Healthy Gut Healthy Bones Resources
This is your one-stop shop to find everything you need to be successful during the HEALTHY GUT HEALTHY BONES Group Program. Below are links to any resources that will be helpful during the program, access to the bi-weekly group call recordings, plus additional tools to help you along the way. If you have any questions post them up on them on the Facebook Group here or email Debi at [email protected]
Group Zoom Call Information
Meeting ID: 830 5047 4798
Facebook Group – access here
Mark Your Calendar- September 20th – December 13th bi-weekly coaching sessions every Tuesday at 4pm PT/7pm ET (except the November 1st meeting will be on November 5th at 11am PT/2pm ET)
Fullscript – for the majority of your foundation supplements – no code needed.
Toxins, Liver Flush & Castor Oil Packs
Toxins Checklist – download it here
Option 1: Weekly Liver Flush – get instructions here
- Castor Oil Packs – get instructions here
Tips, Tools & Resources
Recipes & Meal Prepping
Debi Robinson’s Top 10 Favorite Healthy Gut Healthy Bones Recipes – download it here
Healthy Gut, Healthy Bones Grocery List – make shopping and cooking easy by stocking up on these staples – download it here
Cronometer – easy, customized weekly meal planning with shopping lists! Check it out here
- Here are some of Debi’s favorite meal plans:
More on my Pinterest Page – click here
Treasure Chest of Healthy Bones Lifestyle Habits
Stress and Bones. We tend to think of bones as hard and durable, but in fact, they are comprised of living tissue that grows and changes throughout our lives. Bone formation is sort of like a never-ending remodel project taking place within the body. Old bone is constantly being removed and new bone formed. This process is regulated by two cell types: osteoblasts, which aid in depositing new bone tissue, and osteoclasts, which break down old bone tissue. Disruption to either of these cell types of results in changes in bone density.
Elevated cortisol levels interfere with osteoblast formation and dramatically decreases bone building—resulting in reduced bone density. Learn more.
Can stress raise your calcium levels? When stress becomes chronic, our diets cannot replace the calcium depletion fast enough so our bones are constantly being leached of calcium, leading to potentially more porous bones, brittle bones, and osteoporosis. Learn more.
Recent studies showed that chronic psychological stress is a risk factor for osteoporosis. Learn more.
Impacts of Psychological Stress on Osteoporosis: Clinical Implications and Treatment Interactions. Learn more.
Three moves for better spine health. Learn more.