Weekend Challenge: High Impact Axial Loader

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This weekend’s exercise is fun, versatile, and very effective. The High Impact Axial Loader is a great way to increase bone density in areas prone to fracture, thanks to osteogenic loading. It’s very effective at strengthening the bones in your legs, arms and femoral neck. It also enhances coordination, gives you an excellent cardio workout, and more. Let’s get started! … Click to continue →

The (Huge) Difference Between Vitamins D3 and D2 And Why You Should Never Take D2

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Today I am going to share with you some crucial but little-known information about Vitamin D that your doctor simply won’t tell you. You see, if your blood test results have shown that you are Vitamin D deficient, chances are your doctor prescribed Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) supplements instead of D3 (cholecalciferol). Today, you’ll learn the difference between these two forms … Click to continue →

Revolutionary! World Congress On Osteoporosis Recommends First Non-Pharmaceutical Bone-Health Protocol

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Today I’m bringing you some truly revolutionary news. For the first time ever, scientists at the World Congress on Osteoporosis, agreed on a drug-free method for “treating” osteoporosis. It’s called osteogenic loading, and it’s based on principles established by the Save Our Bones Program from the get-go. So while the mainstream hails this as something new, the breakthrough development is … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Balancing Arm Reach

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This weekend’s exercise is a balance-enhancing move that has an advanced version, which, as you’ll see, is quite challenging. The Balancing Arm Reach also expands the rib cage, promotes deep breathing, and it strengthens the hips and ankles. I also share with you a motivational study on the lifestyle-enhancing benefits of regular exercise. I know you’ll want to get started … Click to continue →

Cysteine Protects Your Bones From Damaging Oxidation And Keeps You Young

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Cysteine is a nonessential amino acid (one of the 20 building blocks of protein), which means it’s synthesized in the body. Yet research shows that most of the population will sooner or later have a cysteine deficiency. Cysteine is considered one of the principal sulfur-containing amino acids because it is actually incorporated into proteins. And there’s more to cysteine. It … Click to continue →

Why You Must Take These 3 Probiotic Strains For Your Bones

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Probiotics are generally associated with gut health and immunity, and for good reason. But today, you’ll discover that probiotics are also essential to bone health, something that is seldom if ever mentioned in the mainstream. In fact, I share with you two studies that clearly show the specific probiotic strains that protect bones from damage caused by oxidation and inflammation. … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Yoga Spine Elongator Plus

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This weekend’s challenge is a yoga pose known as Trikonasana or “triangle pose”. It elongates the spine, opens the chest, aligns upper back and cervical vertebrae, and more. Bear in mind that spinal elongation and alignment does more than just preserve height, it also prevents the dreaded vertebral compression fractures. As you can see, this pose will help you to … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: GMO Apple “Approved”, Ingredient In Black Tea Prevents Bone Loss, Awful Fluoride Side-Effect Just Confirmed, And More!

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Today’s Bulletin has some exciting news I can’t wait to share with you. Remarkably enough, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved a new genetically-modified organism (GMO): the Arctic apple. And it turns out that black tea contains a substance that prevents bone loss, but of course you won’t hear about it from Mainstream Medicine because Big Pharma can’t patent … Click to continue →

3 Ways To Prep Your Skin For Maximum Vitamin D Absorption

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The season for outdoor activities is almost here, and chances are, you’ll be spending more time in the sun. As Savers already know, sunlight is the best way to get Vitamin D, so it makes sense that the condition of your skin matters a whole lot . Sunlight also lifts your mood and eases bone-damaging depression. With today’s three easy … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Dynamic Hip And Core Builder

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As its name denotes, this weekend’s exercise is really “dynamic”! It’s high-impact, which has been scientifically shown to increase bone mineral density exceptionally well. I’m excited to share with you the studies that prove it. The Dynamic Hip And Core Builder strengthens the hip bones, including the vulnerable femoral neck, as well as the core and leg muscles. Because of … Click to continue →

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