Weekend Challenge: Kyphosis Tester And Preventer

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Savers are undoubtedly aware of FHP (Forward Head Posture) and its association with kyphosis, or Dowager’s Hump. But what you may not know is that poor posture can influence your overall health, affecting more than your bones. There’s good news, though: FHP and kyphosis can be corrected and prevented with the right kind of exercises. Also, with a simple evaluation, … Click to continue →

9 Foods That Naturally Whiten Your Teeth And Build Your Bones

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You are probably aware of certain beverages that stain your teeth, such as tea, coffee, and red wine. But you may not know that just as some foods and drinks cause dental stains, others help clean and whiten them naturally. And there’s more good news – most of these teeth-whitening foods are Foundation Foods on the Save Our Bones Program, … Click to continue →

Avoid These 7 Liver-Harming Habits That Also Hurt Your Bones (#3 Will Startle You)

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It’s remarkable how certain habits can actually undermine your bone health. In fact, it might surprise you to learn that there are some very common habits that can actually cause liver damage, setting the stage for weak and fragile bones. Today we’re going to take a close look at seven habits that can negatively impact liver function, but first, let’s … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Weighted Core Strengthener

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Your core muscles are vitally important for just about every activity you engage in. A strong core promotes balance (and therefore fall prevention), coordination, good posture, strong bones, and much more. Today’s exercise is a core muscle strengthener. It can be done with or without weights, and if you choose to use weights, you can easily substitute water bottles or … Click to continue →

Why You Should Be Eating Blackberries. Hint: They’re Among The Richest Source Of These Bone-Protective Nutrients

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Blackberries evoke fond memories for me. When I was a little girl, my father’s business had a small garden with blackberry bushes. My two brothers and I looked forward to visiting him there so we could enjoy blackberries at their best, right off the thorny branches. Many people have fun memories of “berrying” with their friends and family this time … Click to continue →

Juicing Vs. Blending: Which Is Better For Your Bones? Get The Evidence-Based Facts

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I often get asked about the bone health benefits of juicing as compared to blending. While both are nutritious and good for your bones, there are some advantages of one over the other. So today we’re going to take a closer look at what the science-based facts are on the bone health benefits of juicing vs. blending. After careful review … Click to continue →

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 →

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