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Collagen Explained: Not All Are Created Equal

Collagen Explained: Not All Are Created Equal

Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies. It is found in our bones, skin, nails, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Think of Collagen simply as the ‘glue’ that holds us together. While our bodies naturally produce Collagen, by the time we hit age 25, […]

Health Spotlight: Rheumatoid and Osteo- Arthritis

Health Spotlight: Rheumatoid and Osteo- Arthritis

Arthritis – stiff, painful, swollen joints – is not a single disease. There are more than 100 arthritis-related conditions. The most common is osteoarthritis – “wear-and-tear”. Nearly 27 million Americans have osteoarthritis, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Osteoarthritis, in which joint […]

Raising Awareness: June is National Safety Month

Raising Awareness: June is National Safety Month

Injuries are a major cause of disability for individuals of any age. However, it is the leading cause of death for those aged one to 44 years old and the fifth leading cause of death in the whole population! Fortunately, through safer behavior and following […]

Feed the Superstructure of your Bones with Powdered Collagen

Feed the Superstructure of your Bones with Powdered Collagen

If you add Collagen Protein to your diet it helps improve your skin and hair, your nails can resume growing, your bones will benefit and often your joints are more comfortable and less creaky. It has to be a collagen that is hydrolyzed.

Low Back Pain: The Pains of a Busy Life

Low Back Pain: The Pains of a Busy Life

What’s just as frustrating as the pain itself is that it may have a variety of causes not well-investigated by your physician. In fact, there may be very little medical reason why you are walking around stiff and sore.

Walk the Walk and stay in shape!

Walk the Walk and stay in shape!

This simple form of exercise can be practiced anywhere- even at work. Sitting at your desk for long periods of time can place pressure on your lower back. Instead of eating at your desk during lunch, get out and use some of that break time for a brisk walk while inhaling some fresh air.