Without your bones, you’re just a blob. Tracey is a great teacher as well as her own “study of one” when it comes to plant-based diets and what they can do to improve your health.
Bone health is not just about calcium…

Tracey Eakin

May is National Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month.  Find out the most effective ways to prevent and potentially resolve this debilitating condition.

Many people may be surprised to learn that osteoporosis is not a condition of inadequate calcium intake but instead is a condition of overly rapid calcium loss.  What on earth could cause your body to lose calcium???  The answer is simple…breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

As I mentioned in an earlier blog, the body works tirelessly to maintain a slightly alkaline pH in our blood and body tissues.  It is critical in order for the millions of chemical reactions within us to take place.

Meat and dairy products are very high in the sulfur-containing among acid, methionine.  The digestion of this amino acid creates a very acidic environment, one which the body must work to correct.  How is this acid neutralized?  By tapping into the primary buffering system of…

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10 replies

  1. Thanks for providing the nutritional info…not that that has ever stopped me before 😉

  2. Love this blog…Tracey must know our friend Dr. Campbell..she took his plant-based program at Cornell 🙂

  3. Thanks for this reblogging. I went over to tracey’s blog and had a full read of this and the heart disease one. She is compelling but I wish she gave references to support her text. Like you do, m’dear.

  4. It’s easy to forget the eat right. Thanks for this…

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