Bone Health Condition

Maintaining bone health is crucial for general health and very important in preventing osteoporosis as we age. While most people concentrate on calcium for healthy bone development and maintenance, it’s equally vital to have proper nutrient levels, including magnesium and vitamin D to aid the absorption of calcium by the body.

Posted on: August 26th, 2016 by Sarah No Comments

The New Way to Protect Joints from Osteoarthritis

Do you ever feel stiffness in your joints after getting out of bed or sitting for a long time?  Do you ever hear crunchy or bone-on-bone sounds when moving?  This could mean that you have, or are developing, the most common form of arthritis – osteoarthritis. When ignored, osteoarthritis is a debilitating part of aging that is a major reason for “feeling old.”  Fortunately, it... Read More

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Posted on: October 23rd, 2014 by Sarah No Comments

Building Bones to Last a Lifetime

Some people may know about osteoporosis and calcium supplementation’s effects on bones. However, calcium is just one component of proper bone health, so here I will discuss with you the importance of various weight bearing exercises and the tremendous impact it can have on your long-term bone health. A Bit of Background on Your Backbone Because bones are some of the most rigid and sturdy... Read More

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Posted on: October 10th, 2013 by Gregg Gittins 1 Comment

What You Need to Know About Vitamin D!

It is now estimated 1 billion of the world’s population is deficient in Vitamin D. Most of us know the importance of vitamin D intake for strong, healthy bones. Even so, a resurgence of rickets, the childhood bone-weakening disease, has been seen in industrialized countries in recent years. According to the Harvard School of Public Health, vitamin D deficiency is... Read More

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