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Fig. 1. From: Enhancement of Calcium/Vitamin D Supplement Efficacy by Administering Concomitantly Three Key Nutrients Essential to Bone Collagen Matrix for the Treatment of Osteopenia in Middle-Aged Women: A One-Year Follow-Up.

Compliance of the calcium/vitamin D + CB6Pro-treated osteopenic group (n = 20) to the nutritive prescription (CB6Pro), as assessed by urinary excretion of pyridoxic acid (4-PA), vitamin B6 end-metabolite. Plain and hatched dark grey bars, respectively, represent pre- and post-treatment values. Pre- and post-treatment values of 4-PA are also shown for the normal controls receiving a placebo and the control osteopenic group treated with calcium/vitamin D (white and light grey bars, respectively) (n = 20 per group). Data are means ± SD. Asterisks indicate the significance level for pre- and post-treatment comparison for the experimental osteopenic group: **p<0.01. There was no significant difference for the normal and osteopenic control groups not receiving vitamin B6 (CB6Pro) as expected.

Priscilla G. Masse, et al. J Clin Biochem Nutr. 2010 January;46(1):20-29.
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Fig. 2. From: Enhancement of Calcium/Vitamin D Supplement Efficacy by Administering Concomitantly Three Key Nutrients Essential to Bone Collagen Matrix for the Treatment of Osteopenia in Middle-Aged Women: A One-Year Follow-Up.

Pre- and post-treatment bone mineral density (BMD, g/cm2) at lumbar (A and B) and femoral (C) sites in each subject group (n = 20) for all sites under investigation. Pre- and post-treatment are indicated by plain and hatched bars, respectively. White, light grey and darker grey bars represent, respectively, the normal controls, the control osteopenic group treated with calcium/vitamin D, and the experimental osteopenic group treated with calcium/vitamin D combined with three other bone-related nutrients relevant to collagen matrix. Data are means ± SD. Neck: femur neck; Wards: femur Ward’s triangle; Troch: femur trochanter; Dia: femur diaphysis. Asterisks indicate significance levels for pre- and post-treatment comparisons for each group: *p<0.05; **p<0.01; ***p<0.001.

Priscilla G. Masse, et al. J Clin Biochem Nutr. 2010 January;46(1):20-29.

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