I recently read an article that talked about a man that lived until 114. The thing that stood out to me was he didn’t claim to have “good genes” at all. The doctors in the article explained he had “good bones!” Truth is our bone’s new cells play vital part in metabolism and immunity. So remember good bones need to stay active in combination with a diet containing fresh fruit and vegetables to help with bone nutrients and health.
Sharea Farmer, LCSW
Sharea is a licensed clinical social worker with years of success in helping clients recover from anxiety, depression and low self-esteem. She is also a highly skilled Small and Non-Profit Business consultant. Through her skill building small businesses, she has a 100% success rate in helping individual’s realize their dream of starting or expanding their business. View all posts by Sharea Farmer, LCSW