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  • 8 Important Reasons to Take Magnesium

    magnesium can help us feel happierMagnesium is critical for health. This amazing mineral is responsible for driving important processes in our body through its involvement in more than 600 enzymatic reactions, including energy......

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  • A Plant-Based Diet Can Build Strong Bones

    leafy greens contain bone building mineralsAll the nutrients you need to build strong bones can be found by eating plants, without the negative health risks from milk and dairy products. Nutrient-packed fruits and......

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  • Your Guide to Vitamin D: Why It’s Important and How to Get Enough of It

    grab some sunshine to boost your vitamin D

    A healthy lifestyle starts with a balanced diet to give your body all the nutrients it needs to thrive, from calcium to......

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  • 4 Healthy Reasons You Need Vitamin D

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    We get most of our vitamin D naturally, from the sun. When skin is exposed to the sun's UV rays, a specific type of cholesterol in your......

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  • The Synergistic Relationship of Vitamins D and K

    Vitamins D3 and K2In recent years, vitamin D has received a lot of attention for its important role in health and wellness. From bone support, cognitive function, inflammation support to immune system optimization,......

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  • 6 Tips to Build Strong Bones Early

    Most people think of osteoporosis as a disease that affects people over 65, but bone loss is something that can be prevented or at least minimized by supporting strong bones way before......

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  • Calcium for Bones - And So Much More

    greens2Calcium is next in our series A to Zinc and is probably the most commonly taken mineral. Calcium is also the most abundant mineral in the body and although most people associate it......

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  • Vitamin K

    chard and kale in the garden

    In our next installment of Vitamins and Minerals from A to Zinc, we hit on vitamin K. Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin that......

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  • The Calcium Challenge


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  • New Research on Supplemental Calcium

    bone-healthStudies recently published in the the British Medical Journal suggest that taking supplemental calcium does not boost bone density or prevent fractures as people get older. In the new studies, scientists in......

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