Supporting our future selves through diet.

Supporting our future selves through diet.

To support skeletal and muscular health our bodies need green leafy vegetables like kale and broccoli, as well as full cream dairy and nuts such as almonds or brazil nuts. If for some reason you are lacking in a nutrient rich diet, supplementation is a good option.

Vitamin D for bone health.

After months of hibernation and with warmer weather approaching, Kara knows the importance of topping up those Vitamin D stores. Vitamin D assists with calcium absorption for optimal bone health and strength and minimises the risk of developing osteoporosis later in life. Healthy Care Vitamin D3 is a convenient daily dose of Vitamin D3 when exposure to sunlight is insufficient. 

Investing now for healthy bones later.

Hard to believe, but peak bone mass is achieved by the time we are around 30, so building healthy bones early on is extremely important to reduce the risk of breakage later in life.

Healthy bones are the result of a diet rich in calcium, Vitamin C, D and K as well as proteins. Magnesium and zinc also play a significant role in building and maintaining skeletal health as do regular strength training and maintaining a healthy weight.

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