Weekend Challenge: Workday Posture Straightener

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Prolonged sitting can wreak havoc on your posture, whether you’re sitting at a desk, in front of a screen, knitting, or any number of forward-leaning activities. Unfortunately, a quick shrug or stretch every once in a while isn’t enough to offset the damage caused by sitting down for extended periods of time. To maintain good posture, you need to strengthen … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Vermont Pioneers GMO Labeling, Medical Mistakes Claim More Lives Than Ever, Tequila Agave For Osteoporosis, And More!

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This month’s Bulletin brings you some remarkable new information about GMOs, medical error, and the bone health benefits of the agave plant. The U.S. is waking up to the worldwide push to label genetically-modified foods, and one state is taking the lead on this important health issue. Meanwhile, hundreds of deaths are occurring daily in hospitals, and amazingly, it’s not … Click to continue →

This Recently Discovered, Fascinating Brain-Bone Connection Will Amaze You

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Today we’re going to delve into a fascinating way in which your brain and bones are connected. It involves a neurochemical known as neuropeptide Y, or NPY, which acts as an appetite stimulant and research has recently revealed that it has the capacity to reduce bone density. In today’s post, we’re going to take a close look at this neuropeptide … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Seated Femur And Core Strengthener

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This weekend, I bring you an exercise you can do from a chair. It is an effective move for strengthening the femur because it works the muscles in the upper leg. It also targets the core and lower leg muscles, making it ideal for restoring and maintaining functionality. The Seated Femur And Core Strengthener strengthens the same muscles you use … Click to continue →

Lemon Balm: A Calming Alternative To Bone-Damaging Anti-Anxiety Drugs

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Stress and anxiety damage bones by raising cortisol levels and causing an acidifying imbalance in the body. So naturally, reducing stress and anxiety makes sense for your bone health. Most people turn to their doctors for help, and usually leave the doctor’s office with a prescription for an anti-anxiety drug. One of the most popular class of drugs for this … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: The Trip And Fall Averter

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This weekend’s exercise addresses issues of particular concern to older adults: balance and cognitive health. The Trip And Fall Averter works muscles that are associated with balance, particularly muscle groups in the legs. This forms muscle memory that helps keep you upright when you react to a loss of balance. As you improve your balance with exercises like this one, … Click to continue →

Not Eating Enough Salad? Here Are 3 Make-Ahead Delicious Recipes You Can Refrigerate For Up To One Week!

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Have you ever wanted a salad, but didn’t want to go to the trouble to make one? I know I have! To avoid missing the opportunity to eat an alkalizing dish with all kinds of bone-building nutrients, I’ve found that one of the best tricks is to keep my refrigerator stocked with pre-made salads. That way, I can have a … Click to continue →

More Scientific Proof That Bisphosphonates Destroy Bone And Cause Atypical Fractures

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It’s no secret to Savers that bisphosphonates damage bone and ironically, cause painful and life-changing atypical fractures. But just how far the damage goes has been recently elucidated, with research showing that bisphosphonates deteriorate bone integrity on multiple levels. Today, I bring you two recent studies that reveal the disturbing truth about this popular class of osteoporosis drugs. We’re going … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Targeted Arm Strengthener And Chest Opener

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We’re continuing with upper-body exercises this weekend with The Targeted Arm Strengthener And Chest Opener. It’s an excellent move to tone your triceps (the muscles in the back of your upper arms) and open up your chest. It also engages the core, strengthening the pelvis. This challenge effectively counteracts slumped shoulders, and combines postural and resistance exercise which, according to … Click to continue →

Discover The Evidence-Based Benefits Of Eating Raw Food (Plus A Scrumptious Recipe)

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There always seems to be a fad diet going on, and often these diets are not backed by scientific evidence, so they soon lose credibility and subsequently fade from popularity. In contrast, solid, scientifically-backed nutrition endures the test of time. Many fad diets do have a kernel of truth to them, which, if taken within the context of sound nutrition, … Click to continue →

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