Now available: Bone Support Protocol from John Neustadt, ND
Our bones work hard for us every day, providing skeletal structure, anchoring our muscles and protecting our organs. They’re also remarkably regenerative, continuing to break down old and generate new bone throughout our lives.
As we age however, the rate at which new bone replaces old bone slows down (peak mass occurs around ages 30-35). Factors that affect bone health include diet, physical activity levels and even long-term use of medications with side effects that compromise bone health.
The good news is, there are things patients on both sides of peak bone mass occurrence can do to support bone health (and calcium is only part of the equation).
Bone health expert John Neustadt, ND, who writes and lectures frequently on bone support, natural interventions for osteoporosis and how to reduce the risk of fracture, is making his protocol for bone support available to the Wellevate community. Log in or create a new account to see his recommendations.