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Bone Density

Support Your Skeleton

October 25, 2016

Halloween seems like the perfect time to talk about the skeleton inside of you, not just because skeletons decorate doors and bones litter yards, but because the start of the colder season means a natural wane to bone density. Let’s cover what you’ve already heard, first: pretty much everyone benefits from a calcium supplement. If […]

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During winter, bones need a little extra support. Bone density naturally waxes and wanes, depending not just on diet, but on the time of year, what city you live in, how old you are, your race (and other genetic factors), and more. You can’t control everything (like your genes) but you can get ahead of […]

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With the sun triggered Vitamin D flowing, this is the time of year where people are feeling good. Vitamin D boosts the immune system, mood, and more, leaving that summer feeling of optimism and good health. But, there’s always a but. The next few months are when tick and mosquito acquired illnesses have finished the […]

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Don’t Let Your Vitamin D Drop

September 24, 2015

As winter comes, everyone is going to naturally spend more time inside, and Vitamin D levels will drop. Do you know what else drops during the winter? Bone density. What most people don’t know (because the medical profession takes a very lazy approach to it) is that your bone density fluctuates all the time: time […]

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Winter is a tough time for maintaining a healthy diet. Apple pies, Oktoberfest, Halloween candy, Thanksgiving and pumpkin pies, Christmas cookies and cakes, one last New Year’s bash before your big resolution… And then you have fewer fresh vegetable, less sunlight/Vitamin D, fewer activities to help maintain bone density… It’s a lot for even a […]

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