Slash Fracture Risk 49%
If you’re over 50, you should know THIS about your bones: If you’re not taking steps to make them stronger, they’re likely getting weaker by the day.
That’s because once you pass 50, your bones break down faster than they form. This imbalance can lead to a loss of bone density, the development of osteoporosis, and, ultimately, an increased risk of fractures.
There are numerous ways to build bone density—exercise and boosting your calcium are two of the best known.
But there’s ANOTHER critical vitamin you should know about that’s shown to SLASH fractures by 49 percent!
Popeye the Sailorman is synonymous with spinach… and strong muscles. But it turns out spinach can also power up another part of your body: your bones.
Researchers looked at over 1,400 women and found that those who ate 100 micrograms (mcg) of spinach per day were 31 percent less likely to suffer a fracture than those who ate about 60 mcg.
You’d need to eat about one to two servings of the greens daily to reach that goal.
Looking at hip fractures specifically, those who ate more spinach cut their risk of being hospitalized with a fracture by nearly half.
That’s a BIG deal since hip fractures, in particular, are associated with a higher risk of disability and death.
What’s so special about spinach? It’s loaded with the bone-building nutrient vitamin K1.
Spinach is an extremely versatile vegetable. You can add it to your smoothies, put it in your omelets, sauté it with butter and garlic, or use it as a base for a salad.
But if spinach isn’t your thing, don’t worry. You can also get K1 from Brussels sprouts, cabbage, and broccoli.
Who knew protecting your bones could be so easy?
P.S. If you want additional bone protection new research suggests the solution can be found in a most unlikely place. Click here for the surprisingly delicious scoop.
“Dietary Vitamin K1 intake is associated with lower long-term fracture-related hospitalization risk: the Perth longitudinal study of ageing women.” Food & Function, 2022; 13 (20): 10642 DOI: 10.1039/D2FO02494B
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
For years he’s been the trusted doctor for celebrities, world-class athletes, and countless seniors looking to reclaim their health.
And now…for the first time ever… he’s making his medical breakthroughs available to readers all across America.
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D. is one of the most pioneering and innovative minds in medicine today – and he delivers cutting-edge cures each month through his Natural Health Response newsletter.
Natural Health Response readers get full access to Dr. Gerhauser’s protocols for chronic pain… heart disease… diabetes… Alzheimer’s… and even cancer. These are the very same treatments Dr. Gerhauser recommends to his own patients at his practice in Tucson, Arizona.
In addition to being a board-certified medical doctor, Dr. Gerhauser has earned two master’s degrees and has served as a clinical professor at the University of Arizona.
And as a physician at the world-famous Canyon Ranch, Dr. Gerhauser treated celebrities from around the world who paid dearly for the type of next-generation health information he provides Natural Health Response readers each month.
View More Free Articles
The "Healthy" Food DESTROYING Your Heart
Today, I have an important PSA for my readers. It’s a WARNING about a compound that could send your risk of having a major cardiovascular event—or dying from it—skyrocketing. The worst part? It’s a so-called health food you could be consuming to REDUCE your risk of… can you guess it?… heart disease! You know that...
Battling Arthritis? Make This Move NOW for a Better Future
Pain has a way of keeping you in the present. It’s easy to become hyperfocused on what’s wrong—which, ironically, can WORSEN the pain. If you’re dealing with arthritis pain, I encourage you to take steps that could help improve your FUTURE—not just your present. That means not just focusing on immediate pain relief… but on...
The Hidden Cause of PLUMMETING Energy Levels
The older you get, the more likely you are to experience depression—and the lack of energy that goes along with it. Many factors can increase this risk. Things like your gut health, hormone levels, or your social situation, to name a few. But there’s another underlying factor that no one – for some reason –...
11-Minute Solution PREVENTS 1 in 10 Early Deaths
You already know that exercise reduces your risk of cardiovascular disease and early death. According to the current guidelines, you’ll need 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise per week to get those benefits. That breaks down to 21.4 minutes of daily exercise. I don’t know many people who get that much exercise every day. But the...
Don't Touch Another Strawberry Until You Read THIS!
If you’ve ever had a freshly picked, vine-ripened strawberry, you KNOW there’s nothing quite so juicy with a delicious burst of flavor. And you ALSO know that the imposter strawberries sold in grocery stores are bland and tasteless in comparison. They barely deserve to be called strawberries. But a recent study showed that these strawberries...
"Diaphragm Dumbbell" Dials Down Blood Pressure
They call high blood pressure “the silent killer” for a reason. It can quietly do damage for YEARS before your first symptoms appear. And once they do, the clock is ticking to get your numbers under control. Because if you don’t, your risk of a heart attack or stroke goes through the roof. You see,...
The Nutrient Secret to Better Sleep
Don’t make the mistake of thinking poor sleep… or not getting ENOUGH of it … is no big deal. Bad quality sleep doesn’t just leave you feeling groggy and gross the next day. Over time, it can play a big part in just about any MAJOR health issue you can think of. That includes heart...
Are You Getting Enough Vitamin H?
Some vitamins are household names by now. If I mention nutrients like vitamin D, C, or B12, not only have you likely heard of them, but you probably also know a little about why they’re good for you. You might already have them in your “medicine” cabinet. However, I’m guessing you’ve never heard of vitamin...
“Bearded Tooth” Fungus Regrows Brain Cells?!
There’s a rare mushroom that goes by MANY names… But we should add the nickname “Smart Mushroom” to the list because of its ability to support cognitive health and brain function. Previous studies have shown this fungus can help improve cognitive function, protect against memory loss, and reduce symptoms of depression. In a recent study,...
Tackle BOTH Sleep and Mood Problems
I love using unconventional methods to treat common problems. And by unconventional, I mean anything other than what the mainstream would tell you to do. Take mood and sleep problems, for example. Too many people get a prescription and are sent on their merry way. I call that “getting written off.” Instead, I’ve found a...