Bone health is too important of a topic to simply ignore and take for granted. Not only do we live in an area where bone breaks are common; they are also costly and very time-consuming to rehabilitate from.
We canNOT avoid all bone breaks; but hopefully we can prevent yours! I understand that many think it’s a genetic issue; however, that doesn’t mean you have to be next in line!
There are plenty of things you can do to improve your bone health. One of the most important is to nourish and build strong muscles around the bones, because they actually hold our frame up. If you do not have strong muscles, your bones take the brunt from all your activities, and wear out cartilage and collagen. This often leads to arthritis, osteopenia and osteoporosis as well.
So, you may have a genetic propensity for weaker bones; but you can be the first one to “break the spell.”
Besides developing stronger muscles, you should also be more serious about taking adequate bone-building supplements, of which we have a wonderful assortment …at the Gesundheit! Nutrition Center on North 19th Avenue in Bozeman.