I’m part of your body
Sometimes I’m large, sometimes I’m little
I’m white and can be broken
And in some people I’m brittle
What am I? Your bones!
Our body’s collection of bones moves us, and protects us- especially our brain, heart and lungs. It manufactures blood cells that help fight off infection. As living tissue, it continually replenishes itself, and knits itself back together when broken!
Broken bones can be a painful and difficult experience, but there are ways to support healing and improve bone health. In this webinar, we explore some natural supplements that can help with bone recovery.
Calcium is essential for bone health and repair. Calcifood wafers or powder can provide a good source of calcium, as well as other important minerals such as magnesium and potassium. The suggested use is either six wafers or one tablespoon of powder daily for three months.
Parathyroid support is also crucial for bone recovery. Cal-Ma Plus® is a supplement that contains calcium lactate and supports parathyroid function. The suggested amount is six daily for three months.
Protein is important for the production of collagen, which is a major component of bone matrix. Veg-E Complete Pro™ is a protein powder that provides 96 grams of protein in three servings, which is recommended for broken bones.
Gotu Kola Complex is a combination of goto cola, grape seed, and ginkgo. It improves healing rates post-surgery, improves microcirculation, and improves wound healing. The suggested use is three to six daily for three months.
Nettle Leaf is a source of living silica and boron, which are important for bone density and flexibility. It reinforces the structure of hair and skin, binds water for hydration, and helps with vitamin D deficiency. One heaping tablespoon of nettle leaf per day is recommended.
Using these natural supplements can support bone recovery and improve bone health. It’s important to note that these supplements should not replace medical attention and advice from a healthcare professional.