Now, I don’t expect men to start publicly declaring their love for their imperfections and we know we can’t change the media overnight, but as individuals we can each do our part to ensure we aren’t compounding the problem. For instance, we girls could think twice before we post pictures of, say, Rich Froning , and then go on and on about how hot he is, in public, with no regard for our husbands, boyfriends, or male companions. Why is that okay for us to do but not men? And how does it make the everyday guy feel, who works his ass off at the gym but doesn't look like an Adonis? Does he hate himself because he doesn't measure up?
When we analyzed our calcium intake and recognized the detrimental effects when we did not properly have the components like magnesium, Vitamin D3, Boron in particular, we experienced ‘bone loss’, agitation, muscle cramping, etc. When we flipped the ‘traditional medicine’s’ 2:1 Calcium to magnesium ratio upside down or at least to a 1:1 ratio, our health greatly improved, including improved bone density. My wife was at one time diagnosed with osteopenia and now she has reversed that diagnosis and she’s 58; so the claim you’ll only get worse as you get older is a flat out lie. One needs to take charge of their health.