Menopause and Bone Strength, Plant-Sourced Whole-food Calcium, Not Limestone!

Posted on Aug 30, 2017 in ProTalk | 0 comments

Q:      I’ve just entered into menopause, what should I consider to maintain healthy bone strength and density? A:      Women must take steps to maintain bone health due to various circumstances including menopause which causes a marked decrease in bone growth. Frighteningly, often times in the case of a fall and broken hip, the bone is so weak that it actually breaks first, causing the fall. These injuries are debilitating and difficult to recover from, especially for the elderly. Calcium is a major part of the solution, but on its own, it can be ineffective, and in the wrong form, even dangerous. I like a product from New Chapter called Bone Strength Take Care because it provides safe and natural plant-based calcium along with synergistic vitamins and minerals. Bone Strength’s calcium is derived from algae, an aquatic plant, rather than the limestone or chalk that make up most calcium supplements. University studies on the ingredients in Bone Strength show meaningful bone density support with continued use.  Our customers love this product and enthusiastically endorse it. Robert Rea, Nutritional...

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John Rigdon

John Rigdon

Posted on Apr 3, 2015 in ProTalk | 0 comments

My name is John Rigdon and my first day at Nature’s Outlet was nearly six years ago. It was intimidating and somewhat terrifying. All of those vitamins, all of those herbs, what were they and what did they do? I didn’t want to make a fool out of myself.

I didn’t want to make a bad recommendation to a customer and cause them any harm! I look back on that time as I’m writing this and it seems so long ago. I am now the staff educator for our four store chain. I work closely with doctors, nutritionists, and educators within the health food industry and pass what I learn onto my coworkers and customers. I somehow managed to learn what all (OK perhaps just most) those supplements and herbs were and what they did.

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