7 Signs You Might Have A Zinc Deficiency And What To Do About It

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With autumn upon us, and cold and flu season right around the corner, it’s important to know that there are plenty of natural ways to stay healthy and strong right through the upcoming season. One such way is through ensuring that you get enough zinc. Zinc, an essential trace mineral, is second to only iron in its concentration in the … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Seated Posture Corrector

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If you’re sitting down as you read this message, you can stay in your chair for this weekend’s exercise, the Seated Posture Corrector. It’s a low-impact move designed to increase the range of motion in your shoulders, align your vertebrae, and expand your rib cage. In essence, this exercise improves posture, which, as studies have shown, is instrumental in improving … Click to continue →

10,000 Steps A Day: Sound Science Or Fad?

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How many steps per day does it take to be healthy? 10? 10,000? 10,000,000? The more you push the question, the more it starts to feel a little silly. Yet, we’re so inundated with step-counters, pedometers, and other health-tracking devices that it’s easier than ever to accept that the central requirement for staying healthy is taking a particular number of … Click to continue →

Stop These 10 Habits That Harm Your Spine

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If you are among the 80% of Americans who have experienced or are experiencing back pain, you know how debilitating it can be. As the second most common cause of disability in the United States, back pain is a prevalent problem that has significant impacts on both your physical and psychological health. But did you know that back pain can … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Balancing Leg Lift

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In addition to strengthening your bones and muscles, this weekend’s challenge will help you to overcome the fear of falling. The Balancing Leg Lift targets an often-overlooked area of the lower back and buttocks, improving balance and strengthening the legs and glutes. This, in turn, gives you confidence in your ability to balance and pays big dividends in protection against … Click to continue →

How To Become An Optimist And Why It Could Save Your Life And Your Bones

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Life is full of ups and downs. You can’t control that. But what you can control is how you handle those ups and downs. The way you approach challenges or setbacks affects more than just how you feel, or what you expect; it has a direct impact on your health. A holistic understanding of the human body includes an awareness … Click to continue →

Stop Clinging To Toxic Dryer Sheets And Use These Instead

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There are quite a number of mainstream studies that have focused on diet and exercise as variables for the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. But the role that toxins play on bone health is still blatantly ignored by the Medical Establishment. Unfortunately, we are exposed to a variety of toxins on a daily basis, many of which are in our … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Motor Skills Improver

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Parents delight in watching their babies learn their first motor skills. They eagerly anticipate the day their baby sits up, grasps an object, stands up, and walks. Over time, however, that baby (like all babies) reaches adulthood and begins the aging process, and the ability to perform gross motor skills like balance and coordination begins to decline...unless, of course, that … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Bisphosphonate Boom In The UK, FDA Rejects Romosozumab, Soda Consumption Down In The U.S.

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In this month’s Bulletin we bring you the latest updates on osteoporosis drugs in the UK and the US. The British National Institute for Care and Health Excellence (NICE) has recently expanded the bisphosphonate prescription guidelines, and as a result, these drugs will be prescribed more than ever. In the United States, the FDA encountered data about the risks of … Click to continue →

A Delicious Bone-Building Burrito: Each Ingredient Is A Rich Source Of Magnesium Or Manganese

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Variety is the spice of life, and Savers know that bone-healthy nutrition does not have to be boring. That's why today we are bringing you one of our favorite recipes: Bone-Building Burritos. The legend of the beloved burrito has been shared by many, but if you have not heard it yet, here it is. In the early 1900s, during the … Click to continue →

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