The kitchen staple that PROTECTS AGAINST BONE LOSS

When it comes to keeping your bones strong during menopause, flaxseeds are one of your best allies. Rich in omega-3 and omega-6 essential fats, flax helps balance estrogen and reduces the risk of osteoporosis. In fact, Ohio State University scientists found that when your diet is rich in these healthy fats, you’re 40% less likely to ever break a bone. For extra flavor, I recommend toasting flaxseeds in a 250-degree Fahrenheit oven for 10 minutes, then grinding them up and sprinkling over salads and oatmeal.

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4 Comments

  1. Molly

    This is great news! I’ve been using them for years in my smoothies, ever since I did the Fat Flush Plan.

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  2. Ruth Ann

    I had no idea that flax seeds could help my bone strength. I’m in my 70’s and really need help with this.

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  3. Francis

    I’m going to tell my friend Mary about this. She just recently slipped in the shower and broke her hip.

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  4. Lucy Ann

    I have small bones so I need all the help I can get. This sounds like a wonderful addition to help keep them strong.

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