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Bone Health

Our unique blend contains essential vitamins, minerals, and trace elements that are important for healthy bone maintenance. And it can give you a helping hand if you’re not getting enough vitamin D, calcium, or magnesium in your diet.

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Bone Health Dailies manufactured by NutraScience in USA.

Every ingredient matters

It’s normal to be skeptical about supplements. And that’s why every ingredient in our supplements is scientifically-backed.

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Backed by science


Vitamin D

25 mcg

Research has shown that doses of vitamin D between 17.5–20 mcg daily along with physical activity and calcium intake may reduce the risk of bone fractures by over 20 percent in people over the age of 60.

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500 mg

Our bones and teeth hold 99 percent of the body’s calcium, so calcium plays a major role in structural support. And research shows that many people need more calcium in their diets.

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250 mg

Fifty to sixty percent of the body’s magnesium is found in our bones, and research shows almost half of adults don’t get enough magnesium in their diets.

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25 mg

Studies over the last 30 years suggest silica likely plays an important role in bone formation and bone health.

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3 mg

Boron is an element that may play a role in supporting normal biological functions including calcium metabolism and bone growth and maintenance.

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Vitamin C

1000 mg

Required for the formation of collagen, a structural protein found in bones and other tissues, vitamin C is also an important antioxidant.

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Vitamin E

268 mg

Higher intakes of vitamin E have been associated with retaining bone strength in older men and women.

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Vitamin K1, Vitamin K2

K1 100 mcg, K2 (MK-7) 200 mcg, K2 (MK-4) 1500 mcg

A major player in structural support, research shows that supplementation with different forms of vitamin K may play a role in maintaining healthy bones.

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Good to the bone

Bones are the protector of our hearts, brains, and other essential organs. They allow us to play catch with our kids, walk our daughter down the aisle, and “work off” the ice cream on the boardwalk. Let’s be good to our bones. Let’s take care of them.

These supplements are not a treatment for any disease, including osteoporosis. The ingredients in this supplement may interact with medications commonly known as blood thinners. If you are experiencing symptoms like bone pain, joint pain, or reduced mobility, or if you are taking a blood thinner, please talk to a healthcare provider in person.

Convenient deliveries

These supplements come in monthly or quarterly shipments of pre-packaged daily doses. Monthly plans are $39 every month (billed and shipped monthly) and quarterly plans are $98 every three months (billed and shipped three months at a time).

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You deserve better

After conversations with Roman members about their interest in supplements, we decided to take a deep dive into that world. We realized there’s a lot of choices on the market and the options can be overwhelming.

So we decided to formulate our own supplements that are accessible and convenient. You can expect doctor-formulated blends with scientifically-backed active ingredients you can trust.

Packets with a purpose

Each dose comes in a convenient, travel-size packet, so you’ll never miss a day or forget how much to take.

Take one pack daily, either all at once or split up throughout the day. Always take these supplements with a full meal.

Remember – supplements are not a replacement for a healthy diet, exercise, and good sleep.


For more information about bone health, Roman, Ro and more, visit our FAQ page. To speak to a care representative, give us a call at (888) 798-8686 or email us at [email protected].

What is osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a condition in which an individual’s bone mineral density is decreased. It is a very common disease that occurs as people get older, particularly postmenopausal women. This is because estrogen is normally protective of the bones but, after menopause, women lose this protection. Having decreased bone mineral density means that the bones are weaker, which makes them more susceptible to fracturing. To determine if an individual has osteoporosis, a bone mineral density test can be performed that measures the density of the bones. This test gives a value called the T-score. A T-score between -1 and +1 is normal. A T-score between -2.5 and -1 is called osteopenia. And a T-score of -2.5 or less is osteoporosis.

While it is common, osteoporosis is not the only disease of the bones. There are many other possible conditions that can impact the bones including osteomalacia (softening of the bones from vitamin D deficiency), bone cancers, Paget’s disease of the bone, osteomyelitis (infection of the bone), osteogenesis imperfecta (a genetic disorder), injuries, and more.

While Roman’s Bone Health supplement is designed to support bone health, it is not intended to treat any bone disease, including osteoporosis, and may not have effects in all users.

Why did Roman choose the ingredients in Roman’s Bone Health supplement?

Roman’s Bone Health supplement is a mix of ten individual ingredients, including vitamin D3, calcium, magnesium, silica, boron, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K1, vitamin K2 (MK-7), and vitamin K2 (MK-4). Roman chose these ingredients because each has individually been shown to have beneficial effects in some studies. These include improved bone mineral density and decreased risk of fracture. In some cases, the evidence is limited. All ten ingredients are generally well tolerated and some are important for overall health as well. And in some cases, like with vitamin D, evidence suggests that a significant portion of the society is deficient and could benefit from supplementation. One older study also found that hospitalized patients have a high rate of magnesium deficiency. Roman’s Bone Health supplement isn’t intended to treat bone disease and isn’t a substitute for treatments prescribed by your healthcare provider. 

How does this supplement compare to other bone health supplements I can buy?

There are many different supplements on the market that advertise that they support bone health. While some individual ingredients may overlap between Roman’s Bone Health supplement and other brands, not all formulations are exactly the same. All ten ingredients and their dosages in Roman’s supplement were individually selected and specifically chosen. Roman’s Bone Health supplement was not tested against or compared to any other products. Roman makes no claims about how this pack will affect your body compared to other bone health supplements.

Will Roman’s Bone Health supplement improve my bone health?

Roman’s Bone Health supplement is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease. While its individual ingredients have been clinically studied, the Bone Health supplement has not been tested in any clinical trials and there is no guarantee that taking the supplement will lead to an improvement in your bone health.

If you do suffer from bone disease, this supplement is not a treatment for your condition. You should talk to your healthcare provider about the best next steps in treatment. You may require treatment with lifestyle modification, medication, surgery, or a combination of these.

How should I take Roman’s Bone Health supplement?

Roman’s Bone Health supplement is intended to be taken daily. Each individual packet contains three tablets, with each containing a mixture of all ten ingredients. You may take all three tablets at once, or you can take them in divided doses throughout the day. To facilitate the absorption of vitamin D, vitamin E, and vitamin K, it is recommended that you take the supplement with food. To assess tolerability, you may want to begin by taking one to two tablets per day. Depending on the side effects you may be experiencing (if any), you can then gradually work your way up to the full dose.