Tag Archives: bones


Bones & Sleep: Melatonin

“Researchers noted that natural melatonin production begins to decline at around age 50, around the same time that osteoporosis is most often diagnosed. This observation led them to investigate whether reduced melatonin levels played a part in the development of osteoporosis.” Continue reading


Health Series: Osteoporosis and Alzheimer’s

All articles on Osteoporosis and Alzheimer’s are listed in this post with links. Continue reading


Bone Series, Part 5: Walking Builds Bones

Walking is a weight-bearing exercise, and there are things you can do to get the most from it. Continue reading


Bone Series, Part 3: Eat Your Vitamins

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The human body is designed to get what it needs from eating whole foods. Osteoporosis requires specific foods to break down and build bones. Save Our Bones “Foundation Foods” lists them as alkaline and acidic. Continue reading