Exercise

  • Boost Your Bone Health in One Minute Per Day

    Are you overwhelmed by everything you have to do to improve your bone health?

    With bone health advice ranging from dietary interventions to exercise routines, it can be hard to find the time and energy to incorporate all of these strategies in to your life.

    Thankfully, new research is showing that there is actually a quick and easy way to build better bones.
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  • Why Undenatured Type II Collagen Is Important For Joint Health

    Undenatured type II collagen, or UC-II, is a dietary supplement ingredient which is derived from chicken cartilage (from the sternum). The ingredient is known to provide increased joint comfort, elasticity, and mobility in patients suffering from joint damage.

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  • Study Reveals Satisfaction Of Life Increases Bone Health

    Osteoporosis is common among women as well as some men. Women are at increased risk during menopause. This disease intensifies the possibility of bone fractures which can result in serious consequences. Risk factors include lower levels of physical activity, decreased calcium with vitamin D intake, small body frame, smoking, depression, among other risk factors.

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  • New Research Shows Physical Activity Can Improve Bone Health

    Even small amounts of physical activity can improve bone health in pre-menopausal women, according to a research study released in Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. Increasing physical activities in small intervals were shown to reduce sclerostin in the body, providing a positive effect on bone health.

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  • New Research Shows Tai Chi Helps Knees

    A research study from Tufts University in Boston compared traditional physical therapy to Tai Chi for relief for aging knee joints. The relief of symptoms was similar with Tai Chi or physical therapy, and the relief was maintained a year later. This is good news because Tai Chi has several other benefits. Previous research studies have shown that Tai Chi decreases risk of falls and also promotes psychological well-being.

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