Having healthy bones is something you must not take for granted. Bones support your body and aid in your balance and movement. So, how do you optimize your bone health?
Minerals are incorporated into our bones during childhood and adolescence. But once we reach 30, our bone density has reached its peak. And as we age, we see a decline in our bone health. However, there are tools and strategies to help us build strong, healthy bones.
Today, I discuss the five positive steps to help you improve bone health and prevent Osteoporosis. The steps I discuss are detailed in the recently concluded Osteoporosis and Bone Health Summit.
If you were unable to join the Summit, I am giving you the recap and an opportunity to access the replay.
Thank you for listening to another informative episode of the Happy Bones, Happy Life podcast!
“We want a path forward. You just want to start the moment. We don’t need to know the end… You just need to start going; then you can go to the next step and the next.” – Margie Bissinger
In this episode:
[01:02] – Knowledge is power
[02:53] – How to cultivate a victor mindset
[08:17] – Start your morning routine by asking yourself three questions
[09:40] – Other daily practices to have a fantastic day
[17:31] – Determining the root cause of your Osteoporosis
[25:07] – Exercises to help improve your bone health
[33:17] – Foods and nutrients to nourish your bones
[39:59] – The impact of stress and happiness on your overall health
[44:50] – Recap of the steps to achieving success in your Osteoporosis program
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