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Breathing Right Down To Our Bones

Matt Caron

“We tend not to think of our bones as a living organ — but they are very much alive. In addition to providing structure for our body, they protect all our important organs and help us nourish our entire body with the creation of red and white blood cells. Very much alive, turning over their cells and composition on a regular basis, our bones are literally changing every day.”

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