Orthosilicic

Or`tho`si`lic´ic


a.1.(Chem.) Designating the form of silicic acid having the normal or highest number of hydroxyl groups.
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Like Tip Number 50: a cold beer can be refreshing and a good source of orthosilicic acid that is important for bone formation.
3, the carbon dioxide gases are absorbed by silicate to produce orthosilicic acid, which avoids foaming of PU/ silicate composite and enhances the mechanical properties.
So we believe that isocyanate reacts with hydroxyl of orthosilicic acid, which brings the Si-O bond into the main chain of PU and improves the compatibility between PU and silicate.
Choline-stabilized orthosilicic acid supplementation as an adjunct to calcium/vitamin D3 stimulates markers of bone formation in osteopenic females: a randomized, placebo-controlled trial.
One of the ways to increase the manufacture of collagen is to supplement with a highly bioavailable form of silica (choline-stabilized orthosilicic acid or ChOSA).
Also included in OsteoPruTect is a substance called choline-stabilized orthosilicic acid (ch-OSA) which links amino acids to collagen in order to create a greater surface area to which MCHC can adhere.
In addition, other important minerals and nutrients that assist in building bone density are choline-stabilized orthosilicic acid, boron and the omega-3 essential fatty acids.
SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE: In 2007, researchers reported beneficial effects on hair samples of Caucasian women taking 5 mg of cholinestabilized orthosilicic acid (ch-OSA) twice daily for nine months.
patent 5,922,360 and other patents pending) is a silicon supplement, which contains a choline-stabilized and concentrated form of orthosilicic acid, ch-OSA.
Silicon is present in beer in the soluble form of orthosilicic acid (OSA), which yields 50 percent bioavailability, making beer a major contributor to silicon intake in our diet.
Supplementation of calves with stabilized orthosilicic acid.
The silicon supplement BioSil, which contains a choline-stabilized and concentrated form of orthosilicic acid, ch-OSA, may help restore elasticity and suppleness to skin damaged by chronic exposure to sunlight or ultraviolet (UV) rays, and reduce brittleness in hair and nails.