Weekend Challenge: The Leg-Eye Coordination Improver

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This weekend’s challenge is a practical, simple, but crucial exercise that improves leg-eye coordination to help prevent falls. Fall prevention goes hand-in-hand with fracture prevention, and leg-eye coordination is one of the keys to unlocking excellent balance and “object avoidance” (not tripping over objects, in other words!). Leg-eye coordination is about reinforcing the body-brain connection, and exercises that do this … Click to continue →

3 Unexpected Stress Triggers That Can Damage Your Bones

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Stress is not only unpleasant; it can damage your bones by keeping cortisol levels elevated. So naturally, it makes sense to avoid it. Sometimes, that means “exposing” sources of stress that you may not even realize are there, and then doing something positive to overcome them. So if you’re stressed often and find it hard to pinpoint the root cause, … Click to continue →

Bone Biomechanics: The Truth About Bone Strength And Why Osteoporosis Drugs Don’t Prevent Fractures (But May Actually Cause Them!)

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The Medical Establishment centers osteoporosis diagnosis and treatment on just one measurable bone health parameter: bone density. The Save Our Bones Program emphasizes that not density, but rather bone quality and tensile strength are key to fracture resistance. While it is desirable to increase bone density, not all bone density is created equal, as you’ll learn in today’s post. So … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Isometric Femur Builder

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This weekend’s challenge is an isometric exercise that works the thigh muscles to build density in the femur, which is especially important for anyone who’s ever taken bisphosphonates and for those suffering from knee pain. Knee pain is, unfortunately, quite common, especially among older adults. But research shows that strengthening the thigh muscles brings relief of knee pain, even if … Click to continue →

High Cholesterol And Your Bones: The Surprising Link (Plus 10 Foods That Naturally Lower Your Cholesterol)

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“You have to lower your cholesterol to avoid heart disease.” “High cholesterol is mainly caused from eating fatty foods.” Chances are you’ve heard these statements from your doctor or read them online. Statements like these have been in common parlance for so long that they’re considered standard knowledge. But there’s only one problem. The above statements are incorrect, and so … Click to continue →

3 Refreshing Bone-Healthy Ice Cream Replacements Ready In Minutes

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It’s the heart of midsummer in the Northern Hemisphere, and during the hottest days of the year, you might crave a scoop (or two!) of ice cream. But most ice cream brands contains toxic ingredients, so I’m excited to share with you three scrumptious, bone-smart recipes for cool, creamy treats that are full of nutrition and flavor. They’re just the … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: The Mid-Spine And Shoulder Stabilizer

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With so many daily activities requiring computer work and using hand-held electronic devices, it’s really important to target the mid-spine, neck, and shoulders with specific posture corrective exercises. These are the areas that hunch forward with poor posture, especially when sitting for long periods of time. Exercises that pull the skeleton in the opposite direction build muscle, bone, prevent rounded … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Artificial Light And Bone Health, Majority Of Patients Refuse Osteoporosis Drugs, Merck’s Astonishing Legal Maneuver, And More!

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Welcome to this month’s Save Our Bones Bulletin, where you’ll find fascinating new research on how artificial indoor lighting affects your bones, why more people than ever are refusing osteoporosis drugs, and Merck’s latest legal move regarding thousands of Fosamax-induced femoral fractures and the resulting lawsuits. Let’s get started with the latest osteoporosis news! The vast majority of human history … Click to continue →

Which Is The Best Time To Exercise For Your Bones: Morning, Afternoon, Or Evening?

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There’s no question that exercise is essential for bone health and so much more. But is there a way to optimize your workouts, specifically by selecting a time to exercise, such as morning or afternoon? Some studies show that to get the most out of your workout you should exercise in the morning, while other research concludes that an afternoon … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Femur And Leg Builder

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This weekend’s challenge is an exercise that targets the lower body. It not only strengthens the muscles and bones in your hips and legs, but also fine-tunes your balance. This is a highly effective move to avoid femoral fractures, which are of special concern if you’ve ever taken bisphosphonates. And I also share with you eye-opening statistical research on exercising … Click to continue →

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