Weekend Challenge: Complete Wrist And Forearm Strengthener

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You’re going to love the simplicity of this weekend’s challenge. The Complete Wrist And Forearm Strengthener can be performed anywhere, sitting or standing, and all you need is a supportive surface, such as a table or countertop. Simplicity does not indicate ineffectiveness, however. This isometric exercise provides effective strengthening for the wrist and forearm, which need to be strong to … Click to continue →

What Swimming Does To Your Bones (It’s Not What You’d Think!)

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Of all the seasons, summer just might be the most bone-healthy. Many of the most delicious Foundation Foods are in season, long days of sunshine make it easy to get adequate sun exposure to produce bone-essential vitamin D, and the warm weather encourages many enjoyable forms outdoor exercise. Today we’ll have a closer look at the effects on bone health … Click to continue →

The Frozen Yogurt Myth Revealed And Our Bone-Saving Solution

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Americans love their frozen desserts, with ice cream leading the charge. Deliciously cold and refreshing, there are few things more satisfying on a hot summer day. Americans are the world-leaders in ice cream consumption, with the average person eating approximately 48 pints a year. In the early 1980s, ice cream makers introduced a “healthier” ice cream alternative: frozen yogurt. Frozen … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Ankle Fracture And Fall Preventer

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Ankle fractures are so common, that it seems many of us know someone who’s experienced one - including myself! Just last summer, my sister-in-law broke her ankle due to a fall while on vacation. The apparent frequency of such fractures can make it seem like the ankle is inherently unstable, but barring major impact such as a car accident, it’s … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Exercise Pills, Brain Poisoning Pesticides, A Food Pharmacy, And More!

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This month we have a mixed bag of news, running the gamut from the latest research on proteins that inhibit muscle development, to an innovative health organization that is replacing pharmaceutical drugs on pharmacy shelves with natural foods. Staying on top of the latest health information plays an important role in improving your bone health and staying healthy, so I’m … Click to continue →

The Top 13 Most Hydrating Foods Your Bones Crave

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On average, the human body is composed of 60-70% water. Considered by many to be the most essential nutrient, water is not only healthy, but deliciously refreshing. But in the midst of these warm summer months in the Northern hemisphere, it’s surprisingly easy to become dehydrated. Most people know that proper hydration is vital to good health, but many do … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Spine And Hip Strengthener

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This weekend, we’re taking a fresh look at an old favorite: the bridge. This move has stood the test of time for several reasons. For one thing, it is an effective and relatively simple exercise. For another, they target the spine and hips while working the buttocks and hamstring muscles, which are very important areas of the body that tend … Click to continue →

7 Little-Known Scientifically Proven Benefits Of Walking (Besides Building Your Bones)

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One of the most remarkable truths about natural health is that the most beneficial actions are more often than not readily available and quite simple. It’s a great reminder that our bodies want to be healthy, and have evolved with numerous ways to stay in prime working condition. The highly commercial world of Modern Medicine won’t tell you that, of … Click to continue →

Confirmed By Science: Flavonoids In Tea Lower The Risk Of Fractures

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Discovered in 2737 BC by Chinese Emperor Shen Nung, this 5,000-year-old beverage is steeped in history. As legend has it, the skilled ruler was boiling water as was customarily done to render it safe to drink. While boiling the water, a dead leaf fell into the pot. The emperor drank the beverage and thoroughly enjoyed it, and thus, tea was … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Complete Knee Strengthener

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Did you ever stop to think why something dramatic or beautiful is sometimes described as “knee-buckling”? Or perhaps you’ve been overcome by something and found yourself “weak in the knees.” These are descriptive terms for a response to extreme events, because normally, it takes something really major to cause healthy knee joints to give out. Unfortunately, if knees are unstable … Click to continue →

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