Weekend Challenge: Cervical Aligner And Pain Reliever

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This might surprise you: much of our spinal health begins in the cervical vertebrae of the neck. If you’ve ever suffered an injury to this area of the spine, then you know how far-reaching and varied the effects can be. Such widespread influence is due in part due to the phrenic nerve, which begins in the first four cervical vertebrae … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: New Study Confirms Long-Term Bisphosphonate Use Causes Fractures, Space Rats Test New Bone Drugs World Health Organization Scandal, And More!

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Summer is in full swing, and we’re seeing the longest days of the year here in the Northern Hemisphere. That means more time to enjoy the warm weather, soak up some vitamin D- producing sunlight while you go for a walk or enjoy a refreshing swim. These are some of the lifestyle joys that not only enrich your days, but … Click to continue →

6 Surprising Signs That You Are Out Of Shape [Plus Free Gift]

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For many of us, our days consist of running to work, taking care of our families, and if we are lucky, spending time with friends. In our busy lives, our constant running around may falsely lead us to believe that we are doing enough to stay in shape. Savers are well aware of the importance of regular exercise for strengthening … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Plyometric Hip, Core, And Leg Toner

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This weekend’s challenge is a dynamic plyometric exercise that’s highly effective at building bones and muscles in the pelvis, core, and legs. It’s also a lot of fun - it practically begs for upbeat music to accompany it! Along with giving you all the details of the Plyometric Hip, Core, And Leg Toner, we’re going to take an in-depth look … Click to continue →

Snack Idea: 3 Delicious No-Bake Recipes For Bone-Smart Energy Bars

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If you’ve been led to believe that snacking is a “no-no” if you want to stick to a healthy diet, it will surprise you to learn that snacking is encouraged on the Save Our Bones Program You see, at the Save Institute we heartily approve the consumption of bone-healthy snacks. In fact, between-meal eating (in moderation, of course) actually serves … Click to continue →

Hot Vs. Cold Showers: Which Is Better For Your Bones And Your Health?

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When it comes to health, decisions aren’t always simple. Given a choice between behaviors (as we are lucky to usually have!), you must weigh the potential results of each option and decide which one will help you meet your goals. There can be a surprising array of outcomes from even the smallest choice, and today we’re going to look at … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Balancing Femoral Head And Core Strengthener

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Scientific research indicates that core-targeting exercises such as the Balancing Femoral Head And Core Strengthener help to relieve chronic lower back pain. This is great news for the estimated 50% of adults who suffer from this aggravating and uncomfortable (and at times excruciating) condition. But even if you don’t experience backaches, this weekend’s exercise is still relevant - in addition … Click to continue →

Scientific Proof That Osteoporosis and Obesity Are Not Diseases (And Why The Medical Establishment Is Dead Wrong About This)

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One of the most frightening aspects of an osteoporosis and osteopenia diagnosis is the way the risk of fracture is presented by the Medical Establishment. When a doctor determines that you fit the pre-established parameters of increased fracture risk, instead of helping you understand how you can reduce that risk, they pronounce you with an ominous disease: osteoporosis. Today’s post … Click to continue →

Beyond Bone Health: 3 Evidence-Backed And Surprising Health Benefits Of Regular Exercise

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Savers are well versed on the importance of exercise to strengthen and build bone. Wolff’s law elucidates that the stress muscles exert on bone stimulates bone growth and renewal. And this is one of the main reasons why exercise is a critical element for improving bone health and reversing osteoporosis and osteopenia. Today we take an in-depth look at three … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Shoulder Pain Averter And Posture Improver

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When you consider the position and operational structure of your joints, you’ll notice that stability and mobility are two key aspects that work with and against each other at the same time. For instance, highly mobile joints, such as the ankles, are closely connected to articulations that are more stability-oriented, such as the knees. The shoulders combine both of these … Click to continue →

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