Tag Archives: bone health

5 important ways to keep your vitamin D levels high

Before launching in to this vital topic, let’s think about why we might want to maintain optimal levels of D3, the active form of vitamin D, in our bodies. Vitamin D is involved in keeping the immune system healthy and … Continue reading

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Should we eat dairy products to promote bone health?

Food is medicine. It can either help us in our quest for optimal health, or massively detract from it. I therefore listen carefully, with interest, to anyone in the media who makes recommendations about what to eat to prevent, or … Continue reading

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Calcium supplements – useless or harmful?

I’ve long been concerned about people taking isolated calcium supplements, purely in the hope that by doing so, they will reduce the likelihood of fractures later in life. My fears now seem to have been confirmed by recent research that … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of a Bone Lover

In my latest book, Love Your Bones, I put forward a “day in the life of a bone lover” – a daily routine that maximises bone health and can be followed by anyone wanting to introduce all the essential factors … Continue reading

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Essential Vitamins for Bone Health

In my December 2014 blog post about bone health https://therawfoodscientist.wordpress.com/2014/12/08/8-essential-minerals-for-bone-health/ I discussed some minerals that you needed to know about for healthy bone formation. Since my latest book, Love Your Bones, was published this week, I wanted to give you … Continue reading

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