The Intriguing Connection Between Building Your Bones And Fighting The Flu And Colds

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Autumn is in full swing in the Northern hemisphere, the holidays are just around the corner, and the weather is getting noticeably cooler in many areas. With the cold comes flu season – or more correctly, “respiratory infection season,” since colds and other respiratory woes tend to increase during the autumn and winter. But here’s something many people miss: it’s … Click to continue →

Autumn Pumpkins: Not Just For Decoration (They Contain 15 Bone-Building Nutrients!)

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Nothing says “autumn” like beautiful, orange pumpkins piled high at farmers markets and grocery stores. Some are as small as grapefruits; others are larger than manhole covers! Because of their beauty, it’s easy to think of pumpkins as purely decorative. But don’t let those lovely pumpkins go to waste! You see, pumpkins are a rich source of many important bone-healthy … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Hip Bone Abductor And Adductor

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For this weekend’s challenge, the only equipment you need is a chair. The Hip Bone Abductor And Adductor works the muscles in the leg and hip to stimulate bone growth in these vital areas: the pelvis and the femur. Of particular interest, especially for those who have taken bisphosphonates, is that this exercise strengthens the femoral neck, the narrow bridge … Click to continue →

Alert! Oral Bisphosphonates Increase Risk Of Macular Degeneration

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Today is World Osteoporosis Day, an awareness campaign organized by the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) since 1997. This year’s campaign slogan is: “Love Your Bones – Protect Your Future,” intended to encourage people to adopt a healthful lifestyle and discuss the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis and other metabolic bone diseases with their doctor. The problem with this “early intervention” … Click to continue →

Canola Oil: Good Or Bad For Your Bones?

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Canola oil, an unsaturated fat, has gotten a reputation for being healthful. In fact, it’s considered a preferable stand-in for oils like corn, soy, and others. But is it really a healthier choice? The hype behind canola oil may be just another case of marketing over evidence, and today we’re going to look at the data and unmask five truths … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Cervicalgia And FHP Technique

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I have to give you a warning about this weekend’s challenge: it’s addictive! That’s because it’s a stretch that effectively relieves neck pain or cervicalgia due to tight, weak anterior flexor muscles in the front of your neck. The Cervicalgia And FHP Technique loosens those muscles, which can become shortened and contracted when you repeatedly lean your head down and … Click to continue →

Probiotics And Bone Loss: Brand New Study Uncovers Amazing Link Between The Two

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Your body is teeming with a complex community of microscopic life forms referred to as the human microbiota, inside and out. Upsetting the balance of these organisms, particularly in the gut, is just one short course of antibiotics away, according to a recent study that also reveals such an imbalance can last for an entire year. But the good news … Click to continue →

Fight Dry Skin Without Harming Your Bones With These 3 DIY Antioxidant-Rich Serums

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Savers in the Northern Hemisphere are surely getting ready for cooler weather, and part of that preparation involves having plenty of moisturizer on hand. As temperatures drop and central heating systems get activated, air becomes moisture-deprived indoors and out, drying your skin. If you take a look at the ingredients in a typical moisturizer, though, you’re in for a shock! … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Deep Core Stabilizer

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If you’ve planned a cookout or picnic for this weekend, make sure you save a paper plate…because you’re going to need one for today’s exercise! The Deep Core Stabilizer shows you how to use a paper plate to target and stabilize the “hard to reach” muscles in the center of your core. You see, there’s a distinction between strengthening muscles … Click to continue →

Aldosterone: The Mineralcorticoid That Can Deplete Your Bones Of Calcium, And Cause Other Health Problems

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Every moment of the day and night, our cells are busily regulating electrolytes, enzymes, hormones, and many other biological processes to maintain the body in balance. Unfortunately, we can create an imbalance by bombarding our bodies with toxins and acidifying foods. That’s one of the reasons why a pH-balanced diet is so important – it works with and not against … Click to continue →

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