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Surprising Research: Can You Begin to Reverse Osteoporosis in Weeks?

Everyone knows that exercise is healthy.

People who exercise are stronger, more robust, and tend to live longer.

One reason for this is that exercise can help you burn body fat and maintain a healthy weight.

But now emerging research is beginning to show us that exercise can actually benefit your bone health just as much as your body weight.

And the best part is that results can be obtained in a matter of mere weeks!

The Study

A study published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research shows a new mechanism through which exercise can enhance bone health.

The research suggests that certain types of physical exercise may actually be able to burn the fat inside of your bones!

This then appears to lead to the regeneration of bone in mice models.

Mouse models won't necessarily translate to human anatomy but the same stem cells that produce bone and fat in mice produce bone and fat in humans.

Osteoporosis and Bone Fractures

According to Maya Styner, MD, this new evidence suggests that exercise could be an effective method to help reverse bone issues such as osteoporosis and fractures.

Styner reported, "I see a lot of patients with poor bone health, and I always talk to them about what a dramatic effect exercise can have on bones, regardless of what the cause of their bone condition is."

This research also suggests that the results are even more dramatic in obese populations.

"With obesity, it seems that you get even more bone formation from exercise. Our studies of bone biomechanics show that the quality and the strength of the bone is significantly increased with exercise and even more so in the obese exercisers," said Styner.

How it Works

The exact mechanisms through which this happens still needs to be clarified. One theory is that as the bone fat is burned during exercise, the released energy is utilized to create new bone. Another idea is that exercise stimulates stem cells which then go on to build more bone tissue and less fat.

Styner believes the former to be more likely, saying "What we can say is there's a lot of evidence suggesting that marrow fat is being used as fuel to make more bone, rather than there being an increase in the diversion of stem cells into bone."

The team is developing future studies to further parse out the effects and determine the mechanism of action.

In the meantime, it's safe to say that exercise can help you build better bones!

Exercise Alone is Not Enough

While it certainly is very important to get enough exercise for the reasons mentioned above, it will still be hard to regenerate your bone tissue if you do not have all of the necessary vitamins and minerals for bone growth and development.

This is why supplementation with key nutrients is so important for bone health.

Dr. Charles Price developed the Silical System formula specifically to provide the body with the most important vitamins and minerals for maintaining strong and healthy bones.

If you want to experience the benefits of better bone health, then pick up your Silical System today!

 

References

  1. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/05/170518140220.htm
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