Wendy Sundstrom - Ottawa, Ontario

Hi. I decided to do a video to share my results since starting AlgaeCal in July of 2018.

I've been very happy. My first bone scan in 2015 indicated I was losing bone density and I was pretty concerned. I started off-the-shelf supplementation, as most people do, for calcium and vitamin D in an effort to correct the situation. Needless to say, by my next scan in 2018, my bone density had continued to get progressively worse. My L1 to L4 had slipped to a -3 from a -2.9. I don't know if this can be seen but I charted my results so that they were logical. I did my research for a natural way to correct this decline and found the website for AlgaeCal. I am so glad I did. It gave me such hope reading the reports and viewing the testimonials. I placed an order right away. In the first year, I showed a 12.7% increase in bone density, which was significant. That year, 2019, I was doing a lot of walking and tai chi too. And gardening, lifting watering cans was certainly a way to lift weights. From 2019 to 2020, I also showed great improvement in all areas. Spring of 2020, I started riding my bike seven kilometers five days a week. So exercise is very important I believe. I might add, I try to only eat organic foods and only drink spring water too. Good nutrition is so important. My commitment to finding a natural approach to low bone density has definitely paid off. I will continue with AlgaeCal supplements and the fish oil for the rest of my life. I'm not quite back to a normal range yet but I am close. It is such a sigh of relief. It really, really is. I couldn't be happier to know this product exists and works. The proof is in my bone density increase in each scan. 2019 and 2020. I'm so thankful to have discovered a natural approach that works.

Thanks on behalf of many similar improvements for many happy and relieved people.

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**Increased bone density results are consistent with 3 published studies. Typical bone density increases ranged from 1-4% within 6 months to one year. See studies here. Individual results may vary.