No fun at all. You’re just walking down the street and your hip breaks. Ok, maybe that hasn’t happened to you, but that sort of fragility is a HUGE issue in our modern world. So much so that bone fractures from osteoporosis occur once every 3 seconds on average across america. Most of the time we hear that this sort of fragility is just part of getting older, but we like to think that there is actually a ton of really effective diet and supplement strategies you can implement to help keep your bones strong for a lifetime. Listen in as Tony, Will and Kinna dive in deep to discuss what you can keep your bones strong and hard and your soft tissue soft and supple even as you age.
What You’ll Learn in this Episode
- About a surprising connection between excess vitamin D and osteoporosis.
- How body chemistry imbalances can contribute to errant calcium metabolism and osteoporosis.
- Some of the most common body chemistry imbalances that contribute to osteoporosis include the Electrolyte Deficient Imbalance, the Catabolic Imbalance, the Anabolic Imbalance, the Slow Oxidizer Imbalance and the Fast Oxidizer Imbalance.
- You can learn how to detect and take steps to correct these imbalances through our Digestive Issues Course.
- How exercise and good body alignment can help combat osteoporosis.
Links Mentioned in this Episode
- Our Digestive Issues Course
- Tony’s Book: Done With Menstrual Cramps
- Tony’s other book: Kick Your Fat in the Nuts
- Our Podcast Episodes, The Truth About pH Balance
- Our Podcast Episode about Vitamin D
Show Transcriptions – Understanding Osteoporosis
T.C. Hale is not a doctor and does not claim to be a doctor, licensed in any type of medical field. Don’t be an idiot and use anything heard on this show as medical advice. This information should be used for educational purposes only and you should contact your doctor for any medical advice. Now get off me.
Kinna: Welcome to kick it naturally I’m Kinna McInroe and I’m here with T.C. Hale, author, natural health expert, producer and uh, pain in my butt sometimes.
Tony: It’s Kinna McInroe she’s here with T.C. Hale, oh, you already did all that.
Kinna: Yeah, yeah.
Tony: I, uh, I have some ninja socks.
Kinna: Oh good.
Tony: I’m not wearing them, I just felt I should be honest I own socks, that have little pictures of ninjas on them.
Will: Oh, I thought you meant socks that ninjas would wear.
Tony: No, no, not anything cool like that. Just like, hey, these socks have pictures of ninjas on them for no reason.
Will: A ninja would not wear those.
Kinna: Oh, oh, that’s good.
Tony: But, I own them, and I felt like I needed to be honest about them.
Will: Cause they are secret about their identity.
Tony: I felt like, like I needed to be honest about that.
Kinna: Does that have to do with any kind of imbalance or something or?
Kinna: Oh, ok. Great.
Tony: Not, that I know of, I’m just trying to be more open.
Kinna: Oh, ok, good. Well, alright, well, I didn’t get the memo today, cause Will and Tony are in black and red, and nobody told me to color coordinate, so I feel a little left out.
Will: Oh, it’s ok.
Tony: We will include you in the handshake later, we have a cool handshake, that we made up.
Kinna: Alright, cool. And Will Schmidt, is here today, on the mic, yo, yo.
Will: Thank you for that.
Kinna: That was me.
Will: Gassy? Get her some beet flow.
Kinna: Doing some beat box, oh, yes, I was being gassy. A little gas jokes for you. So, if you have not liked us on Facebook, and you, I mean, what are you waiting for? The time is now people! Stop what you are doing. Drop that cupcake. Stop making that martini. Go ahead, and like us on Facebook, and we’re gonna post questions there every single week and you will be able to ask us some questions, wait, were not posting questions.
Tony: We post topics on Sunday.
Kinna: We post topics.
Tony: Sunday night, we usually put it up there.
Kinna: Yeah, Sundays, we’ll post topics, and then you can post questions, and we will answer them here. The only thing is it’s a little delayed. So, if you’re like, where’s my question, how come nobody has said my question, it’s because we’re a few shows behind, so, just keep listening.
Tony: We’re actually ahead, cause we’re efficient.
Kinna: Yeah, we’re ahead, but your behind. Yeah, there you go.
Tony: So, does that make them un-efficient? I don’t think that is a word.
Kinna: I don’t know. I don’t know.
Tony: Inefficient, is how you normally say words like that. But, uh, you know, Kinna had a good idea that we should also do like a potluck show.
Kinna: Yeah, everybody bring their own problems.
Tony: Yeah, let people ask any kind of question.
Will: Yeah, you know, I just had a really great session, with a guy that has a podcast that’s all about that. They shoot in questions, and then they answer ‘em, daily.
Kinna: Oh, so, were not the first?
Will: No. I’m just saying.
Tony: Are you just saying, we’re not the Columbus of podcast?
Kinna: Oh, darn.
Will: It’s ok.
Kinna: I got a, everybody can bring their own problems, like I got a cracked foot. What do you got? I got a blood shot eye. I got a leaky butt.
Will: Yeah, that could be a cool show. Random.
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Tony: The free book that Kinna got, was how to sound like an announcer.
Kinna: That’s right. Is it working?
Tony: It totally is.
Kinna: Alright, cool. But today, is not random, today we are talking about Osteoporosis. And, I want to hear what you guys have to say, cause I don’t want to 20 years from now, walk, and step off a curb, and pow, I broke my hip. That doesn’t sound fun.
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