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How to Exercise When You Have Osteoporosis

How to Exercise When You Have Osteoporosis

How to Exercise When You Have Osteoporosis At-a-Glance: Good exercise gets you moving. Great exercise prepares you for your day. Exercising to improve stability, mobility, and strength will keep you safer.  Ultimately, it’s all about working your body so your body...
The Gut-Bone Connection

The Gut-Bone Connection

The Gut-Bone Connection At-a-Glance: Research uncovered direct and indirect connections between the intestines and bones. You can now address this important underlying component of bone health.  Intestinal chronic inflammation, malabsorption, dysbiosis, and...
How to Assess Bone Health

How to Assess Bone Health

How to Assess Bone Health At-a-Glance:  There are many ways to assess bone health and strength. While none of them are fantastic, combining tests creates a better idea of your overall bone health and what changes you can make to improve it.  This article discusses...
How Hormones Affect Bone Health

How Hormones Affect Bone Health

How Hormones Affect Bone Health   Hormones control all aspects of your health, including whether your bones are strong or decaying and getting weaker. Estrogen, testosterone, thyroid hormone, oxytocin, serotonin, melatonin, and cortisol all affect your bones....
MK4 or MK7, Which is Better for Bones?

MK4 or MK7, Which is Better for Bones?

MK4 or MK7, Which is Better for Bones? Article at-a-glance: MK4 and MK7 are two forms of vitamin K2 commonly found in dietary supplements. Both are naturally occurring, and both have health benefits. But only MK4 has been shown to promote healthy bone density and...

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