Lunges are one of the best exercises you can do to strengthen the bones in your hip and lower back. Make special note of the position of her front knee — it is directly over the ankle. Also notice the alignment of her body, with her shoulders and head balanced over her pelvis and her shoulder girdle and pelvic girdle both in a relaxed, neutral position.
Some say, “Good bone broth can resurrect the dead!” While I can’t vouch for that, I can tell you that there is extensive research showing that bone broth has some pretty incredible health benefits. Here are just a few: Heals the gut lining Supports healthy digestion Strengthens bones, joints, tendons, ligaments and aids arthritis Promotes healthy, supple skin and strong teeth Helps eliminate autoimmune disorders such as celiac disease, diabetes, Crohn’s and multiple sclerosis...
As we age bones get brittle and thin out thereby increasing the risk of fractures and joint dislocation. We cannot predict our bone health in the future, but we can certainly eat foods that strengthen bones and boost bone density. Give it serious thought now! For the choices we make today will dictate our bone health in the future. This article brings to light foods essential for strong bones.
Broccoli If there is any food type that deserves the heavyweight nutrient title of 'superfood', it's broccoli. Each floret is packed to the nines with anti-ageing vitamins, anti-oxidants and minerals, including bone-strengthening calcium and potassium - a naturally occurring mineral essential for proper brain and nerve functioning.
Banana: full of nutrients, can help protect your heart, control blood pressure, strengthen bones, a great brain food & can calm your nerves. Helps induce serotonin & norepinephrine (feel good hormones) which helps overcome depression. High in potassium, folate, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, sodium, iron, selenium, manganese, copper, zinc, vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, E, K, Niacin, folate, pantothenic acid, fibre & small amounts of other vitamins and minerals. Retained with life force.
Triangle Pose It improves every single bone, muscle, joint, tendon and internal organ, and it revitalizes nerves, veins and tissues. Flexing and strengthening the last five vertebrae in this posture can alleviate crooked spines, as well as rheumatism and lower back pain. Triangle Pose also benefits the heart and lungs, forcing them to work together