Strong bones

by Herbs, Etc.

It takes more than a bucket full of calcium to keep bones supple and strong! You need all the critical nutrients, including vitamins D, K1 and K2.

Don’t diet—strong bones are working bones, so it’s good to carry a little more ballast after menopause. Density is measurable, but it’s not the gold standard of bone health.

Thin bones can be healthy, strong and flexible.

Worrying about your bones isn’t helpful. For an inspiring and practical guide to full-on bone health, read Better Bones, Better Body: Beyond Estrogen and Calcium, by Susan E. Brown, PhD. It’s comprehensive and uplifting.