Tag: strontium

Thyroid Health In Relationship To Women’s Health

Thyroid Health In Relationship To Women’s Health

Women’s health can be impacted with thyroid dysfunction. There are specific signs to look for and if they occur to try using a natural supplement to help balance the symptoms. Read more to find out how you can help your thyroid function in relation to women’s health.

From Pain To Gain: Back & Neck Comfort Program

From Pain To Gain: Back & Neck Comfort Program

Did you know that if you are having back and neck pain there are a few steps you can take to help improve the discomfort. Learn more about diet changes and supplements that can help relieve the back and neck pain you are experiencing today!

Why Strontium Is An Important Mineral For Bone Health – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 257

Why Strontium Is An Important Mineral For Bone Health – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 257

Strontium is a mineral that has been shown to reduce the rate of bone loss while improving the rate of bone formation, according to numerous studies.

Support For A Torn Meniscus with Joint Nutrients – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 137

Support For A Torn Meniscus with Joint Nutrients – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 137

Below each knee, there are two rubbery cartilage bands called the meniscus. They act like a cushion for your joints. With age or with injury, your meniscus and overall joint health can be impacted. Here’s my recommendation on what supplements can help support healthy joints and cartilage overall.

Can Running Keep Your Bones Young?

Can Running Keep Your Bones Young?

When you think of your bones, it is common to think of them as rigid, static and never changing. But, despite being a hard substance, your bones are very much alive, growing and changing throughout your life. This means, if our bones are nourished correctly, 

Bone Tips for Stronger Hips by Jerry Hickey, R.Ph.

Bone Tips for Stronger Hips by Jerry Hickey, R.Ph.

About 325,000 Americans over the age of 65 will break their hip this year. A minimum of 25% of those with hip fractures will need assistance walking after the fracture, 25% will end up in a nursing home and 25% or more will die within