Happy New Year: Your 2010 Bone Health Resolution
I hope you are having a fantastic holiday season and that you are as upbeat about welcoming 2010 and the new decade as I am.
This past year has been incredible not only because the Save Our Bones community has grown by leaps and bounds but also because our information regarding osteoporosis truth is spreading. Slowly but surely, the truth will prevail… it always does.
And you, my dear friend, are an instrumental part of this.
Together we are opening the door for revolutionary yet safe and effective bone health solutions. Knowing this, it’s no coincidence that The New York Times published an article titled “Exploring a Low Acid Diet for Bone Health”.
Sounds familiar? It seems that even this world-class newspaper is catching up with our bone health revolution. You can read the article here:
Without a doubt, this article is a breath of fresh air, but let’s not fool ourselves… there is still a lot more to do…and I can’t wait to start the New Year and continue our quest with you on my side!
It’s always great to to kick off the New Year with a healthy dose of inspiration. A close friend of mine shared this video with me, and now I’d like to share it with you in hopes that it will inspire you even more, as we herald the year 2010.
You can watch it here:
The New Year is also a time for reflection and growth, much like starting a new chapter in the book of our lives. And that, of course, includes our bone health. So let me know what your New Year bone health resolution is by leaving a comment below. Mine is to continue my mission of truth and natural solutions with unyielding efforts so the Save Our Bones community can continue to grow to insure that our voices will be heard.
So I wish you all a wonderful, exciting, and healthy New Year, and I’ll leave you till the next time with this great and very appropriate quote by Dr. Martin H. Fischer:
“Truth is rarely written in ink; it lives in Nature.”
Please don’t forget to leave your 2010 bone health resolution below. It means a lot to me.
With blessings for a happy and healthy New Year,