Allie Might, INHC, AADP, ATT dives in to why calcium is an important supplement and how you can add it into your routine to reap the benefits
Bone & Joint Health
Bone health is not just a category for older individuals. Your risk of developing many bone related conditions when you’re older, depends on the lifestyle you follow when you are young. By eating the right foods and exercising regularly, you may be able to decrease your risk of bone-related conditions. When you’re young, your body makes new bone faster than it breaks down old bone. But at around age 30, you reach peak bone mass. After that, it becomes harder for your body to regrow bone. It’s never too early or late to learn about your bone health, including the important vitamins and minerals needed for proper utilization in your bones.
Allie Might, INHC, AADP, ATT goes into the benefits of calcium and how it supports broken bones, osteopenia and osteoporosis
How can krill support your health? Jerry Hickey, Ph. goes into depth about the difference between krill and fish oil as well as the benefits.
Smoothie week is also for college students, join us in making the yellow magic smoothie with Collagen Hx. It tastes like a burst of summer in your mouth.
There are always buzz words but how do we know if we should follow them? Learn more about Omega-3 to see the benefits and why this buzz word is worth following.
Written By: Allie Might, FMC, INHC, ATT For further questions or concerns email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Everyone’s heard of collagen. It’s typically associated with cosmetic fillers and beauty products. However, collagen is also an essential nutrient as it is vital to every part of the body. …