Osteoporosis FAQs: Answers to Your Common Questions

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I recently hosted a summit on Osteoporosis and bone health and had a Q&A. There were almost 900 questions, and I couldn’t answer all of them during that time. 


So, I decided to continue answering some of the usual questions I hear all the time. I also talk about my Happy Bones Roadmap to help you in your journey to creating and maintaining strong, healthy bones.


If you are ready to hear the answer to the most common questions I get about Osteoporosis, then you are in the right place.


Thank you for joining me in today’s informative episode of the Happy Bones, Happy Life podcast! 


“When it comes to our bones, it’s never too early, and it’s never too late. There’s always something we can do to improve ourselves.” – Margie Bissinger



In this episode:

[01:04] – Is it still possible to build bone as I age?

[02:28] – Where do you start?

[09:09] – How do I begin exercising safely?

[18:32] – Should post-menopausal women take supplemental collagen?

[26:59] – What are oxalates, and how do they affect bone health?

[31:50] – How can you decrease oxalate content in food?

[33:27] – Does gluten sensitivity cause Osteoporosis?

[35:58] – What is the impact of PPI medications on Osteoporosis?


Resources mentioned

Happy Bones Roadmap – Use Coupon Code SAVE150 for $150 savings – your cost is $47 for a limited time – live classes start February 22nd 

Happy Bones Club 

See Margie’s recommended osteoporosis and bone health supplements 

Margie’s Bone Health Q&A Replay

MORE Osteoporosis & Bone Health Summit Replay 


More about Margie





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.


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