Help Your Thyroid Regulate Bone Formation With These 9 Foods

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If you’ve been visiting the Save Our Bones blog for awhile, you’ve doubtless begun to see how complex the process of bone formation is, and how many different variables come into play to keep your bones healthy and strong. Today we’re going to continue piecing together the puzzle of bone formation by looking at a very important gland responsible for … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Dynamic Lower Back Pain Reliever

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Who knew paper plates could help to relieve lower back pain? While no special equipment is required for the Weekend Challenges, common household items are sometimes used. And this time, it’s paper plates! This weekend we’re tackling lower back pain, with a challenge that is a fun and highly effective way to relieve pain in that area, as well as … Click to continue →

How To Get Plenty Of Zinc Without Eating Acidifying Beef (Plus A Delicious Vegan Recipe!)

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One reason why the Save Our Bones Program is so versatile, is that vegans, vegetarians, and omnivores can all successfully save their bones and improve their overall health through the Program’s clinical nutrition plan. While meat is not out-of-bounds, it’s not emphasized either, and meat-free options can be found throughout the Program and on this site. The Program’s emphasis on … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: GMO Apples Hidden In Your Grocery Aisle, The Milk Industry Grasping At Straws, More Evidence Too Much Meat Can Kill You, And More!

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I can’t wait to bring you this month’s Bulletin – it’s all about the power of knowledge and common sense. We’re going to expose important bone health topics, starting with the sale of a genetically-modified version of one of the most popular fruits, new technology to make the calcium in milk more bioavailable, and a brand new study on yet … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Femur Strengthener And Knee Pain Preventer

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This weekend’s challenge is a low-impact, seated exercise that strengthens the femur and knee joint. Low-impact exercises are especially beneficial if you suffer from knee pain and would like to strengthen your leg muscles and stabilize the joint without applying a lot of gravitational force. If you do experience painful knees, it’s worth addressing the problem, and not just because … Click to continue →

Why The Medical Establishment Keeps Ignoring The Real Cause Of Osteoporosis. (Plus 4 Mainstream Studies That Confirm They’re Dead Wrong!)

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As Savers know, osteoporosis is not a disease. It’s the result of chronic acidosis in the body that depletes buffering reserves, forcing the calcium in bones to be utilized to alkalize the plasma pH. The ‘modern’ diet, loaded with acidifying and inflammatory foods and toxins, are the typical culprits. Unfortunately, this simple truth is lost on a health system that’s … Click to continue →

Nobiletin: The Flavonoid You Probably Never Knew Your Bones Needed

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Today’s post is about nobiletin, a polyphenol that boosts many of your body systems, including bolstering your bone health. Research has shown that this powerful flavonoid suppresses the reduction of bone mineral density, prevents obesity, fights cancer-causing free radicals, lowers blood cholesterol, and offers dynamic anti-stress and anti-aging nerve support. It’s remarkable that so many benefits could be derived from … Click to continue →

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 →

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