Don't suffer needlessly...start a bone & joint regimen.

Bones are actual living tissue consistently remodeling its structure to build a flexible and strong frame. The three main components of bones are:

  • Collagen, a protein that gives bones a flexible framework

  • Calcium-phosphate mineral complexes that make bones hard and strong

  • Living bone cells that remove and replace weakened sections of bone

As children our bones are continuously growing and strengthening. Our bones stop developing between the ages of 18 and 25. Maintenance mode takes over and our bones continue to restructure themselves by fortifying areas that it detects are weak. Be aware…if bone health is neglected, age will be a cruel and painful factor in terms of “quality of life".




Back Pain is a symptom to various possible medical conditions such as; degenerative disk disease, spams, muscle tension, ruptured/ herniated discs, fractured vertebrae, and sprained ligaments. These conditions can be results from other conditions like arthritis, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, scoliosis, etc.


Arthritis is a disease that attacks the immune system turning the body against itself. It will mainly attack the tissue found at the joints. The symptoms associated with this disease are extreme pain, inflammation and movement limitation. Arthritis is a progressive disease that if untreated it can damage vital organs, like the heart, lungs and kidneys. The best way to treat this disease is through proper nutrition, supplementation and implementing a low impact exercise regimen to your lifestyle.


Osteoporosis is a progressive disease. Approximately 80% of women have Osteoporosis. One in three women and one in twelve men over the age of 50 worldwide are estimated to have osteoporosis. Why is this? After the age of 18 and 25 people may start to lose more bone than they form. In midlife the speed of bone loss tends to speed up in both men and women. Osteoporosis occurs when you lose too much bone; make too little bone, or both.


There are many different types of conditions related to bone and joint health.

Early detection and awareness is important in preventing and/or relieving such conditions.

Here is some information on how to keep your bones strong and healthy

so that you can be active at any age.

Vitamin D and Calcium play an important role in maintaining healthy bones. Bones need calcium to stay strong and Vitamin D helps your bones absorb calcium. To maintain a healthy skeleton and supple joints always provide your body proper nutrition and the daily requirement of vitamins and minerals. ​Achieve this by simply implementing calcium rich foods to your diet, exposing your body to 15 minutes of sun 3 times a week, and proper supplementation. Calcium Rich Foods can be found in a variety of sources, like: