4 Tips to Restore Gut Health

I hope you had a wonderful holiday season and are looking forward to an amazing 2020! I don't know about you, but I am still suffering from too much holiday! Although my weeks were full of loving family and friends, they were also filled with an overabundance of “good...

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Aging is a Gift

When I say this many people look at me like I am crazy! They describe how they wake with aches and pains, need glasses to read a menu, experience forgetful moments. How is this a gift? It is because it’s a privilege denied to many. This gets personal. I have been an...

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Healthy Aging Summit

I have been working really hard to bring you an awesome educational experience!  The Healthy Aging Summit! I sought after and interviewed over 40 experts in the field of healthy aging...and you now have the opportunity to sit back and watch, listen and learn. It's a...

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Is Your Bone Health Plan Working?

How many of you out there are working hard and doing everything you can to keep your bones healthy? You’re eating a nutrient rich diet, exercising, controlling stress, getting enough sleep or even taking osteoporosis medication as prescribed. With DXA scans only done...

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Goodnight Bones

Welcome to September!I hope everyone had a wonderful, relaxing summer! I had the opportunity to hike many of our amazing National Parks, what a treasure they are! Hiking provides my bones and my body with vital exercise and communing with nature...

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Mighty Mitochondria and Your Bone Health

I'm sorry you haven't heard from me for a while! I have been working hard on an exciting new project that I can't wait to share with you in the next few months! So stay tuned! In the meantime, I thought you would like to learn about some recently published...

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Vitamin K2 and You

Vitamin K2, a little known nutrient just until a few years ago, has emerged as having a critical role in how the body uses calcium. It is tasked in moving and keeping calcium in the bones and out of places where it shouldn’t be, such as arteries, joints, the kidney and bladder where it can contributed to calcification, heel spurs, bone spurs and kidney and bladder stones.

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Vitamin A: How much is too much?

This past week I had a new patient seeking advice on what supplements she should be taking to support her bone health, along with the health of her eyes and her immune system, and aid in preventing urinary tract infections. She came carrying a bag with over 20 different supplement bottles and explained why she took each one and the various websites or healthcare professionals who recommended each.

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How much protein do your bones need?

Over the years there has been a lot of controversy as to whether protein is detrimental or beneficial to bone health. Early research suggested that a high protein diet caused an increase of calcium excretion in the urine. It was assumed that the increase in urine calcium was due to calcium loss from the bones, suggesting that high protein diets were detrimental to bone health.

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Osteoporosis: East meets West

Western Medicine looks at the body as machine, each organ a gear that must turn correctly for the machine to work. Eastern medicine looks at the person as an extension of all life and effected by all entities on earth, and to be truly healthy, needs to be balanced within as well as with the surrounding environment.

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Initially, I went to Susan Brady because my family doctor told me to take a holiday from the prescription bone density medicine that I had been taking it for many years. I avoid dairy since I am lactose intolerant and sensitive to dairy protein. I was confident that Susan could recommend a superior quality calcium, balanced with other supplements that would help provide the nutrients I needed for bone health. In addition to recommendations for supplements, she has evaluated my diet and my exercise regimen, making suggestions as needed. With guidance from Susan I have been able to maintain bone health without additional bone density medicine for several years now. ~K.N.


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