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Bone Health

Vitamin E may be useful in maintaining bone quality

A study led by researchers from Toyo University in Japan have found that a vitamin E derivative called tocotrienol-rich fraction (TRF) can effectively inhibit the activation of Janus kinase (JAK) signaling — which regulates the lysyl oxidase (LOX) enzyme in osteoblastic cells.

Natural remedies for osteoporosis: Several medicinal plants have been found to improve bone health without the side effects of medication

Osteoporosis is the most common type of bone disease.

Go Mediterranean after menopause: Good for more than your heart, the diet is linked to better bone density and higher muscle mass

Keep your bones strong and healthy even after menopause by eating a Mediterranean diet.

3 Evidence-Based Ways To Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally (And Protect Your Bones)

Vivian Goldschmidt, 2016
It may surprise you to learn that blood pressure and bone health are related, since chances are your doctor never mentioned the connection to you.

Prevent Fractures, Heart Problems And Dementia By Maintaining Low Levels Of This Damaging Protein

Vivian Goldschmidt, 2016
Today’s post is about an amino acid that’s not found in foods, nor is it a building block of protein.

Mediterranean diet enriched with olive oil boosts bone health, study

By Sofiya: (NaturalNews) Bone health is not something that most people think about until it becomes an issue, which usually happens later in life. While men and women can both suffer from weakening of the bones, it is a particular issue for women, especially after they hit menopause. This is because of the drop in estrogen levels that menopause brings with it - a drop which can lead to loss of calcium from the bones. It is this loss which, in turn, leads to brittle bones.

4 reasons to ditch dairy from your diet

By Jones: (NaturalNews) There are many myths that we are led to believe, particularly where food is concerned. One of the most controversial is that we need dairy to be healthy, and to have strong bones.

Milk, cheese and butter are promoted as having health benefits, despite the mounting evidence that suggests they may be doing us more harm than good.

Here are four reasons you may want to ditch the dairy from your diet.

1. Acidity

Find out why a vitamin K deficiency threatens bone and heart health

By Landsman:(NaturalNews) Globally speaking, osteoporosis causes more than 8.9 million fractures annually - affecting about 200 million women with an osteoporotic fracture every 3 seconds! Yet, most women are never told that a vitamin K deficiency can cause weakening of the bones, chronic inflammation plus a host of degenerative diseases.