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The Peculiar Bone-Healthy Fruit

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“Eat your prunes!” has been the refrain of caring grandmas through the ages. Grandma was probably thinking of your digestive health, but recently prunes have been in the news for a different reason. A Florida State University study led by Shirin Hooshmand and Bahram H. Arjmandi claims that prunes are “the most effective fruit in both preventing and reversing bone … Click to continue →

My Thanksgiving Gift: Chef Secrets E-Book

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Every single day I am thankful for the Save Our Bones community. And on this Thanksgiving day, I'd like to give special thanks for your being a part of it and for sticking by my side. Our community is growing by leaps and bounds, and although much to the chagrin of some, it's a a victory for those who believe … Click to continue →

The Fall Bone Connection

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Fall is in the air, at least here in the U.S.. And as days are getting shorter, nature signals that it’s a time for retreat and renewal in preparation for the restorative rest of winter that will bloom into a spring awakening. Deciduous trees change color and shed their leaves, creating a kaleidoscope of brilliant colors (as well as piles … Click to continue →

Are They Right About Milk? The Milk Myth Revisited

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I always find it thrilling when I learn that the Save Our Bones community continues to gain more and more recognition. And we must be doing something right, because this past summer, the Nutrition Action Healthletter (NAH) - the “largest circulation health and nutrition newsletter in the North America” (their typo, not mine) - ran a feature in an attempt … Click to continue →

Revealed: The Osteoporosis ‘Spook’ Factor

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Science has advanced by leaps and bounds in the last couple of decades. Researchers have mapped the human genome identifying approximately 25,000 genes in our DNA, found nearly 3,000 different enzymes in the human body, and discovered a PET-scanner that measures the activity of biochemical pathways at the cellular level. These are only a few of the myriad of breakthrough … Click to continue →

ALERT: Shocking Vaccine Study Just Released

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Just one week ago, I posted an article on new discoveries about the immune system and how they help explain the inefficacy of the flu shot. Not surprisingly, it stirred up some controversy, and many in our community voiced their opinions loud and clear. I, for one, was not surprised. Immunization is a volatile topic since we are told that … Click to continue →

The Ancient Grain That’s Good For Your Bones

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As winter approaches, thoughts turn to curling up in front of a cozy fireplace with a bowl of warm soup. Comforting foods that warm your belly and soothe your soul are just the ticket for warding off the chill of winter. Barley, with its rich, creamy texture and subtle nutty flavor, is a perfect comfort food. If you love barley … Click to continue →

Flu Shot Update 2011: Everything You Need To Know

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They're almost impossible to ignore. From storefronts to highways, you've probably seen the imposing signs and billboards proclaiming "Flu Shots Now Availalbe." But in reality, there’s nothing new about these vaccines, because this year’s flu shot happens to be identical to the one formulated for last year’s flu season. Still, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warn … Click to continue →

The Save Our Bones Daily Double Challenge: Day #2

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What: Eat at least one of the alkalizing Foundation Foods that contain magnesium. Why: While calcium has taken center stage in the non-prescription osteoporosis arsenal, more often than not, magnesium has been all but forgotten. Yet magnesium is crucial to your bone health. Besides its involvement in over 300 essential body reactions, magnesium acts synergistically with calcium. In fact, no … Click to continue →

Do You Know These 12 Salt Secrets?

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In the Save Our Bones Program I explain the bone health benefits of sea salt and recommend that you avoid regular table salt. In case you’re still using table salt, today you’ll get a brief summary of why you should make the switch. So you might be wondering what to do with all your leftover salt. Should you just toss … Click to continue →

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