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In this show you’ll learn:
Understanding of the many functions of the bones, including the metabolic functions of our bones, and the role of pH in bone health.
New awareness of the wide range of causes of osteoporosis.
How accurate bone density testing is and its role in predicting who will get fractures.
Background and Guest Information:
There’s a bone health revolution going on. Join Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo and Dr. Susan Brown as they discuss the revolutionary aspect that osteoporosis is a degenerative disease, not just an artifact of aging.
A medical anthropologist and certified nutritionist, Dr. Susan E. Brown has consulted widely on socioeconomic, cultural, and health issues.
Currently, Dr. Brown directs The Better Bones Foundation (formerly The Osteoporosis Education Project).
Most recently, Dr. Brown has partnered with Women to Women, the nationally renowned website and medical clinic, to create the world’s most informative bone health website, Better Bones.
Check out Dr. Ritamarie’s VITAL Health Community for additional resources on the role that food plays in your health, and strategies for planning your meals for you to live your life full of energy and vitality.
Good Protein Sources
Protein can help you shed those unwanted pounds -- and keep your belly full. But it's important to eat the right amount and the right kind of protein to get its health benefits.
Seafood is an excellent source of protein because it's usually low in fat. Fish such as salmon is a little higher in fat, but it is the heart-healthy kind: it has omega-3 fatty acids.
Stick to the white meat of poultry for excellent, lean protein. Dark meat is a little higher in fat. The skin is loaded with saturated fat, so remove skin before cooking.
Milk, Cheese, and Yogurt
Not only are dairy foods like milk, cheese, and yogurt excellent sources of protein, but they also contain valuable calcium, and many are fortified with vitamin D. Choose skim or low-fat dairy to keep bones and teeth strong and help prevent osteoporosis.
Eggs are one of the least expensive forms of protein. The American Heart Association says normal healthy adults can safely enjoy an egg a day.
One-half cup of beans contains as much protein as an ounce of broiled steak. Plus, these nutritious nuggets are loaded with fiber to keep you feeling full for hours.
This great and versatile white meat is 31% leaner than it was 20 years ago.
Fifty grams of soy protein daily can help lower cholesterol by about 3%. Eating soy protein instead of sources of higher-fat protein -- and maintaining a healthy diet -- can be good for your heart.
Research shows that including a source of protein like an egg or Greek yogurt at breakfast along with a high-fiber grain like whole wheat toast can help you feel full longer and eat less throughout the day.
On Today's Episode:
There's so much info on bone loss in women and in men. Why is this happening, and how do I correct it? Do i need a drug? Is calcium the answer?
About Dr. Len:
Tune in at noon to hear Dr. Len Brancewicz of http://thenutritionshoppe.net discuss today's hottest health topics and new from a complimentary perspective. From colds to cancer and everything in between, Dr. Len can offer honest advice that makes sense.
As a Registered Pharmacist (RPh), Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN), Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (NMD), and a homeopath, Dr. Len has over 35 years experience in helping to keep you and your family healthy and happy.
Call in today to ask about your most pressing health concerns! so much info on bone loss in women .and in men...why is this happening and how do i correct? do i need a drug?? is calcium the answer?
What causes teeth decay? Are fillings and expensive surgical procedures the answer? We will cover a wealth of info on this show on specifics relating to the healing of the teeth. Your yet to hear this full spectrum analysis anywhere from multiple aspects. Find out the keys I've used to stop my teeth from decaying and slowly reverse the destructive process.
Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dallas Cloutre, Ph.D., will be discussing bone density and bone health.
Dr. Clouatre earned his A.B. from Stanford University and his Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. A Fellow of the American College of Nutrition, he is a prominent industry consultant, author of numerous books and a sought-after speaker. Dr. Clouatre is the New Product Development & Marketing Consultant for Jarrow Formulas.
In health circles there has been much recent talk about acid /alkaline imbalance. Let's see if we can clarify how experts recommend we correct this imbalance.
Your body functions best when neither too acid nor too alkaline. Unfortunately almost all of us have become acidic due to diet, drinks and stress -- both psychological and from pollution. Acids can build up in our body, causing systems to be out of balance.
