Episode 25: The 7 Root Causes of Bone Loss

Stronger Bones Lifestyle Podcast: Take Control of Your Bone Health


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[1:02] The 7 main causes of bone loss

[1:30] Inflammation

[2:19] 80% of immune system is in the gut

[3:13] The process of food

[8:13] The two things that are going to build bones

[9:56] Labs to detect root causes

[11:23] Acidity

[11:46] Two main organs to maintain pH

[13:24] Hormones

[14:23] Is bone loss reversible

[16:53] Other factors

[17:52] Qualifying success

[19:00] Fiber

[20:11] Leave you with one question

What you can do to support bone building

Welcome to the Stronger Bones Lifestyle Podcast. I am your host, Debi Robinson. Today in this solo episode, I discuss the seven root causes of bone loss, how they each contribute to loss and what you need to do to support bone building. Listen to this episode to learn more about how the immune system and gut health are connected to bone loss and bone building, the importance of maintaining the internal pH of your body and how to qualify your success without a new DEXA scan.

"If you someone in the high 4s or even in the high 3s with osteoporosis, can you work for the next 15 years and do all that you can to get back to osteopenia? I’m gonna say maybe because we don’t know.”

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Yoga can stimulate bone growth in your 20’s and can reverse bone loss in your 60’s. Yoga creates stronger bones because it has 10-20 times greater pressure than gravity.
In addition to bone growth, Yoga improves balance, anxiety, and posture.
The osteocytes in your legs govern your appetite, which is why Yoga promotes weight loss.
Rotation is completely safe for women suffering from osteoporosis or osteopenia. Safe spinal rotation involves having proper length and extension in the thoracic curve.
Yoga done for 20-30 minutes every day can protect your cognitive function.

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