BoneScience Blog — Nutrition
Having good posture is essential for looking and feeling good, for maximizing your physical performance, and for preventing joint-related injuries. Posture is the position your body assumes while standing, sitting, and lying down. Having good posture results in putting the least amount of strain on muscles, tendons, and ligaments, especially when you’re involved in physical load-bearing activities. Good posture also contributes to optimal blood flow, muscle flexibility, optimal joint motion, and positive self-esteem. Ideal posture correlates with a spine that displays the three natural curves, when viewed from the side, and which is completely vertical when viewed from the front...
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