According to Dr. Stefan Kuprowsky, "Acid wastes build up in the body in the form of cholesterol, gallstones, kidney stones, arterial plaque, urates, phosphates and sulfates. These acidic waste products are the direct cause of premature aging and the onset of chronic disease."
When this occurs, the body will restore its optimal pH by depleting certain minerals, such as potassium, calcium and magnesium, from organs and bones. In addition, your immune system may become fatigued from dealing with an excess of acid. Your body then stores acidic wastes in 'hiding places' such as muscles etc. rather than releasing the acids into the bloodstream.
Shrinking height? Fragile bones? Osteoporosis is estimated to affect approximately 14 million individuals by 2020 if prevention does not become priority in the United States (iofbonehealth.org). Dial 347-850-8486 & join us 8p EST on May 28, 2014 we discuss Osteoporosis - the Causes, Symptoms, Treatment & Cure!
Root Cause Radio gladly welcomes former quadriplegic, Jermar Durst, to share his story of bone repair, tissue regrowth, and nerve regeneration as we tackle osteoporosis - the causes, symptoms, treatment & cure! Expected to never walk again after a tragic work accident, Jermar underwent the care of a licensed symptometrist to overcome these odds. If there's help for a quadriplegic, there's help for you too.
Tonight's expert health panel features Dr. Maxwell Nartey - author, professor, therapueutic scientist and the founder of Symptometry - as he joins us tonight to highlight the root cause and healing strategies for optimal bone health. Also on panel to discuss osteoporosis prevention and treatment is licensed symptometrist and surgeon for over 25 years, Elizabeth Wanek, MD, LSym of Greensboro's The Wanek Medical.
www.RootCauseRadio.com - Sharing the Secrets of Optimal Health
Proving she is truly an evolved sexual being, this past weekend Krystyna introduced her boyfriend to a guy she used to fuck and also met his girlfriend while Corinne spent a rainy Friday night garnering herself some visible sexual injuries proving that maybe her body needs more calcium. On this juicy episode of the anti slut-shaming podcast, the girls of Sorry About Last Night sit down with Jenni 'JWoww' Farley (of Jersey Shore fame) at her home in, you guessed it, New Jersey! The gals talk microwaving the keys to your boyfriend's BMW, cell phone snooping, cheating (like, really bad cheating), 'smushing' with your future fiancé on national television and pregnancy sex. Gym, Tan, Laundry, Podcast. Welcome to Guys We Fucked.
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Are you living a healthy, funfilled life?
Spring has sprung, Spring is in the air, so get out and enjoy all it's splendors but before you do here are expert tips nssue that plague many of us...SLEEP...HAIR--FLAKING OUT...BONING UP AND SO MUCH MORE.
Get your pen and pad out---"napping really can help you catch up on your sleep, as long as you don't have insomnia at night. The secret is to nap for 25 minutes, no longer....MJ. Breues, PH.D...and from my Mother, Ma Paun...Ma Paun took a nap for 20 minutes every day at 2 p.m...she called it her BEAUTY NAP. Suffer from dandruff, try rubbing Tea Tree Oil an essential oil with anti-bacterial/fungal properties into your scalp, then rinse, this from a Dermatologist. Bone-Up with calcium, Vitamin D & B. Don't forget protein and remember always check with you Doctor first on anything new that you're planning on introducing to your body.
Never Skip Breakfast
Yes, mornings are crazy. But they’re also our best hope at regaining our nutritional sanity. A 2005 study synthesized the results of 47 other studies that examined the impact of starting the day with a healthy breakfast. Here’s what they found:
People who skip breakfast are more likely to take up smoking or drinking, less likely to exercise, and more likely to follow fad diets or express concerns about body weight. Common reasons cited for skipping were lack of time, lack of hunger, or dieting.
Bad news. Sure, it would seem to make sense that skipping breakfast means eating fewer calories, which means weighing less. But it doesn’t work that way. Consider:
People who eat breakfast tend to have higher total calorie intakes throughout the day, but they also get significantly more fiber, calcium, and other micronutrients than skippers do. Breakfast eaters also tended to consume less soda and French fries and more fruits, vegetables, and milk.
Breakfast eaters were approximately 30 percent less likely to be overweight or obese. (Think about that—people who eat breakfast eat more food, but weigh less!)
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