April 27, 2014
Fountain Of Youth? The Anti-Aging Bone-Building Amino Acid That Helps Maintain Your pH Balance And Much More!
Today’s post is about a protein component that’s absolutely critical to your bone health and to your overall health. It’s an amino acid that plays a very important role in bone density because it keeps your muscles strong, regulates your body pH, and is necessary for the synthesis of a powerful bone-protective antioxidant. But that’s not all; it also has … Click to continue →
April 25, 2014
One of the things I really focus on with the Weekend Challenges is variety. I’m really thrilled to share with you each weekend a new and highly effective exercise for increasing bone density, improving balance and strengthening key muscle groups. Today we’ll look at the Single-Leg Instability Pump. Despite its rather long name, it’s a simple exercise that targets your … Click to continue →
April 24, 2014
Springtime is a season of renewal – trees and plants revive, warm sunshine returns, and the days get longer. If you’ve experienced this past record-cold winter, you’re certainly glad that in the Northern Hemisphere spring is here and summer is on the way. Let’s face it, it’s easy to get into an unhealthy rut during the cold, dark months. So … Click to continue →
April 20, 2014
Latest Osteoporosis News: Common Sleep Disorder More Than Doubles Osteoporosis Risk, Breakthrough Bone-Building Protein Discovered, Bisphosphonates’ Role In ONJ Finally Elucidated, And More!
In this latest edition of osteoporosis news, there’s fascinating new research on the connection between sleep apnea and osteoporosis. You’ll also read about a newly discovered protein that can shift the balance between bone loss and bone deposition (and how scientists are searching for a drug to “correct” this). And last but not least, prepare to be shocked regarding new … Click to continue →
April 18, 2014
The Weekend Challenges have received many positive responses from the community. So I thank all of you from the bottom of my heart for your participation and enthusiasm! Today, I’m happy to bring you this weekend’s challenge, the Swinging Back Toner. It’s a fantastic exercise that prevents loss of height caused by poor posture or compressed vertebral discs. It works … Click to continue →
April 16, 2014
As temperatures warm up in the Northern hemisphere, you might want to to start your day with an early morning walk to build your bones, spend time in the garden, or run your errands earlier than usual. But in your rush to get out of the house, make sure you don’t skip breakfast. Breakfast is a great opportunity to start … Click to continue →
April 14, 2014
Could certain foods that damage your bones also make you look older and tired? The answer is yes - and research confirms it. The good news is that by cutting down on these five bone-damaging foods, you’ll notice that dark circles or bags under your eyes, dull-looking skin, and wrinkles that make you look older become less prominent or even … Click to continue →
April 11, 2014
This weekend’s challenge not only works many critical muscle groups, but it also improves your balance and your posture. It’s called the Liftoff, because in the advanced version, your arms are held outward and your leg is extended behind you like an airplane. The Liftoff targets the back, shoulders, abdominals, glutes, and hamstrings – all instrumental in keeping your body … Click to continue →
April 10, 2014
Let’s face it…plain steamed vegetables can get a bit tiresome. Yes, they’re super bone-healthy and powerfully alkalizing, so why not dress them up a bit? Alkalizing vegetables are a very important part of the Save Our Bones Program, which is why so many are included in the Program’s extensive list of Foundation Foods. Eating them should not be drudgery. With … Click to continue →
April 7, 2014
Latest Osteoporosis News: Americans “Too Dumb” To Recognize Medical Conspiracies, Big Pharma Finds Sneaky Way To Expand Osteoporosis Diagnosis Parameters, New Study On Bone Flexibility Threatens The Establishment, And More!
Frankly, some of this week’s osteoporosis news is downright offensive. Just when you thought the Establishment couldn’t get any more outrageous, they top themselves. Instead of looking at the validity of scientific theories that question their authority, they’ve just decided you’re simply not smart enough to understand scientific thinking. Also, Big Pharma is getting sneakier about increasing osteoporosis drug sales. … Click to continue →