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Understanding Phosphorus and Tissue Building Dynamics

As we get older, our bodies change in many ways. One significant change is the loss of different tissue types, which can affect how we look, feel, and move. In this blog, we will explore the tissues most affected by aging and what causes this loss in healthy adults. We'll discuss muscle, bone, skin, connective, fat, and nerve tissues and explain how they change as we age. We will also share tips on how to slow down tissue loss and keep our bodies healthy. Finally, we'll highlight the critical role nutrients play in maintaining tissue health, focusing on phosphorus homeostasis, a crucial process that regulates phosphorus levels in the body within the normal range. 

How Silica Can Help With Collagen Production

The aging process presents a range of changes that can be unnerving for many of us. It comes with challenges that can reflect the passing of time; these signs often include hair thinning or loss, the appearance of wrinkles, thinner nails, and cellulite formation.

Mineral Rich Foods For Thanksgiving

It's thanksgiving all over again, but this time you want to make it nutrient dense!Sure it's great to indulge in some...
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