How Blueberries Support Back Health

The King of Superfruits: Blueberries

There is new evidence that damage to muscles following overly taxing exercise can be reduced through consumption of blueberries according to The George Mateljan Foundation.

In the tiny little round structure of the berry harbors 7 essential elements that support your back health.

-iron and zinc help with the elasticity of the bones

-phosphorous and manganese are minerals that help repair tissues and cells

-calcium contributes to bone strength

-magnesium is important for bone formation

-vitamin K lowers the risk of bone fractures

When we consume a blueberry or two, we will soak up all the above natural minerals and vitamins that are essential for our bone health.

Positive Nutrition = Positive Life

We have witnessed time after time when patients change their diets and pursue positive nutrition, their life becomes much more positive because they start to feel better. Nutrition aides in the recovery of the body’s pain. Positive nutrition  such as drinking lots of water, eating an adequate amount of fruits, vegetables and lean protein relieves the stress we put in our bodies. Through proper nutrition, exercise and chiropractic care, the stress that hides in our joints, bones, muscles and ligaments will eventually drain out.

Do you Bleed Blue?

Don't let the blue blood frighten you! Blueberries have been known to help protect the blood vessel structures and blood fats through its antioxidant component. We can rest assured knowing that when we consume 3 cups of blueberries per day we are protecting our cells from oxygen damage that eventually leads to the clogging of blood vessels.

The cells in our body require a good amount of oxygen and often times our cells are starving for oxygen.  Our unhealthy habits from the food we consume and the activities we are involved in contribute to nerve cell damage by blocking off the oxygen to the cells.  Adding blueberries into our daily diet will give our cells the proper amount of oxygen, overall improving our bone health. 

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