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 →

4 Scientific Secrets To Live Longer (And Build Your Bones)

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More energy, decreased inflammation, improved posture and balance, and enhanced mental clarity are just a few of the benefits of the Save Our Bones Program that go beyond bone health. But that’s not all. Research has tied a natural, drug-free bone-smart lifestyle and diet to longevity, drawing a sharp distinction between the Program’s drug-free, life-enhancing approach to osteoporosis and the … Click to continue →

Protect Your Eyesight And Prevent Falls That Can Lead To Fractures With These 10 Delicious Foods

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Driving yourself to the farmer’s market, reading a new novel by your favorite author, admiring a breathtaking sunset. Preserving your vision is important for thousands of reasons, ranging from the purely practical parts of living life to the thoroughly ecstatic. Among the many reasons to take good care of your eyes and lengthen their optimal functioning is the health of … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Femur And Core Strengthening Leg Lift

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This weekend’s challenge focuses on the transverse abdominis, a deep core muscle that tends to be neglected in favor of the more obvious and superficial “abs.” Despite its understated nature, the transverse abdominis plays an indispensable role in stability and balance. Today’s exercise also targets the femur and its head, areas of keen interest for those who have taken bisphosphonates … Click to continue →

Confirmed By Science: Canned Soup Dramatically Increases Levels Of A Bone-Harming And Toxic Endocrine Disruptor

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You probably know by now that Bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical commonly used to make plastics and epoxy resins, often lines the inside of food cans. But what you may not be aware of is how incredibly fast this bone-harming toxic substance can accumulate in your body. An eye-opening study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association reveals … Click to continue →

Alert! Failed Fracture Risk Assessment Tool Disavowed By World Health Organization

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The Save Institute has always been a natural health advocate, questioning Big Pharma, the Medical Establishment and dubious medical technology. One of the many tools used to convince doctors to prescribe dangerous and ineffective osteoporosis drugs has recently come under scrutiny for lying to its users and promoters about its relationship with the World Health Organization (WHO). Amazingly, the disavowal … Click to continue →

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