Osteoporosis Nutrition

Food Fight: 5 Ways To Eat A Bone-Healthy Diet When Your Partner Is Not On Board

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From finances to belief systems, it’s always better when family values align. But, as we all know, that may not always be the case. If you have chosen a drug-free nutritional path towards strong and healthy bones, you might find it challenging to follow it if your spouse, partner, or family member who lives with you has not adopted the … Click to continue →

3 Bone-Smart And Grain-Free Bread Recipes That Are Perfect For Fall (Made With Coconut Flour)

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The cooler temperatures of fall often evoke a desire for a hot beverage and a hearty snack. There are very few things more comforting on a chilly day than a warm piece of bread. Bread has long been a staple of the human diet. In fact, some historians estimate that people began making bread over 30,000 years ago. A rich … Click to continue →

Everything You Wanted To Know About Flaxseed

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Most of the plants we eat begin their lives as seeds. Everything they will become is packed into those tiny (or sometimes not so tiny) packages, along with just the right blend of nutrients to start a sprout off on the right foot- or maybe I should say, the right root! It should be no surprise then that certain seeds … Click to continue →

7 Signs You Might Have A Zinc Deficiency And What To Do About It

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With autumn upon us, and cold and flu season right around the corner, it’s important to know that there are plenty of natural ways to stay healthy and strong right through the upcoming season. One such way is through ensuring that you get enough zinc. Zinc, an essential trace mineral, is second to only iron in its concentration in the … Click to continue →

A Delicious Bone-Building Burrito: Each Ingredient Is A Rich Source Of Magnesium Or Manganese

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Variety is the spice of life, and Savers know that bone-healthy nutrition does not have to be boring. That's why today we are bringing you one of our favorite recipes: Bone-Building Burritos. The legend of the beloved burrito has been shared by many, but if you have not heard it yet, here it is. In the early 1900s, during the … Click to continue →

3 Little-Known Evidence-Backed Bone Health Benefits Of Vitamin C

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Today we’ll have a look at a three rarely discussed benefits of Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, and examine how they improve bone health. That’s right, Vitamin C. Most people think that Vitamin D is the only crucial vitamin for building strong bones, because they’ve fallen prey to the oversimplified understanding of our biology taught by the Medical Establishment. So … Click to continue →

The Top 10 Bone-Healthy Foods that Have More Iron Than Meat

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Bone health goes so much deeper than simply having strong bones. Deep within the bone, in the spongy tissue called the bone marrow, where the major components of your blood cells are made. One such blood cell developed in the bone marrow is the red blood cell or erythrocyte, which transports oxygen-rich blood to every organ and tissue in your … 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 →

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 →

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 →

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