9 Surprising Science-Based Health Benefits Of Honey

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Long before mass-produced candy, people satisfied their sweet tooth with sweet, sticky honey. Of course, obtaining honey in those days was not simply a matter of purchasing a jar at a local health food store; honey had to be located and, whether wild or domestic, it had to be harvested with great care. That is why honey came to be … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Single Leg Osteogenic Loader

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This might surprise you: hopping is one of the most effective ways to increase bone density in specific areas of your body, including the femoral head. That’s because hopping is a high impact move and a form of osteogenic loading (OL) that applies force and pressure to bone, “loading” it with weight along the longitudinal axis of your body. While … Click to continue →

How To Beat Seasonal Allergies Without Harming Your Bones

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With the warmer weather come many exciting outdoor activities: leisurely picnics, hikes through forests, beaches or mountains, and everywhere you turn, flowers are blooming and golden pollen floats gently on the breeze. Actually, that last part might cause more problems than pleasure. For as much as 30% of the world’s population, hay fever is a seasonal hassle that can turn … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Rib Cage Extender

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Get ready to stretch and expand your rib cage this weekend! As its name implies, the Rib Cage Extender is a gentle but expansive stretch that not only feels fantastic, but also promotes better posture, healthful breathing, and counteracts rib cage compression. Your ribs can get compressed when you sit in a slouched position, or even when you sit for … Click to continue →

10 Powerful Ways To Conquer Bone-Damaging Stress

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Has a doctor ever scared you? Have you ever felt intimidated by a medical professional who was insisting you follow a course of treatment that’s mainly focused on prescription drugs? Has a diagnosis ever been delivered in a way that left you feeling frightened, shaken or disoriented? Unfortunately, it’s a tactic used by some well-meaning doctors to get their way, … Click to continue →

Souping: Does The Latest Cleanse Fad Offer Anything Worthwhile For Your Bones And Overall Health?

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A new diet fad has cropped up, and with it have come proselytizers, doubters and doomsayers. At the Save Institute we always endeavor to stay ahead of the trends to help you navigate the swirl of questions that surround new health practices. Today’s topic is whether a recent and popular cleanse, souping, is good for your bones and your health. … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Targeted Fall Preventer

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Did you know that without the soleus, one of the main calf muscles, you wouldn’t be able to stand up? This hard-working, behind-the-scenes muscle keeps up a constant pull so you can maintain a standing posture. Otherwise, without the soleus, you’d simply fall forward. And falling is one thing you don’t want to do, especially if you have low bone … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Trial Against Merck Back On, Vitamin D Linked To Muscle Bulk, New Study: Exercise Greatly Benefits Postmenopausal Women, And More!

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In this month’s bulletin, we bring you the latest news on the legal battles between Merck and the unsuspecting victims who took the osteoporosis drug Fosamax. Then we’ll have a look at two just-published studies. One uses a pioneering approach to measure the active and inactive forms of vitamin D in the bloodstream to unveil information about the micronutrient’s relationship … Click to continue →

Rebounding: Good Or Bad For Your Bones?

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Is rebounding good or bad for your bones? This is a question I’ve been asked a lot and today I’m thrilled to answer it and explore its effects on both your bone health and overall health. Rebounding is an exercise that consists of bouncing lightly on a small trampoline, either with the feet remaining on the surface or with small … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Seated Femur, Core, Shoulder, And Arms Builder

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Seated exercises are preferred by some Savers for all kinds of reasons. For one thing, they are convenient; you can do them in your office or at your desk during the day, helping to offset the negative effects of prolonged sitting. For others, physical challenges prevent getting up and down from the floor or doing stand-up moves, so seated exercises … Click to continue →

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