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8 Bone-Building Nutrients: It's possible to eat your way to stronger bones! Be your own bodyguard against osteoporosis by protecting yourself with these bone-building nutrients.

Kiwifruit for Your Bones Eating kiwifruit will not only help maintain clear skin, it will also promote healthy bones. Lisa Drayer, MA, RD, author of The Beauty Diet, says one cup peeled kiwifruit contains more vitamin C than the equivalent amount of oranges. Plus, it neutralizes free radicals that could lead to things like cancer and heart disease.

Bone Up This National Nutrition Month with Tips from Nutritionist Heather Bauer - Tips for people who are trying to change their eating routines to drop the pounds in celebration of National Nutrition Month this March.

Strong bones take more than the occasional glass of milk. Here are seven foods that are surprisingly good for your skeleton…

Cucumber - Anti-Ageing Food. Cucumber is often applied topically to areas of the skin to improve moisture levels and fade wrinkles, particularly around the eye area. But make sure you eat those slices afterwards, because they're rich in collagen-boosting vitamins A and C, as well as vitamin K, which is essential for bone strength and proper brain function. Cucumbers also contain lutein and zea-xanthin - natural compounds that seek out and destroy harmful toxins in the body.

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Healthy Foods alone will slow the aging process, but coupled with targeted nutrition, they can also slow or reverse the onset of cancer. I've slowed the growth of cancer after radiation for prostate cancer, for almost a decate by eating the seeds found in Apricot pits; filled with Laetril after boning up on Dr. Max Gerson related materials. I recommend that one eat at least 18 apricot seeds, every day! #GardenDude