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Diet for Bone Dislocation

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Our bones can weaken as we age. The amount of calcium in our system can go down as we age hence brittleness is prone to happen. Dislocated bones, fractures, and the like are sure to happen when your bone is weak and you got yourself into an accident which can take months for them to fully heal. This can be quite frustrating since you won’t be as mobile as you were before. But how will you be able to correct this issue?

Aside from resting up as the doctor ordered, it can also help if you consider your diet. You see, there are certain types of food that are actually efficient in promoting better bone health which can be incorporated into your diet to support bone growth and development. This is actually useful especially when you are suffering from bone injury. Here are a few suggestions to try.



Dislocated bones can happen when there is not enough lubricants connecting the joints together. Truth be told, most of us are actually dehydrated since we barely drink sufficient amounts of water throughout the day. We can blame our busy schedule, rush jobs, and the like as to why we barely drink water. Unfortunately, this can lead to dry and brittle joints that are prone to dislocation because there is not enough lubricant to keep them functioning properly. Make it a point to drink up to 8 glasses of water per day to help prevent or at least alleviate the problem with your dislocated bone.


You will need protein in your diet if you want to protect yourself agaist possible bone problems such as dislocation, fractures, and breaks. You see, protein not only fills your belly up but it can also help with muscle repair that protects the bones underneath. If you find yourself hungry, go for protein rich snacks instead.

Another thing that you need to consider in your diet when it comes to bone dislocation is to actually consume more calcium-rich foods. Calcium is necessary in our body to protect it against bone weakening as this can lead to dislocation or fracture. Dairy is a good source of calcium as well as other vegetables or plant-based foods. If you are not getting enough calcium from the food that you are eating, it would help if you take calcium supplements as recommended by your doctor.

Complex carbohydrate

If you are going to add carbohydrate to your diet, make sure that you go for the complex carbs as these are much better compared to simple carbohydrates. Not only is this type of carb have dietary fiber, they can also help speed up the mending process of your dislocated bone. Whole grains, vegetables, as well as fruits belong in this category.

Citrus fruits

Eating fruits that belong in the citrus category can also be good for your dislocated bone. You see, when your bone becomes dislocated, the surrounding muscles and tissues can be inflamed. This can weaken your immune system since it is doing its best to correct the problem. Now with the help of citrus fruits and the vitamin C contained in them, not only will your immune system be strengthened, but your bones will heal faster too.

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Reasons Why You Should Start Your Day With Ginger

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Ginger is often used to add extra flavour to your tea. Ayurveda advises using ginger for various medicinal purposes. It has a strong taste and aroma which makes it can an appropriate element for your cup of tea. But you can add a change to your morning by adding ginger to it. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and something like ginger which is loaded with health benefits can make your breakfast healthier. Adding it your tea is the easiest way to consume ginger but you can also try other methods to consume ginger as well. Here are 5 reasons why you should add ginger to your morning routine.

Health benefits of ginger

  1. Aids in weight loss

Ginger can help you control your appetite. If you consume ginger every morning you will experience reduced urge to eat. The best way to consume ginger for weight loss is ginger water. To male ginger water, you need to boil cups of water first. Then add at least two slices of ginger to it. Boil it for some time and later strain the mixture. You can drink it both hot and cold according to your preference. Consumption of ginger water every morning will regulate blood sugar levels as well.

  1. Better hair and skin health

Regular consumption of ginger water every morning can help you achieve flawless hair and skin. Ditch all the chemical loaded products for skin and hair and switch to ginger. The antioxidants and the vitamins present in ginger are beneficial for both hair and skin. It will also ensure better protection against skin infections and diseases.

  1. Improves gut health

You can say goodbye to all your digestive disorders with ginger. Adding ginger to your breakfast will give you a strong digestive system. It will give you relief from indigestion, nausea and heartburn. You can prepare ginger water for better digestion as well. To enhance its taste and benefits simply add mint, lemon juice and one teaspoon honey to it.

  1. Reduces inflammation

Ginger is popularly known for its anti-inflammatory properties. Staring your day with ginger regularly will result in reduces inflammation for long term. Arthritis patients can add ginger to their breakfast without giving a second thought. You will also notice relief from other body pains and swelling.

  1. Better cholesterol levels

Ginger can manage your cholesterol levels as well. Increase in bad cholesterol can trigger the risk of various chronic diseases. It is extremely bad for your heart health. You can reduce your LDL (bad cholesterol) levels with ginger.

You can experiment various methods to use ginger in the morning. You can prepare ginger tea, ginger jam, ginger smoothie or can simply add it to your soup.

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Testosterone replacement therapy can rise stroke risk in men

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Aging men with low testosterone levels who take testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) are at a greater risk of experiencing an ischemic stroke or a cardiac arrest, especially during the first two years of use, warn researchers.

Published in The American Journal of Medicine, the findings confirm concerns voiced by many health agencies about the potential risks associated with the treatment.

“Our findings show that the use of TRT was associated with an increased risk of stroke, transient ischemic attack or cardiac arrest during the first two years of use,” said Christel Renoux of McGill University in Canada.


According to researchers, there is a limited evidence on the long-term clinical benefits of TRT to effectively treat the modestly declining levels of endogenous testosterone levels of aging but healthy men.

“We strongly recommend that clinicians proceed with caution when considering prescribing TRT and first discuss both the potential benefits and risks with patients,” Renoux said.

The study analysed a large database of electronic medical records of patients enrolled in primary care practices in the UK and formed a cohort of 15,401 men, aged 45 years or older, with low testosterone levels (hypogonadism).

Users of TRT had a 21% greater risk of cardiovascular events compared with non-users, corresponding to an additional 128 events.

The increased risk appears to be transient, declining after two years of TRT use, which the investigators attribute to a phenomenon called “depletion of susceptible.”

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High intensity interval training can improve health

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An international research team has now found that bringing the science of high intensity interval training (HIIT) into everyday life could be the key to helping unfit, overweight people get more of the exercise they need to improve their health.

According to experts, from washing the car to climbing stairs or carrying groceries, each of these activities is an opportunity for short sharp bursts of ‘High Intensity Incidental Physical Activity’, HIIPA for short.

Speaking about it, study author Emmanuel Stamatakis said, “Regular incidental activity that gets you huffing and puffing even for a few seconds has great promise for health.”


In a study, published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, Stamatakis and colleagues argue that when considering differences in physical capabilities by age, sex and weight, many daily tasks can be classified as ‘high intensity’ physical activity. That is, the kind of activity that gets you out of breath enough to boost your fitness.

According to them, including these kinds of activities into routines a few times a day will see significant health benefits for the majority of adults.

Professor Stamatakis added, “There is a lot of research telling us that any type of HIIT, irrespective of the duration and number of repetitions is one of the most effective ways to rapidly improve fitness and cardiovascular health and HIIPA works on the same idea.”

According to study authors the time commitment for HIIPA is close to zero minutes per day, and people could save even more time if their HIIPA involves brief walking sprints, or taking the stairs instead of waiting for the lift. Furthermore, other practical advantages are nil costs, no need for equipment and no concerns about a lack of skill or fitness.

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