Joint & Bone Health

Bone bruise - Dr. Axe

How to Heal a Bone Bruise Naturally

A bruise is a bruise is a bruise … unless it’s a bone bruise. Typically, a bruise occurs when blood vessels are damaged below the surface of the skin and collect toward the surface as a visible black and blue mark. (1) A bone bruise happens when some of the fibrous tissues inside the bone, called trabeculae, are damaged. In … Read More

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Bone healing - Dr. Axe

The Foods, Supplements & Oils to Increase Bone Healing

[Below is my transcript of my video about bone healing, along with supplemental information on the topic.] If you want to heal broken bones naturally, you want to follow a very specific diet, supplement regimen, lifestyle regimen, as well as use certain essential oils and natural treatments to help your body heal much faster. I’ve seen broken bones heal two to … Read More

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Osteoporosis Diet and 5 Natural Treatments

Osteoporosis is when small holes or weakened areas are formed in the bone that can lead to fractures, pain, and a Dowager’s hump. It is generally seen in older women over the age of 50. The disease often develops unnoticed over many years, with no symptoms or discomfort until a fracture occurs and 44 million american’s currently have osteoporosis. The … Read More

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Joint Pain - Dr. Axe

4 Ways to Naturally Reduce Joint Pain

Do you struggle with arthritis, fibromyalgia or other joint pain? Or are you a runner/triathlete that often feels joint pain during long runs? If so, then you need to know the 4 ways to naturally reduce the inflammation causing the pain. Naturally Reduce Joint Pain 1. Proteolytic Enzymes naturally reduce inflammation. In a recent study, athletes suffering ACL injuries were … Read More

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Do You Have Healthy Skin? If not, You May Be Developing Bone Disease - Dr.Axe

Do You Have Healthy Skin? If Not, You May Be Developing Bone Disease

According to a study at Yale School of Medicine led by Dr. Lubna Pal, a professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine, wrinkles on the face were indicators of bone health. “At every skeletal site we looked at, wrinkling was translated to lower bone density.” Skin Health and Bone Disease Do you ever look at your face and … Read More

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