• Top 5 Exercises for Joint Pain Relief

    It is well known that regular exercise has many beneficial effects on health and wellbeing.

    Exercise has been shown to help with metabolic conditions such as obesity and diabetes, neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and dementia, and even mental health conditions like depression and anxiety.

    However, people often forget that exercise is great for joint health too!
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  • Women and Bone Health: What You Need to Know

    Do you know that women are at a higher risk of developing degenerative bone disease?

    In fact, the average American post-menopausal woman will lose about 1/3 of her hip bone density in old age. You can compare this to only 1/4 bone density loss in the average American male.

    The increased rate of bone density loss in women also translates to a higher risk for fractures and the associated complications.

    This is why it is so important for women to ensure they are maintaining their bone health before it becomes a problem.

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  • 4 Easy Exercises to Keep Your Bones Healthy

    A major part of keeping your bones healthy is regular exercise and physical activity.

    You know what they say: "if you don't use it, you lose it!"

    As we age, our bones become weaker and our soft tissues begin to calcify. This can lead to reduced range of motion and increased pain and sensitivity in the joints.

    The only way to prevent this is to make sure to move every single day!

    It doesn't have to be intense exercise or weight lifting. Even gentle movements like stretching and walking can begin to break up calcification and adhesions while increasing range of motion.

    Here are 5 simple exercises that can help you stay mobile and pain free as you age: Continue reading

  • 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! Continue reading

  • 3 Tips to Help You Prevent Bone Disease Naturally

    Do you want to prevent bone deterioration?

    The unfortunate truth is that about one out of every three women and one out of every five men over 50 years old will develop degenerative bone disease.

    The most common bone disease in the elderly is osteoporosis.

    Osteoporosis is a condition in which the bones are no longer able to repair and regenerate resulting in a weakening of the bone structure. Continue reading

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