Feeling Like a Dried Prune

bone loss Remember when some marketing genius branded prunes as dried plums?

They didn’t fool me. I knew what they were trying to do and it didn’t change my visual comparison of prunes and wrinkled old people.

Guess I should have given dried plums a chance, it seems that plums/prunes are one the most bone friendly fruits.

Since a woman can lose 20 percent of her bone mass in the 7 years after menopause, that’s good news.

All you have to do is eat 10 prunes daily to slow down bone loss.

Going to create a new mental image of my bones growing stronger, so I don’t gag.

Check it out …

The Fruit That Builds Better Bones | Reader’s Digest


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