• Joan Rothchild Hardin

For Bone Health

Humans in the US today can expect to live well into our 70’s or 80’s so maintaining healthy bones that support us throughout our life span is essential if we’re going to stay active and keep our independence.

Although they seem rock-like, our bones are alive. They contain blood vessels, nerves, and cells – and serve many functions:

  • Enable support and mobility for the body

  • Store important trace minerals needed for bodily functions

  • Produce red and white blood cells