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Have a beer - it is good for your bones

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Hey Guys, Drink a Beer to Bone Health

Memo to all the guys out there (and the women who love you): Quit walking to the kitchen every time those bone-health commercials come on. (Sally Fields, we love you. Really, we do.) All the talk about osteoporosis is not for women only.
Twelve million men have bones that are getting thinner and more brittle each day. We've got some irresistible ways to keep yours safe, strong, and young.
How about a beer? Ah, now you're paying attention! The bone-saving secret in brewskis is silicon, a chemical that stimulates collagen production. What's collagen? A protein that makes your bones denser and your joints more flexible. Brews with the most hops and malted barley are the richest in silicon. Not big on beer? Bananas and brown rice also are silicon-packed.

Buff up those biceps. Weight-bearing exercises like push-ups, hiking, and carrying your sweetie's groceries toughen bones as well as muscles.

It must go without saying that giving a spanking has to be a good form of exercise also.

Munch zinc-rich dark chocolate, peanuts, or walnuts, and take your vitamins. Men with osteoporosis are often low in zinc, which is used in the bone-building process. If you don't eat these zinc-rich foods, consider a 15 milligram zinc supplement. Add a bone-strengthening combo supplement with 600 milligrams of calcium, 1,000 international units of vitamin D3, and 200 to 300 milligrams of magnesium. We take one daily.

However, more than one a day may have you being spanked...  specially if you are going for your second beer whle the wife is still in the kitchen making supper
but even if you only had one beer, your partner needs to exercise her arms regularly, and you will benefit from her caring attention, as she happily spanks you
 Just look at those arms bulging.