When we think about our health, we tend to think about the things that ache or hurt, or areas of our bodies that need to be kept healthy to keep us at peak performance. One thing we don’t typically think about is our blood health, but it is very important to keep this in mind, as blood health is key to essential functions such as clotting and circulation.
We have a wide range of topics on our magazine specific to bone health including:
- Latest research into improving bone health
- Brittle bones (osteoporosis) and why this happens
- Essential vitamins for bone health, including bone health supplements
Did you know…
- Women are at more risk of developing osteoporosis than men because the hormone changes that happen during menopause directly affect bone density.
- About 99% of the calcium in our bodies is in our bones & teeth, and if our bodies become calcium deficient, the body supplements by taking it from our bones.
- The body does not produce calcium on its own, so we have to get it from the foods we eat and supplements we take.
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