Nutrients For Healthy Bones!

Hey Guys!!

Are you looking for new foods to add to your diet to help maintain healthy bones?

Check out this article written by American Bone Health discussing important nutrients for Healthy Bones – they’ve got some great information here!

https://americanbonehealth.org/nutrition/nutrientsforbonehealth/

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Nutrients for Healthy Bones

 

Smorgasbord Health 2017 – Top to Toe – The Skeleton -The progresson of Osteoporosis over 50. — Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

As we get into our middle years and with a reduction in protective hormones a lifetime of inadequate nutrition and weight bearing exercise can lead to a weakened skeleton. As our bones become less dense we are at risk of fractures and loss of joint flexibility.This post was part of Women’s Health in 2016…but I […]

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Snack n’ Chat w/ Dietitian Joy Benjamin RDN, LD

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We would like to send a huge thank you to Joy Benjamin and everyone who joined us this afternoon for our 2nd Snack n’ Chat!

Joy shared a ton of helpful diet and nutritional tips with our members! Some of the main topic’s discussed today were..

  • How to Calculate Your Daily Caloric Intake
  • Daily Calcium Requirements
  • Calcium Rich Foods for Bone Health
  • H20 Requirements

Next months topic: Essential Oils!

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OsteoStrong: An Exploding Global Movement

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“OsteoStrongs’ patent-pending robotic technology is based upon the research of Dr. John Jaquish, PhD who’s journey in life sciences started when his mother told him that she was diagnosed with osteoporosis. He invented a device which purpose is to trigger the effects of high impact loading without the risk of injury! The result of a once-weekly treatment utilising this device is over 14% gains in bone density in both the spine and hip over a just 6 months!… etc”

Read more here: OsteoStrong: An Exploding Global Movement

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Reversing Osteoporosis with OsteoStrong

OsteoStrong Success Story – Katherine Reese – Age 57

Katherine was diagnosed with severe osteoporosis in her spine, her bone scan revealed she had a T-Score of -4. Concerned and worried about her condition Katherine met with her doctor to discuss her options. Her doctor recommended that she be put on prescription medication which would hopefully reverse her severe osteoporosis.  After a year of being on prescription medication Katherine returned to her doctor to recieve yet another bone scan, but still there was no improvement.

Then in 2011 Katherine signed up with Osteostrong. After just 12 months of being with OsteoStrong Katherine’s T-Score in her spine went from -4 to -2.4!!! In just one year Osteostrong helped Katherine improve her bone density and reverse her osteoporosis. Katherine’s spine is no longer in osteoporosis!  No drugs or no prescription medication necessary! Just one 15 minute session per week! How does that sound?

Don’t believe us – check it out below..

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Osteogenic Loading and T2Diabetes – Simplified

LOWER YOUR A1C IN 7 MINUTES ONCE A WEEK

Structural fatigue of a cell instead of fuel fatigue:

With conventional resistance exercise, individuals fatigue muscle cells based on the fuel available and the rate of use. As the fuel of the muscle is used (ATP, Glycogen, and Creatine Phosphate in that order), the nervous system sees a need to replace these fuels.  If the use was rapid, the body may respond to store more than there was before.  OL is different.  When an individual does an OL session, the fatigue is NOT fuel related. Rather, it fatigues the structure of the muscle cell. As the contraction continues, the nervous system sees the structure deficit, thereby stimulating a structural adaptation that begins to build new myofibrils. New structure in the muscle creates new insulin receptors and this lowers resting blood glucose levels and improves the condition of an individual with metabolic disease (preT2 or T2Db).

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