If you missed the discussion/presentation on Bone Health, check out the replay HERE. Many people don’t think much about their bones and don’t think there’s much to them. The topic isn’t “exciting”. If that’s you, with all due respect, I disagree immensely and during this presentation, I will get great information that has the power to change your perspective.

I shed light on the intertwined benefits of exercise for physical strength, balance, and mobility in preventing falls and controlling diseases like osteopenia and osteoporosis which are usually thought of as an “elderly person’s disease.”

What makes them so dangerous is they develop silently without any symptoms until a fall results in a fracture, seemingly out of the blue. Regardless of your age, it’s never too early or too late to learn how to protect your bones, prevent fractures, improve your balance, your mobility, and your overall health!

Topics I discussed during the presentation included:

  • Bones are living tissues
  • Bone remodeling
  • Osteocalcin and its endocrine function
  • Impact of Acute Stress Response on Bones
  • Osteoporosis is a ‘silent’ killer disease
  • Potential causes of osteoporosis
  • What you can do today to prevent it and reduce its progression
  • Test Don’t Guess!  (as early as 25 y/o)
  • and more…

There are about 10 million Americans with osteoporosis and another 45 million with osteopenia.

Bones don’t get sick overnight!!!  The earlier we start loving and protecting our bones, the more confident we become about our aging process.

During the talk, I share some alarming stats related to bone health. You do NOT want to be part of the statistic!!!

There are many reasons I am passionate about educating people on this topic and helping people prevent and manage this silent killer disease. Education and awareness are key here.

That being said, can you do us a favor?  

Share this presentation with three people:

  • one woman 25-35 y/o
  • one woman 45+ y/o
  • one man 50+ y/o

Thank you so much for helping to spread the word.