Episode 42: Using Food to Improve Your Bone Health with Dr. Monisha Bhanote
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[4:42] Food is an everyday thing
[5:38] Most peoples diets
[7:28] Acidic foods
[14:15] What is on your plate
[14:52] Got milk?
[17:46] Where do we get our calcium
[21:26] What your BFFS (microbiomes) need
[23:13] Who determines the guidelines
[24:48] Vitamin D
[26:40] Don’t compare
[28:25] Plant sources of protein
[29:11] The relationship between the gut micro biome and bone health
[46:20] The one piece she can give you
Dr Monisha Bhanote on the Relationship Between the Gut Microbiome and Bone Health
In Episode 42 of the Stronger Bones Lifestyle Podcast, host Debi Robinson speaks with Dr. Monisha Bhanote about the importance of acidity as a root cause of bone loss, looking beyond our food categories and how you can use food to make a healthy body.
Dr. Bhanote is a quintuple board-certified physician, best-selling author, and founder of Wellkulå. With expertise in Integrative Medicine, Functional Culinary Medicine, Cytopathology, and Anatomic/Clinical Pathology, she combines ancient wisdom with mind-body science to support evidence-based holistic wellbeing. Listen today as she shares what your microbiomes need, plant based protein, calcium sources and the relationship between the gut microbiome and bone health.
Join Debi and Dr. Bhanote as they discuss why it’s important to stop comparing yourself to others and figure out what you need to do for your body and why it’s not just about what you eat.
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