4-in-1 comprehensive formula for bone & heart health
Bonovita is the first and only health supplement with a unique combination of 4 active ingredients with multifaceted benefits for bone and heart health. Its optimised formulation of Bonolive® Olive leaf extract, Vitamin K2, Vitamin D3 and Calcium Carbonate holistically supports and maintains healthy bones, heart and promotes general health.
Innovative & comprehensive 4-in-1 formula
Supports strong bones & healthy heart
Careful selection of superior, high quality ingredients
Convenient once daily dosing
What is Bonovita?
Bonovita is an innovative and comprehensive health supplement with 4 established active ingredients for healthy, strong bones and heart. Its unique combination contains Bonolive® Olive Extract (Oleuropein 40%), Vitamin K2, Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) together with Calcium Carbonate. Each of these ingredients is carefully selected based on its scientifically researched benefits for bone and heart health.[1,2,3] They work together synergistically to provide extensive health effects for our overall well-being.
Bonovita is highly beneficial for adults, including the elderly, who seek a healthy and active lifestyle. As a 4-in-1 health supplement with once daily dosing, Bonovita is a convenient choice to promote healthy bones and heart.
How does Bonovita help?
Strengthens healthy bones
Maintains ideal cardiovascular health
Supports stronger immunity
Nurtures overall well-being
Why choose Bonovita?
Bonovita is a comprehensive 4-in-1 health supplement providing multiple vitamins and nutrients ranging from Olive leaf extract, Vitamin K2, Vitamin D3 and Calcium in each veggie capsule. It is specially formulated with superior forms of each ingredient to bring out the highest bioavailability and better efficacy for healthy bones and heart. Taking 1 capsule of Bonovita once daily is a convenient and extensive way to obtain essential nutrients that may be lacking from our diets alone.
healthy bones & heart
Established safety & tolerability profiles
Superior, quality forms of active ingredients
Beneficial for adults including elderly
Convenient once daily dosing
Safe & quality
product of France
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