My mom has osteoporosis, and I have been digging in with her over the last year to figure out what we can do to support her body and rebuild her bones.
It seems like every woman I know over 65 has osteoporosis. There is so much misinformation out there in conventional medicine land on what to do to manage this disease… things like:
🦴 Take calcium, Vit. D and Fosamax
🦴 Go for a walk
🦴 Do weight-bearing exercises
🦴 Have bone density scans every year
None of these things are going to effectively rebuild your bones. But this is the “advice” you get from most doctors.
It has been really empowering to learn the strategies that WORK to move the needle for those diagnosed with this dis-ease!
Today, we peel the layers on osteoporosis and osteopenia with my friend Kevin Ellis, the Bone Coach.
He shares his battle to fight what doctors predicted when they diagnosed him with osteoporosis at the age of 30.
He went on a warpath to turn the tide and rebuild his bones, successfully reversing his osteoporosis!
You’re going to learn so much in this interview with Kevin!
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