Osteoporosis Lifestyle

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 →

Hot Vs. Cold Showers: Which Is Better For Your Bones And Your Health?

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When it comes to health, decisions aren’t always simple. Given a choice between behaviors (as we are lucky to usually have!), you must weigh the potential results of each option and decide which one will help you meet your goals. There can be a surprising array of outcomes from even the smallest choice, and today we’re going to look at … Click to continue →

C-Reactive Protein: Fight Bone Loss By Keeping This Inflammation Marker Under Control

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Did you know that May is National Osteoporosis Month? It’s not a designation that requires a change of pace at the Save Institute, because we are dedicated to naturally reverse and prevent osteoporosis year-round! But having a month dedicated to the topic of bone health and fracture risk is a good reminder that there is always more to learn, to … 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 →

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 →

8 Morning Habits To Help You Build Stronger, Younger Bones

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When you wake up in the morning are you setting yourself up for failure or success? The Save Institute’s holistic approach to strengthening bones and preventing fractures addresses the whole of the body, and supports your total wellness. This approach is far more impactful than a quick-fix drug, or a diet-fad, because it addresses and improves lifestyle every single day. … Click to continue →

Positivity And Bone Health: Positive Expectations Have A Proven Impact On Reversing Osteoporosis

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I often write about the interconnectivity of our body systems. For example, how the neurological system impacts the skeletal system and how your liver and kidneys affect your bone health . But amidst all of these physical systems concerned with the impact of outside stimuli, it’s easy to forget that the body has a control center with the power to … Click to continue →

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 →

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