Weekend Challenge: Dynamic Upper Body Strengthener

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This weekend’s challenge targets the chest, upper back, triceps, biceps, and core muscles. And all you need to practice this exercise is a common household item – a chair. The Dynamic Upper Body Strengthener also makes a perfect addition to your wintertime exercise routine, providing you with a powerful weapon for beating the winter blues. This has been confirmed by … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Shoulder Mobility Plus

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It may be a few weeks past Halloween, but go ahead and grab your broom – you’ll need it for today’s exercise! You’ll be using the broom for stabilizing your arms as you perform this move, which improves shoulder joint mobility and flexibility. The Shoulder Mobility Plus also counteracts forward head posture (FHP) and strengthens your hip and thigh bones. … Click to continue →

Fight Pain Naturally And Increase Opioids With These 13 Scientifically-Backed Tips

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Bone loss can have a very real impact on your body. It can leave your bones weak and susceptible to fracture. But the bone loss itself is an invisible process. You cannot see it, hear it or even feel it. If it were painful, it might be easier to know it’s happening, but in fact it doesn’t hurt at all. … Click to continue →

Bone-Smart, High-Protein Versions Of Pancakes, Doughnuts, And Cake (Yes, You Read That Right!)

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I’m really looking forward to the holiday season. That’s when I strive to get creative in the kitchen and prepare a variety of healthful, scrumptious dishes for my family and friends. It’s so inspiring to see how surprised they are when they discover how delicious “health food” can be! And I’m quite sure you’ll be surprised and delighted, too, with … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Hip And Pelvic Toner

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This weekend’s exercise is both effective and convenient. That’s because the low-impact Hip And Pelvic Toner directly targets the pelvic girdle, the femoral neck, and the femur by engaging the muscles of the hips and thighs. And you can practice it in a relatively small space. These crucial areas need to be strengthened against fracture, especially if you’ve taken bone-damaging … Click to continue →

Vitamin D3 And Calcitriol: Why The Difference Between The Two Is The Difference Between Strong and Weak Bones

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You surely know by now how important Vitamin D3 is to building younger, healthier bones. But you may be surprised to learn that getting this essential vitamin to where it needs to go, in a form that your body can use, requires some additional steps. You see, unlike other vitamins, before Vitamin D3 can perform its functions, your body must … Click to continue →

Reductionism Vs. Holism: What They Mean And Which Is Better For Your Bones And Your Health?

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There is a battle raging in the fields of medicine and biology. It’s been going on for more than a hundred years, and probably even longer. It’s not a disagreement over how things work or why, but over the best way to make physical changes to the biological systems that keep us healthy and happy. Today I’m going to strap … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Lumbar Strengthener And Pain Reliever

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As its name implies, the Lumbar Strengthener And Pain Reliever does more than building bone in the lower back. It is also particularly effective at relieving pain in that problem-prone area. Lower back pain can fall anywhere on the spectrum between nagging and debilitating. Regardless of its severity, it is a pervasive and widespread health problem, accounting for countless hours … Click to continue →

Everything You Wanted To Know About The Vagus Nerve And How It Affects Your Bone Health

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The nervous system is the central portal to all body systems, including your bones. The process of bone remodeling cannot take place unless the appropriate signals are sent along the nerves to regulate the process. As a part of the autonomic nervous system, the vagus nerve is the “head honcho” of involuntary biological processes. It stimulates and sends feedback from … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: CDC Pushes Flu Shot Amid Declining Participation, FDA Bans Triclosan Soap, Merck Ditches Odanacatib, And More!

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Today we’re celebrating Halloween, and in the spirit of the season, health officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are trying to frighten us into getting the flu shot. This is happening as a reaction to their report that shows a marked decrease in compliance. Now for the good news: even the FDA can’t continue to ignore … Click to continue →

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