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Research is uncovering many ways in which high blood sugar and high insulin levels damage bone — here’s a look at how osteoporosis and diabetes are connected and what you can do.
Pumpkins, squashes and their seeds are among the fall bone-building superstars due to their alkalizing, antioxidant-rich and anti-inflammatory properties.
Dr. Brown's favorites include greens, root crops and spices like nutmeg and cinnamon.
Apple cider vinegar adds alkalizing power to fall drinks
Just as you need to adequately nourish the soil for your garden to grow, you need to nourish your bones for optimal health and bone strength
Higher acid load increases risk of type 2 diabetes
A healthy, balanced diet should include protein.
Neutralizing your net acid load builds bone density
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