“Around three-quarters of people have digestion issues. And it’s the early part of the journey for me because if your digestion isn’t working, then how are you going to absorb the nutrients that are gonna feed your bones? It’s a huge source of inflammation. And so, in my integrative approach, I always do these three things…”
–Kim Millman, MD PhD
Dr. Kim Millman, MD PhD is a Stanford/UCSF/USC trained Integrated Medicine Physician and Research Scientist. She has been working for fifteen years in her thriving medical practice to help women with bone loss discover why their bones are thinning, reverse the root cause, and give them natural strategies to strengthen their bones.
She has spent the last ten years researching, developing, and implementing the most novel natural treatment regimens for bone loss and has become one of the top Natural Osteoporosis Doctors in the country. Through her work as a research scientist, she has developed personalized dosing strategies for Calcium, Vitamin D, and other minerals that have advanced personalized medicine for bone health.
It’s her mission to help women with bone loss understand that they CAN heal naturally and not let fear hold them back from living their best and most active lives. They can go from feeling fragile, frustrated, and frightened to empowered and confident so that they can take control of their bone health and continue to do the things they love to do. In this episode, Dr. Millman discusses her integrative approach and answers questions about vitamin K2, digestion, inflammation, and cortisol. She gives some fabulous tips you don’t want to miss.
[04:43] Integrative Approach to Bone Loss or Osteoporosis
[16:52] One Big Tip For Better Digestion
[22:09] Dr. Millman’s Method to Assess Inflammation
[37:38] High Cortisol and Testing
[46:07] Vitamin K2, Different Research, and the Different Forms
[58:02] Dr. Millman’s Results and How You Can Work with Her
Lastly, in case you missed it, check out last week’s podcast:
Episode #195 | Bio-Indentical Hormones
DISCLAIMER – The information presented on this podcast should not be construed as medical advice. It is not intended to replace consultation with your physician or healthcare provider. The ideas shared on this podcast are the expressed opinions of the guests and do not always reflect those of Margie Bissinger and Happy Bones, Happy Life Podcast.