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  • Posted on 24 Mar 2017
    The beneficial effects of the Mediterranean Diet on cardiovascular health have long been recognize. In recent years, the diet has also been shown to support bone health, even reducing the risk of osteoporotic fractures! …

  • Posted on 20 Mar 2017
    Vitamin D is critically important for the maintenance of bone health throughout a women’s life. And, ironically, vitamin D declines with aging, just when we need it the most! Vitamin D helps to support…

  • Posted on 15 Mar 2017
    Hello Sunshine!  I am enjoying hanging out in Florida this week celebrating a momentous birthday with my mother-in-law and soaking up the rays of the sun!  We all know that sunshine is one of…

  • Posted on 07 Mar 2017
    Do you ever get that gut feeling? In this case not intuition, but the feeling of bloating, indigestion, reflux, stomach cramps, gas or have a history of constipation or diarrhea?  Not only do these…

  • Posted on 15 Feb 2017
    GOT MILK? We have all seen this advertising campaign encouraging Americans to consume milk to help the body grow big and strong.  A diet rich in milk products is also promoted for reducing the risk…

  • Posted on 01 Feb 2017
    Studies have shown that eating prunes supports bone health, especially in postmenopausal women. Prunes are a source of several key bone minerals: magnesium, potassium , manganese and boron.  These minerals help to increase bone mineral density while…

  • Posted on 14 Jan 2017
    Super food kale is without a doubt one of the healthiest vegetables around and one of the best foods for supporting bone health. Kale is great source of many of the essential bone minerals…

  • Posted on 24 Oct 2016
    The influence exercise has on bone mineral density and overall bone strength is both well documented, and undeniable. Anytime you put stress on your bones, you are increasing the bones’ density. One of the…

  • Posted on 07 Oct 2016
    Most people associate inflammation with an injury or cut. Inflammation refers to a location on the body that has become reddened, swollen, painful, and hot. It is the body’s natural attempt at protecting itself…

  • Posted on 01 Aug 2016
    Nutrition and osteoporosis are closely linked.  Lack of key bone building nutrients at all ages will impact the health your bones.  There is a sea of information out there about modifying your diet to…

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