Blogs about Better Bones & Balance™

Saturday, February 29, 2020
Stuart clock's Blog
Having strong bones is vital for your bodies. They safeguard your brain, heart, and other parts from injuries. Healthy bones are the ones that are enriched with minerals, including calcium and phosphorous.It’s the minerals you consume in your youth and early-adulthood that get absorbed by your bones. After you turn 30, this is when you have created the maximum bone-mass. If you haven't produced an adequate amount of bone-mass during this time, you might develop weak bones in danger of breaking easily.
Saturday, September 14, 2019 • Los Angeles, CA 90001
Get Fit With Alesia
Orthopedic is a branch of medicine that deals with the treatment of problems or bones or muscles. Surgeons help to prevent, diagnose & treat the disorders or bones, muscles & joints.
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 • Denver, CO 80204
Courtney Shelby's Blog
Tired of working out but not seeing the results you want? Low energy? Concerned about health risks? Everyones body is different. One workout is not appropriate for everyone. DNA genetic testing is the answer. Hormones change, butt DNA does not. Learn exactly what you need to do to lose weight, improve your overall general health, improve your bone health and heart health based on your genetics. No more guessing. Get the answers you need for the rest of your life. Identify the problems and find the solutions.
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 • Hilo, HI 96720
Soul Fitness Hawaii, for your Mind, Body & Soul
Think being THIN is healthy, NOT SO FAST... Women, it's time to reassess your views on being that size 6 and being HEALTHY. One thing I see everyday in my personal training clients as well as my LIFT TO THRIVE SENIORS especially the WOMEN, is this on going belief that "SKINNY IS HEALTHY, AND THICK IS FAT AND UNHEALTHY." But this is just not true.
Sunday, October 27, 2013 • B4C 2N2, CA
Renita Collier's Blog
    Bone Spurs (Osteophytes) Basic Bone Spur Facts • A bone spur is a tiny pointed outgrowth of bone.• Bone spurs are usually caused by local inflammation, such as from degenerative arthritis or tendonitis. • Bone spurs develop in areas of inflammation or injury of nearby cartilage or tendons.

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