Friday, December 16, 2016

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The tiny fossilized phytoplanton skeletons in Diatomaceous Earth are known as diatoms and are silica-rich particles. Silica is important in bone metabolism and the formation of our joints. It is also thought to be significant in the health and formation of connective tissues.

A study from 2007 in the Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging points to the good possibility that consuming a teaspoon (progressing up to a maximum of 1 tablespoon over time) of Diatomaceous Earth (DE) will help the body override the massive loss of bone density that is known as Osteoporosis, a so-called "Silent Killer" of our contemporary aging population.

 For more information about what you can do to avoid and overcome osteoporosis, check out the following sites:
www.PCRM.org
www.StrongBones.org
www.drmcdougall.com

Exercise is also a very important facet of maintaining good bone and joint health.  Keep moving!




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