Weekend Challenge: Neck Strengthener And Headache Preventer

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Tension headaches are really annoying and uncomfortable. As Savers know, while it’s easy to pop an over-the-counter pain reliever, this “quick fix” can have dire consequences for bone health and overall health. Plus it doesn’t address the underlying cause of pain. With the Neck Strengthener And Headache Preventer, we’re going to address the true cause of neck pain and tension … Click to continue →

Biological Age vs Chronological Age: Why It Matters For Your Bones And Your Health

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“Age is just a number.” “You’re only as old as you feel.” “In the end it’s not the years in your life that count, it’s the life in your years.” Our culture is full of sayings and popular quotes about the relationship between our chronological age (the number of years since your birth) and how old we feel. It should … Click to continue →

This Delicious Recipe Contains 7 Scientifically-Proven Bone-Building Polyphenols (And It’s Ready In Minutes!)

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Chances are that when you were diagnosed with osteoporosis or osteopenia, your doctor recommended calcium and possibly Vitamin D. And you were also prescribed osteoporosis drugs, not food-based nutrients, to reverse osteoporosis and prevent fractures. But Savers know that at the Save Institute, we promote an entirely different approach. It’s mainly based on clinical nutrition that includes not only vitamins … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Angled Balance Enhancer And Leg Strengthener

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When it comes to avoiding fractures, reliable balance and strong legs and ankles are exceptionally important. Because of their flexibility, articulation, and weight-bearing status, ankles are vulnerable to breakage in the event of a misstep or fall. And of course the muscles in your legs play a major role in keeping you upright. Just how important their role is has … Click to continue →

What Liver Disease Can Teach You About How Your Liver Builds Your Bones

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Sometimes I feel like a detective. But the crimes I investigate aren’t bank robberies or jewel heists; they’re bone theft and skeletal fractures. Like any good detective, I look at the big picture to see patterns and cause-and-effect relationships that can help to crack the case. This is a good way of approaching your health, because as you know, every … Click to continue →

Phytic Acid: The ‘Anti-Nutrient’ Scientifically Shown To Help Your Bones And Your Health

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Today we’re going to examine the surprising and often overlooked bone and overall health benefits of a commonly occurring compound labeled as an anti-nutrient. Phytic acid, also referred to as phytate, is found in edible seeds, including whole grains, legumes, nuts, and to a lesser extent, in tubers. It has the curious property of binding to certain minerals including iron, … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Lower Back Pain Reliever And Posture Improver

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The spine is a central column that supports your entire body weight, with the lumbar vertebrae taking an exceptional load. So preserving your spine’s alignment is crucial for attaining proper posture and preventing crushed vertebrae. The Lower Back Pain Reliever And Posture Improver is a stretch that has multiple benefits: it relieves tight abdominal muscles that can become weakened and … Click to continue →

3 Delicious, Bone-Smart, Warming Recipes Featuring This Favorite Comfort Food

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Groundhog Day, a traditional holiday that dates back to the end of the 19th century, is celebrated today in the United States and Canada. According to folklore, if the groundhog sees his shadow when emerging from its burrow, it’s a sign that bad winter weather is in store for six more weeks. If the groundhog fails to cast a shadow, … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Flu Season Spikes, Cold and Flu Meds Proven To Cause Dementia, Bone Growth Factor Isolated To Be Turned Into Drug

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Winter seems to be firmly settling into the Northern Hemisphere, with chilly, wet days that seem to never end. And this time of year also brings a typical uptick of colds and flu and because of that, the pharmaceutical industry’s unrelenting insistence on ‘miracle’ drugs to relieve cold and flu symptoms when we get sick (instead of empowering us to … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Stabilizing Femur Builder

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One of my priorities is to bring you exercises that target areas of the skeleton most prone to thinning, such as the hips and the femur. This weekend’s challenge focuses primarily on the femur, as well as on all of the muscles and bones in the legs. Chances are your doctor never mentioned the increased likelihood of atypical femoral fractures … Click to continue →

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