Chromium helps to keep insulin activity in the body efficient, an effect that may be bone-protective in a couple of ways: by promoting the production of collagen by our bone-building cells (called osteoblasts); and by moderating bone breakdown (resorption). Chromium levels in the blood can also be diminished by a number of stressors: high sugar intake, intense exercise, pregnancy, breastfeeding, infection, and physical injury.
Prev post1 of 3Next Mastitis is an infection of the breast tissue that most commonly affects women who are breastfeeding. It often occurs within the first three months after delivery, but can happen any time during the breastfeeding period. Generally, lactation mastitis affects only one breast, not both. It results from a blocked milk duct,