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Building Bone Even While You’re Sleeping – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 20

Building Bone Even While You’re Sleeping – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 20

Bone is complex and it has many functions. In Episode 20, Jerry Hickey, Ph. teaches us some of the lesser-known secrets to building bone at any age, even while sleeping!

Celebrating National Lemonade Day with A Drink to Support Bone Health

Celebrating National Lemonade Day with A Drink to Support Bone Health

One of the best drinks to grab on a hot summer day is lemonade! Here’s a recipe your community will rave about, as it touts numerous benefits for both your skin and your bones.

The Importance of Bone Health Nutrients

The Importance of Bone Health Nutrients

Written by Luke Kornblatt Did you know that your bones are very much alive? They are! You may think of them as hard substances but they are constantly growing and changing. This means that if you nourish your bones correctly, you can keep them healthy […]

New Study: Collagen Builds Bone Health in Women

New Study: Collagen Builds Bone Health in Women

Photo by Natalie Collins on Unsplash It’s common to think that bones are hard, lifeless parts of your body. But it’s actually the opposite – your bones are living and growing tissue. As both men and women age and reach peak bone mass, the balance […]

Collagen Explained: Not All Are Created Equal

Collagen Explained: Not All Are Created Equal

Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies. It is found in our bones, skin, nails, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Think of Collagen simply as the ‘glue’ that holds us together. While our bodies naturally produce Collagen, by the time we hit age 25, […]

Inactive Teens Have Weaker Bones than Active Teens

Inactive Teens Have Weaker Bones than Active Teens

It’s common knowledge that inactive individuals can have a higher risk of becoming obese and developing numerous conditions, including type 2 diabetes. But did you know that inactive individuals, especially teenagers, have weaker bones than those who are physically active? Bones: Inactive Teens vs. Active […]