helps lower blood pressure
  • reduces vascular resistance
  • enables the heart to function more efficiently

Magnesium is also important to such functions as energy production, replication of cells, and enzymatic reactions in the body. ¹ (See also Cal-Mag Plus)

Isn’t Calcium All I Need for Bones?

To build bone, you need much more than calcium! Bone building requires a whole list of nutrients. For instance, if you take in just calcium and not enough (or any) magnesium, the body will waste calcium to hold on to the magnesium! Bone formation requires many nutrients, including magnesium, vitamin K, vitamin D, manganese, boron, zinc, silicon, and calcium. Bevko’s Bone & Minerals Complete contains all of these nutrients, plus extra minerals (including chromium and selenium, which are also important in many activities in the body.) All of these vitamins and minerals, plus other essential nutrients, are included in Bevko’s Bone & Minerals Complete formula.*

For details on how minerals work in the body (or what happens when you are deficient in these minerals), read the blog post "Bone & Minerals Complete"

¹ Murray, Michael T., ND; Encyclopedia of Nutritional Supplements, Prima Health (division of Prima Publishing), Rocklin, CA. 1996. pp. 161-162.


This product is free of corn, wheat, gluten, sugar, yeast, soy derivatives, fish, dairy peanuts, tree nuts, artificial coloring, preservatives or flavorings.

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Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 3
Servings Per Container: 80
  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Vitamin D (as cholecalciferol 800 UI 200%
Vitamin K (as phytonadione) 500 mcg 625%
Iodine (From Potassium Iodide) 120 mcg 80%
Magnesium (as magnesium aspartate 275 mcg 69%
Calcium (as 50% calcium citrate & 50% di-calcium malate) 500 mg 50%
Zinc (as Chelazome)(amino acid chelate 25 mg 167%
Manganese (as Chelazome aa chelate) 10 mg 500%
Chromium (as Chromate as polynicotinate) 300 mcg 250%
Selenium (as selenium amino acid chelate 300 mcg 429%
Molybenum (as molybenum chelazome aa chelate) 100 mcg 133%
Potassium (as potassium proteinate) 90 mcg 3%
Boron (as boron proteinate 5 mcg *
Vanadium (as vanadyl sulfate) 100 mcg *
Silica (as horsetail silica powder 10mg *
*Daily value not established.


Other Ingrediants: sodium carboxymethycellulose, cellulose, magnesium stearate, glaze. This product is free of corn, wheat, gluten, sugar, yeast, soy derivatives, fish, dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, artificial coloring, preservatives or flavorings.



Tamper resistant package, do not use if seal is missing.

For optimal storage conditions, store in a cool, dry place.

(59°-77° F / 15°-25° C) (35-65% relative humidity)


*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.