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Bone Health

Improving bone health is a bit more than taking calcium. Drinking milk, eating cheese and the like was once thought to provide calcium for healthy bones, but this simply isn’t true today! Calcium is important, but Vitamin D3, K2, Magnesium, Strontium and Boron are even more important. Testosterone and especially Progesterone are essential for strong, healthy bones in our 20’s through our 80’s. Healthy Thyroid function all the way to the cellular level needs to be checked regularly to keep calcium in the bone and not pulled out to make thyroid enzymes. Scientific studies are showing us that American’s wind up with Osteopenia & Osteoporosis later in life due to thyroid imbalance and a lack of nutrients essential for bone building. So take your vitamins! Drink lots of water, exercise moderately, and test for hormone & thyroid balance. Our testing is very affordable and does not require a doctors note.