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Osteoporosis Nutrition

12 Foundation Supplements In This Alkalizing Bean

Most varieties of beans, such as kidney, black, pinto, and white beans, have an acidifying effect on your body pH. But there’s one exceptional bean that’s more than just alkalizing. It contains no less than 12 Foundation Supplements. And that’s great news, especially during the winter, since beans are a delicious and cozy comfort food. I’m referring to the lima … Click to continue →

The Antioxidant That Builds Your Bones And So Much More

There’s an amazing antioxidant found in many Foundation Foods that helps build your bones, reduce stress, and improve many other aspects of your health. What’s more, this nutritional component of fruits and vegetables is a clear example of the superiority of natural health solutions over synthetic ones. Today I’ll explain this and much more, including how it works and how … Click to continue →

7 Facts You Didn’t Know About Calcium

Today, I’m thrilled to share with you seven facts about calcium that you may not know, and that could make a big difference in the way you benefit from this crucial supplement. So let’s get started! Calx or calcis is Latin for “lime.” This makes sense since calcium is extracted from limestone, and also from marble and chalk. Of the … Click to continue →

The Forgotten Nutrient That Strengthens Your Bones And Prevents The Flu

When you’re looking to increase your bone density, chances are you’ve been focusing a lot on your calcium intake, among other things. That’s important, of course, but there’s a little-known mineral that is rarely related to bone health. It’s one of the Foundation Supplements in the Save Our Bones Program and it can also be found in many foods, which … Click to continue →

Six Foundation Foods That Build Your Bones And Hydrate Your Skin

Wintertime can be very hard on your skin and hair. When indoor heating systems warm the dry winter air, you’re surrounded by “thirsty” air that draws moisture out of your skin, hair, and nails. That kind of environment can dehydrate and shrivel your skin like a prune, exaggerating the effects of aging and making life pretty uncomfortable. Lotions and creams … Click to continue →

How A Round Winter Vegetable Can Build Your Bones

In some areas of the world, it’s traditional to eat cabbage on New Year’s Eve, often accompanied by ham and beans. Perhaps the tradition started because cabbage is in season in the winter, and its green color is supposed to represent money and prosperity for the upcoming year. Regardless of how it started, I recommend you eat this alkalizing vegetable … Click to continue →

Finally! A Bone-Healthy Guilt-Free Candy

Itʼs that time of year again...bowls of tempting candy pop up everywhere, from check- out counters to office desks. Well-meaning friends and family give big boxes of store- bought candy or other sweets as holiday gifts, and before you know it, youʼve eaten pounds of sugar between October (Halloween) and February (Valentineʼs Day)! Then the chocolate bunnies start appearing on … Click to continue →

Astaxanthin: A Superior Bone-Healthy Antioxidant

These days, antioxidants are a fairly well-known class of nutrients. Names like lycopene and beta-carotene are part of everyday discussions about nutrition. But one antioxidant tends to get overlooked, despite the fact that it has more antioxidant power than beta-carotene and vitamins C and E. I’m talking about astaxanthin, an antioxidant related to beta-carotene that, amazingly, can neutralize free radicals … Click to continue →

The Nutrient-Rich Alkalizing Nut That’s In Season For The Holidays

Nuts are delicious, natural, and convenient, but most varieties are acidifying. While acidifying foods are not off-limits in the Save Our Bones Program, it’s a bonus to find a nut that’s both rich in bone-healthy nutrients and alkalizing. Chestnuts, which are in season now, might rank high on your list of holiday foods. But they do not have to be … Click to continue →

The 6 Bone-Healthy Foods with a ‘Shady’ Reputation

You are probably aware of a group of vegetables known as “nightshades,” which continue to be the subject of controversy. So you could be asking if they are healthy or harmful to your bones. And that’s not surprising, since even the name of the plants – nightshades – sounds a bit dubious. After all, Deadly Nightshade is an often fatally … Click to continue →

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