You May Be Expecting Too Much From Nutritional Supplements

More and more research is emerging indicating that taking supplements does not yield the same health results and lowered risk of death from all causes as eating healthy foods. Supplements are falling short of their promised benefits. A significant number of Americans take nutritional supplements wit...   read full post »

posted on 12/5/2020


A Good Diet needs a Good Exercise Program

While it is not my area of expertise, I think it is important for me to talk about exercise. Nutrition plays a key role in bone health, and I strongly believe nutrition can make a difference in the strength of your bones. However, even a perfect bone healthy diet is unlikely to reverse osteoporosis ...   read full post »

posted on 11/18/2020


Risks with too much supplemental Vitamin D

I can’t resist writing again about the risks of taking too much Vitamin D. It seems especially important right now with discussions about COVID and Vitamin D ongoing. It is imperative that you maintain healthy vitamin D levels but that does not mean to take large doses when your vitamin D leve...   read full post »

posted on 10/18/2020


Magnesium Oxide probably not best choice for Magnesium supplement

Multiple studies over the years have proven magnesium to be good for your bones with higher intakes equaling less bone fractures. Magnesium is key in maintaining optimal blood levels of Vitamin D, boosting low levels, and sometimes moderating high levels. However, a study published this year in Oste...   read full post »

posted on 9/18/2020


Meatballs with Lots of Calcium

You wouldn’t normally think Spaghetti and Meatballs would be a particularly good source of calcium but this Spaghetti and Meatball recipe gives you 263 mg. of calcium per serving. Add 1 Tbsp. of grated Parmesan Cheese to the top for an additional 43 mg. of calcium. Serve a salad with 1 cup fre...   read full post »

posted on 8/18/2020


Some clarification on the Alkaline Diet

There is a lot of confusion when it comes to the Alkaline Diet. The reason is that the popular press and promoters of fad diets may lead you to believe that certain foods cause your body to produce too much acid and this messes up the pH of your body. In reality your body is always working to balanc...   read full post »

posted on 7/18/2020


Eating Out

Eating a bone healthy diet at restaurants can be a challenge. If you eat enough fruits and vegetables (alkaline producing foods) to balance out the meat, cheese, beans and grains (acid producing foods) then while, depending on what you choose, it might not be the healthiest meal you ever ate, you sh...   read full post »

posted on 6/16/2020

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