Weekend Challenge: Targeted Fall Preventer

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Did you know that without the soleus, one of the main calf muscles, you wouldn’t be able to stand up? This hard-working, behind-the-scenes muscle keeps up a constant pull so you can maintain a standing posture. Otherwise, without the soleus, you’d simply fall forward. And falling is one thing you don’t want to do, especially if you have low bone … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Trial Against Merck Back On, Vitamin D Linked To Muscle Bulk, New Study: Exercise Greatly Benefits Postmenopausal Women, And More!

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In this month’s bulletin, we bring you the latest news on the legal battles between Merck and the unsuspecting victims who took the osteoporosis drug Fosamax. Then we’ll have a look at two just-published studies. One uses a pioneering approach to measure the active and inactive forms of vitamin D in the bloodstream to unveil information about the micronutrient’s relationship … Click to continue →

Rebounding: Good Or Bad For Your Bones?

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Is rebounding good or bad for your bones? This is a question I’ve been asked a lot and today I’m thrilled to answer it and explore its effects on both your bone health and overall health. Rebounding is an exercise that consists of bouncing lightly on a small trampoline, either with the feet remaining on the surface or with small … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Seated Femur, Core, Shoulder, And Arms Builder

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Seated exercises are preferred by some Savers for all kinds of reasons. For one thing, they are convenient; you can do them in your office or at your desk during the day, helping to offset the negative effects of prolonged sitting. For others, physical challenges prevent getting up and down from the floor or doing stand-up moves, so seated exercises … Click to continue →

Strontium: Science-Based Facts vs Fiction

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At the Save Institute, we’re always searching for bone health trends that have become popular and could use in-depth analysis and clarification. Some topics are positive-- like the growing recognition of the need for plenty of vegetables in your diet, or greater scrutiny of the products manufactured by Big Pharma. But often, confusing, misleading, or even dangerous misinformation manages to … Click to continue →

Important Update: Dirty Dozen And Clean Fifteen For The Year 2017

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When you’re making your grocery list for the week and you want to include lots of fresh, whole Foundation Foods, you may find yourself in a bit of a quandary. You’ve probably heard that organic foods are best for your bones and overall health, and that’s certainly correct. Sometimes, though, due to factors like budget constraints, availability, and so forth, … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Standing Coordination And Balance Trainer

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Savers know that a fall may lead to life-changing fractures and injuries that can be devastating, especially for older adults. Fortunately, balance-enhancing exercises like the Standing Coordination And Balance Trainer provide a safeguard against falls, and recent research shows they also protect against injury in the event of a fall. It’s especially encouraging that fall prevention exercises are effective at … Click to continue →

4 Amazing, Evidence-Backed Bone-Saving Powers Of Chlorophyll (And How To Get More Of It)

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Spring has sprung in the Northern Hemisphere, and everything is popping up green! The trees are budding, the bulbs are bursting from the ground, and flowers are greeting the sun. As the flora around us resumes the process of absorbing sunlight through glorious foliage, I’m reminded of the incredible way that plants gather energy and forge life from the light … Click to continue →

3 Natural, Non-Toxic Substances That Work Better Than Drugs For Alzheimer’s, Pain Relief, And Wound Healing

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If you’ve been diagnosed with osteoporosis or osteopenia, the only treatment option you were most likely given by your doctor was a prescription drug. This lack of choice, along with common medical scare tactics, can make you feel trapped between taking a dangerous drug and succumbing to weakened bones and dreaded fractures. But there’s good news! You’re not trapped, and … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Standing Shoulder Strengthener And Posture Corrector

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This weekend, we’re focusing on the upper body with an exercise that works the shoulders and upper back. It’s also excellent for the arms. By targeting these areas, the Standing Shoulder Strengthener And Posture Corrector flattens the thoracic vertebrae and stretches the chest, allowing the lungs to expand freely for deep breathing. It also aligns the shoulders to help reverse … Click to continue →

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