Hands up if you’re worried about your bone health.

Sure, we get it—it’s easy to forget about keeping your bones strong.

The fact is, women have a higher risk of developing bone density loss and bone diseases like osteoporosis, especially post-menopause.

So, you’re never too young to start caring for your bone health.

Here are some tips for building bone strength.

  • Start saying yes to that extra portion of greens. Vegetable, fruits, and nuts are packed full of minerals like magnesium and potassium, which help your body absorb calcium. 
  • Give caffeine and alcohol a wide birth, as they reduce calcium absorption.
  • Hit the gym and pump some iron. Even a small amount of resistance training can help reduce bone loss.

To support your health during the transition years, add our Kira Hormonal Balance supplement to your diet. It contains energy-boosting and hormone balancing B vitamins, vitamin C and folic acid.

Great for helping you feel your best you.