Weekend Challenge: Upper Back Extender And Strengthener

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Back pain is all too common in our modern society. Interestingly, research shows that in certain indigenous cultures, back pain is practically non-existent. This intriguing contradiction inspired some remarkable insights into what, exactly, defines good posture and how the S-shaped spinal curvature came to be accepted as normal. So we’re going to take a look at this fascinating research on … Click to continue →

Avoid Memory Loss (And The Bone-Damaging Stress It Causes) With These 8 Evidence-Backed Solutions

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If you’ve ever forgotten an appointment, meeting, deadline, or even names, you know how stressful an unreliable memory can be. No one needs additional stress, especially considering that it hurts your bones and your overall health. But here’s the good news: you’re not a helpless victim of a forgetful brain, often associated with aging. You can be proactive about preventing … Click to continue →

Alkalize Your Pasta With These 3 Deliciously Creamy Sauces

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Today, I share with you three easy-to-make alkalizing pasta sauces that are also delicious on potatoes, rice, vegetables, and other dishes. While pasta is acidifying and not a nutrient-rich food, the good news is that there are more varieties than ever to choose from, including gluten-free pastas and less acidifying versions such as quinoa and ancient grains pasta. When I … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Seated Abs And Hips Strengthener

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This weekend’s exercise is a highly effective move that’s done while seated in a chair. It’s a great way to take a break from your desk work or from your daily occupation. The Seated Abs And Hips Strengthener targets the abdominal muscles and hip flexors, which are part of the core muscles. They are pivotal for balance, pelvic alignment, posture, … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Cosmetics And Blood Toxins; Prescription Drug Use On The Rise, Including Osteoporosis Drugs; Alendronate Tablets Recalled; And More!

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This past month has seen some intriguing (and disturbing) new developments and revelations in the world of osteoporosis. From new research on toxins in cosmetics to an osteoporosis drug recall, it’s been an interesting month to say the least. Today we’ll look at these issues and more, so let’s get right to it! It’s becoming more and more known that … Click to continue →

The Amazing Tea That Builds Your Bones And Much More

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There are few things more heavenly than the scent of hot lemongrass tea. It’s delicious iced, too, and you might be surprised to learn that drinking lemongrass tea goes well beyond its taste and aroma. It has an amazing number of health benefits, both for your bones and overall health, all backed by scientific research. So if you have it … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: 3 Way Femur Builder And Balance Improver

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Strong, supple leg muscles are vital for coordination and balance, and for an energetic, youthful gait – key components of avoiding falls that could lead to broken bones. And data continues to reiterate just how important fall avoidance is in preventing fractures. So this weekend’s challenge is geared toward strengthening the femur and thigh muscles to enhance your gait, coordination, … Click to continue →

Want To Cut Down On Meat? Try These 3 pH-Balanced International Vegetarian Meatballs Recipes 

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Have you ever found yourself trying to come up with something different from the usual for dinner? Let’s face it – sometimes it seems like you’ve eaten the same things over and over for a while, and it’s hard to come up with something fresh and new. That’s why I can’t wait to share three delicious, unique “meatball” recipes with … Click to continue →

Don’t Let Achy Muscles Stop You! These 7 Bone-Building Foods Ease The Discomfort

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After a lengthy sedentary period, such as after a long winter, it feels great to get active again and enjoy the outdoors. But it doesn’t always feel so great the next day, when sore muscles remind you of that burst of activity. What makes your muscles sore to begin with? And is there anything that can help? Today we’re going … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Cervical Curve Normalizer

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This weekend I share with you an easy move to restore the correct cervical curvature of the neck and more. Exercises like the Cervical Curve Normalizer have been scientifically proven to correct FHP, or Forward Head Posture, which is a significant contributor to kyphosis (Dowager’s Hump). Avoiding and preventing kyphosis is not the only reason to cultivate good posture and … Click to continue →

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