Osteoporosis Lifestyle

Lose Weight, Get In Shape, And Build Your Bones With These 7 Scrumptious Foods

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While weight loss is certainly not the goal of the Save Our Bones Program, it may sometimes be a personal goal of some Savers, especially as spring approaches in the Northern hemisphere. The Program itself is easy to adjust for either weight loss or weight gain, and understanding what foods promote weight loss is part of the customization process. As … Click to continue →

Biological Age vs Chronological Age: Why It Matters For Your Bones And Your Health

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“Age is just a number.” “You’re only as old as you feel.” “In the end it’s not the years in your life that count, it’s the life in your years.” Our culture is full of sayings and popular quotes about the relationship between our chronological age (the number of years since your birth) and how old we feel. It should … Click to continue →

What Liver Disease Can Teach You About How Your Liver Builds Your Bones

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Sometimes I feel like a detective. But the crimes I investigate aren’t bank robberies or jewel heists; they’re bone theft and skeletal fractures. Like any good detective, I look at the big picture to see patterns and cause-and-effect relationships that can help to crack the case. This is a good way of approaching your health, because as you know, every … Click to continue →

4 Scientific Secrets To Live Longer (And Build Your Bones)

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More energy, decreased inflammation, improved posture and balance, and enhanced mental clarity are just a few of the benefits of the Save Our Bones Program that go beyond bone health. But that’s not all. Research has tied a natural, drug-free bone-smart lifestyle and diet to longevity, drawing a sharp distinction between the Program’s drug-free, life-enhancing approach to osteoporosis and the … Click to continue →

Protect Your Eyesight And Prevent Falls That Can Lead To Fractures With These 10 Delicious Foods

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Driving yourself to the farmer’s market, reading a new novel by your favorite author, admiring a breathtaking sunset. Preserving your vision is important for thousands of reasons, ranging from the purely practical parts of living life to the thoroughly ecstatic. Among the many reasons to take good care of your eyes and lengthen their optimal functioning is the health of … Click to continue →

Growth Hormone: The Fountain Of Youth For Your Bones (Plus 5 Easy Ways To Naturally Produce More!)

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We tend to relate growing to our childhood, and aging as the end of growth. But this is not necessarily applicable to our biology. While we may not be getting any taller, we are continually growing new cells and replacing older ones. This process is vital to bone health as well as to overall health, and one of the major … Click to continue →

Ditch Toxic Skin Care And Use These 3 DIY Natural Alternatives For Facial Toner, Cleanser And Shaving Cream

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You wouldn’t think of rubbing nail polish remover, antifreeze, or embalming fluid on your face. Yet these chemicals are pervasive in personal care products, including facial toner, cleansers, and more. To help you avoid such toxins - which can damage your overall health and your bones significantly - I’m thrilled to bring you three do-it-yourself natural alternatives to cleanse, tone, … Click to continue →

Fight Pain Naturally And Increase Opioids With These 13 Scientifically-Backed Tips

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Bone loss can have a very real impact on your body. It can leave your bones weak and susceptible to fracture. But the bone loss itself is an invisible process. You cannot see it, hear it or even feel it. If it were painful, it might be easier to know it’s happening, but in fact it doesn’t hurt at all. … Click to continue →

Everything You Wanted To Know About The Vagus Nerve And How It Affects Your Bone Health

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The nervous system is the central portal to all body systems, including your bones. The process of bone remodeling cannot take place unless the appropriate signals are sent along the nerves to regulate the process. As a part of the autonomic nervous system, the vagus nerve is the “head honcho” of involuntary biological processes. It stimulates and sends feedback from … Click to continue →

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 →

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