Better Bone Health Blog

  • Healthy Digestion Affects Bone Health. Here's How to Optimize Both.

    Did you know that healthy digestion and bone health are intertwined? That healthy digestion affects bone health, and not just due to nutrients being absorbed and metabolized? It’s true! The health of the human gut microbiome, or healthy bacteria in the gut, plays a role in bone metabolism (1). But...
  • 6 Natural Ways to Build Strong and Healthy Bones

    Strong and healthy bones are the building-blocks to a healthy life. But often times, adults don’t realize they are deficient in nutrients and minerals associated in bone growth and strength.  Luckily, there are a multitude of natural ways to boost bone growth in the body, and enhance your overall physical...
  • 5 Tips To Help Alleviate Your Nagging Neck Pain

    Are you one of the 6.5 million Americans who suffer from neck pain each year?

    In fact, neck pain is ranked as one of the top 5 most common physical disorders in the United States.

    For those affected, neck pain can be more than just a physical discomfort. Numerous studies has shown that chronic neck pain can impact social and mental health as well.

    If you suffer from neck pain, here are some simple tips that can help alleviate discomfort and get you back to feeling your best. Continue reading

  • The Fascinating Science: How Your Muscles Build Better Bones

    Did you know that stronger muscles can help build stronger bones?

    Muscles and bones are commonly viewed as two separate systems. However, the muscles and bones are actually two components of the same system called the musculoskeletal system. This system is woven together by connective tissue such as tendons, ligaments, and fascia.

    So if you want to keep your bones strong and healthy, it is important to keep your muscles strong and healthy. Continue reading

  • Debunked: Top 3 Dangerous Osteoporosis Myths

    You deserve to know the truth!

    Osteoporosis is a widespread degenerative bone disease affecting hundreds of millions of Americans. This potentially debilitating disease is characterized by decreased bone density and an increased propensity for bone fractures.

    Unfortunately, there are dangerous myths and misconceptions that stop many people from seeking the care and treatment necessary to prevent unnecessary suffering.

    To help you have a better understanding of degenerative bone disease, we have compiled the top 3 dangerous osteoporosis myths. Share this with you friends and family who may be at risk!

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