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  • Menopause and Bone Health: What You Need to Know

    Did you know that menopause can lead to bone degeneration?

    All women go through menopause as they get older, but not every woman needs to suffer from osteoporosis and other degenerative bone diseases.

    Luckily, there are steps you can take to prevent excessive bone loss a you go through menopause. This is critical for every woman to understand so they can age without unnecessary pain and suffering.

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  • How You Can Build Better Bones With Boron

    Are you familiar with the mineral boron?

    If you want to maintain strong and healthy bones as you age, then you need to learn about this critical nutrient!

    Boron is an important trace mineral that has a crucial role in building and maintaining strong and healthy bones. With the current rise in degenerative bone diseases such as osteoporosis, it is more important than ever to make sure you are getting enough boron in your diet. Continue reading

  • Why Collagen is Critically Important for Your Joint Health

    Did you know that a staggering half of the American population is projected to develop joint problems after the age of 50?

    If you don't want to end up being part of this statistic, then it is important to start taking care of your joints today. One of the most important aspects of joint health is the maintenance of collagen in the body.

    So you might be wondering what exactly is collagen and why is it so important for your joint health? Continue reading

  • Do You Have This Common Vitamin Deficiency?

    Did you know that about 90% of adults in the United States are deficient in vitamin D?

    In fact, vitamin D is probably the most recommended vitamin supplement by physicians today.

    Individuals who are at a high risk for deficiency include those who have inadequate sun exposure and those who are overweight.

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  • 10 Important Warning Signs of Bone Weakness

    Degenerative bone diseases do not develop overnight.

    In fact, it can take years for diseases like osteoporosis to develop. Since osteoporosis is one of the most common health conditions in old age, it is important for us all to be vigilant.

    The disease plagues more than half of adults over the age of fifty and is even more common in women. Osteoporosis is characterized by decreased bone density and increased risk of bone fracture. However, before full-blown osteoporosis develops, patients will be experiencing a condition called osteopenia.

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