Bone Density - Make It or Break It

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How much do you really know about your bones? Are you taking measures to make sure they are strong and healthy? Whether you are or aren’t read on…

Bone density isn’t something we usually think of until we break one or have a problem come up like osteoporosis. Did you know that Osteoporosis is estimated to affect 200 million women worldwide (44 million people in the US) – approximately one-tenth of women aged 60, one-fifth of women aged 70, two-fifths of women aged 80 and two-thirds of women aged 90. 1 in 2 women over 50 will experience osteoporotic fractures, as will 1 in 2 men.

These numbers are outrageous! The good news is that it’s possible to improve bone density at ANY age but the sooner you start working on strengthening those bones the better.

In today’s podcast our resident nutritionist Shawn Stevenson give you the tools to make sure your bones are strong and healthy so you won’t ever have to worry about Osteoporosis or low bone density.

Please help us spread this information far and wide so more people are aware of real, natural health solutions to this awful problem.

When you listen to the podcast below you’ll discover:

  • The importance of bone health.
  • What your bones are made of (different than what you were told).
  • The functions of your bones (it’s not what you think).
  • Why common misconceptions about bone density can land you in the hospital.
  • How to intelligently improve bone density.
  • Little known secrets about your bone health.

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Click play below to listen to the podcast… 

Bone Density   Make It or Break It
Bone Density   Make It or Break It
Shawn Stevenson is a Professional Nutritionist specializing in biochemistry and kinesiological science, as well as advanced treatment for acute and chronic disorders. He is the author of several books including The Key to Quantum Health and The Fat Loss Code He holds a Bachelors of Science degree from The University of Missouri – St. Louis, and he is the founder of the Advanced Integrative Health Alliance. Over nearly a decade of research, Shawn’s work has touched the lives of thousands of people in his private practice, programs, and live events. Shawn’s greatest gift has been providing a tremendous array of valuable strategies, insights, techniques, tools for healing, and proven methods for radically transforming the health and beauty of the human body.
Bone Density   Make It or Break It

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  • Starshine

    This is excellent information for everyone to understand and incorporate into daily practice. There is so much misinformation being circulated and it can get confusing. The majority of people have absolutely no idea of the importance of bone health and especially how it affects them as they age.
    Thank you for reminding and reinforcing in me the strategies I need to practice for healthy bones on a daily basis. Prevention of disease is key.

    • http://www.theshawnstevensonmodel.com Shawn Stevenson

      Starshine, that was an excellent note, and a call for all of us to use our higher intelligence… have razor sharp focus… and see through the clutter of misinformation. It takes people like yourself to spread the word with passion and grace. Thanks a million for all that you do!

  • Lorna

    Sean this was very, very great and true information. I enjoyed it alot and learned alot and confirmed some of what I knew already. Thanks alot for all this. I like your voice also plus you sound very caring. :)
    Peace and Blessings!

    • http://www.theshawnstevensonmodel.com Shawn Stevenson

      Lorna, thank you so much. Your appreciation means a lot! I’m so happy that people can pick up on the deeper things (the passion, the caring, the devotion)… Those are the things that matter most. Thanks again!

  • Phyllis

    Shawn, I undertook 3 detox programs a few years ago and am now battling serious osteoporosis.
    This seemed to happen quite suddenly and I have wondered if those detox sessions added to the problem?

    • http://www.theshawnstevensonmodel.com Shawn Stevenson

      Phyllis, you may be right on the money with your assumption that the “detox” program took a toll on your bones. I’m not sure what your program consisted of, but if you don’t have the right environment in your system to aid in detoxification of acidic compounds, your bones are going to be a chief place for your body to look. But no worries, irregardless. The focus is on what you can do NOW to build your bones back up. Utilize this information in this podcast (it’s actually FREE but could cost you thousands of dollars to find this stuff out elsewhere), and pay special attention to the exercise part because you need the right stimuli to drive the nutrients into your bones.

      Keep me posted on your results!

  • Barbara altman

    i went on a natural approach to healing osteoporis including calcim, vitamin D and exercise and rmy situation was reversed in about 6 months.!

    • http://www.theshawnstevensonmodel.com Shawn Stevenson

      That’s PHENOMENAL, Barbara! You should be so proud of yourself for using what you discovered, taking action, and getting the results you wanted in your life. All the best.

  • san san ohn

    for aged women once bone lost never replace.we need Bone density for do more exercising such as running and jogging and many others.Eating correct diets of fresh and green vegetables and milk,yogurt and beans and peas.Now the new research said the calcium supplement is not good enough for people and it has the risk of heart disease and gall stone.Some people using much of calcium capsule for fear of osteoporosis.I think balance diets which are rich of natural vitamins and minerals are the most important for our health.I thank you for your all information and always wait and read every week..