How to Build Strong bones: Dr. Sebi calcium

Calcium, Magnesium, and Bone Health

I will never forget this 82 year old man. I met him at a health summit and he made an impact when I saw him fallen to his knees. His emphasis was that he dear anyone above 70 to do what he did (fallen on knee caps). He's statement was “if you fall on your Knees at 82, you will not get back up; your knees will stay on the floor."

He mentioned his secrete was sea moss. Sea moss builds strong bones, but it has to be the dry sea moss. There is a hybrid sea moss on the market which is wet, you don't do not want that one. Sea moss has ion dine, magnesium, ion, and calcium. You should be drinking sea moss or Irish moss (something) in the morning- it is natural from the sea.

 

Men and women of all ages and ethnicities can develop osteoporosis; some of the risk factors for osteoporosis include those who are

Post-menopausal women

Older adults

Small in body size

Poor dieting

Physically inactive

Calcium and magnesium are natural minerals needed by the body for building healthy bones, teeth, and proper function of the heart, muscles, and nerves. The body cannot produce these minerals, so, they must be absorbed through alkaline food. Organic sources of natural magnesium and calcium include

 

Dark green leafy vegetables, such as amaranth, turnip greens, kale, okra, cabbage, dandelion greens, mustard greens, sea moss(dry sea moss),and broccoli.

Nuts—almonds, Brazil nuts, hazel nuts, and hemp seeds

Regular physical activity has many positive health benefits including strong bones. Tolerable calcium and magnesium consumption and physical activity early in life is important in reaching bone mass. Physical activities cause muscles and bones to strengthen. Some examples of physical activities include

Walking, Jogging, or running

Tennis

Climbing

Jumping rope

Basketball

Hiking

Soccer

Gymnastics

 

What are some of your own tips and practices that you do to build strong bones? Share your tips in the comment below