Lactose free cheese is a thing

Lactose-Free Cheese? You Bet it’s a Thing

Shelly Kramer Calcium and Bone Health Leave a Comment

If you’re lactose intolerant but you love cheese, you’re not alone. In fact, about 75 percent of the world is considered lactose intolerant, yet a good number of those people seem to like cheese. Of course, if your symptoms are pretty severe after you eat any type of cheese that has lactose, you probably avoid it. But you don’t have …

7 Myths About Menopause

Danielle Omar, MS, RD Calcium and Bone Health, Lifestyle Leave a Comment

Menopause can be intimidating. Your body changes in many (kinda scary, mostly unwanted) ways, and it’s certainly no walk in the park. The truth is hard enough, but the myths circulating around menopause are enough to cause sky-high anxiety, so let’s get to the truth about what actually happens during menopause. Here are 7 common myths about menopause, and the …

5 More Ways to Increase Your Energy Levels

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A 2015 Gallup poll revealed that nearly two-thirds of Americans drink roughly three cups of coffee per day. Coffee is likely to continue to be our energy potion of choice, but a shift beyond a short-term energy boost is underway. Now, women are seeking holistic solutions to staying energized – and the answer isn’t necessarily at the bottom of a …

National Osteoporosis Month: Resources for health and prevention

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May might be nearly over, however National Osteoporosis Month highlights a national health issue that affects more than 50 million Americans. Osteoporosis is a bone disease that occurs when the body does not make enough bone, or when the body loses too much of it. These issues can also happen simultaneously. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, “The disease causes an …

6 Signs You Might be Deficient in Vitamin D

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Getting enough vitamin D can be tricky. People with excess body weight, darker skin tones, and people who spend too much time indoors are all more likely to have lower levels of vitamin D. In addition to helping your body absorb calcium, optimal levels of vitamin D may help prevent depression and plays an important role in proper immune system …

When Fitness Becomes Unhealthy

Erin Bahadur Calcium and Bone Health Leave a Comment

I can clearly remember the point when I knew that my love of fitness had gone from productive to unhealthy. That’s not true — I can clearly remember both the first AND the second time. The first time was almost 10 years ago when I was living by myself in grad school. Unable to sleep, I woke up, put on …

How to Keep Active When You Have a Desk Job

Erin Bahadur Calcium and Bone Health Leave a Comment

  According to the American Heart Association (AHA), sedentary jobs have increased by 83% since 1950. Due to technological advances at home and in the workplace as well as improved transportation, today’s workforce is significantly less active than they were in the past. The AHA also recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate activity five days a week, which can …

How to Stay On Track with Your Goals Beyond the New Year

Erin Bahadur Calcium and Bone Health Leave a Comment

One common theme in the new year is the resolution to get healthy. Another common theme is that those healthier lifestyles tend to revert back to the way they were within the first couple weeks to a month of the new year. Goal setting may seem hard, but it’s really a lot easier than you think. With the right structure …

5 Simple Holiday Travel Workout Tips

Erin Bahadur Calcium and Bone Health 2 Comments

The holidays can be a stressful time. Packing, traveling, and spending time with family and friends, while often enjoyable, can also seem overwhelming. Trying to maintain a workout schedule in the midst of all of this can also add extra stress and may cause you to abandon it entirely. The good news is working out while traveling doesn’t have to …

8 Healthy Pumpkin Dessert Makeovers for Fall

Rachael Calcium and Bone Health Leave a Comment

With fall here, there’s nothing like a sweet pumpkin dessert to get you in the fall spirit! I personally love to find dessert recipes that lighten up a recipe without compromising taste. Here are 8 healthy pumpkin desserts you must-try this fall (and all of which are perfect to add Cal-EZ to for an added calcium and vitamin D boost!).

Burn Fat & Build Bone Strength: 5 Must-Try High Intensity Workout Moves

Erin Bahadur Calcium and Bone Health 1 Comment

  Exercise is Bigger than Weight Loss Many people exercise to lose weight or get in shape, at least initially. While improving your physical appearance is a common motivator, exercise can improve many aspects of your health. From more well-known outcomes such as strengthening muscles to improving heart health, and lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, to mental and emotional improvements …

15 Easy Salads with 5 Ingredients or Less

Rachael Calcium and Bone Health Leave a Comment

As a first time mom of a 1-year-old with a full time business, what I’m going to eat for lunch is the least of my worries. But of course, if there’s one thing I’ve learned as a new mom, it’s that planning ahead is everything. If I don’t have something quick and healthy at my fingertips, I’ll likely end up eating …