Home Health Haven Day 5: Perfect Posture

Yesterday I touted the benefits of technology for keeping us socially connected during this time of social distancing.  But with the increased time spent on our computers, using our mobile phones or pads, or watching TV, we need to take extra care to be mindful of our...

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Home Health Haven – The Science

Ok…we all know that to stop the spread of the corona virus we need to be diligently washing our hands.  But do you know the science behind hand washing and why it is so important to wash for a full 20 seconds? There are actual scientific reasons for all those hand...

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Staying Socially Connected

Human beings are not meant to live in isolation. Although we vary in the degree to which we seek our social contact, humans are social creatures that need each other.  There is no shortage of research that shows that contact with other people positively affects a...

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Essential Impact Exercises

I received many wonderful responses yesterday as to what you are doing to stay healthy during this time of confinement.  I am encouraged to hear that many are trying to stay active.  One thing that is really important is getting daily exercise.  And if you have...

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Creating your Home Health Haven

Wow, what a time we are living through. With the rapid spread of coronavirus throughout the US, it has become clear that self-quarantining in our homes is the best course of action for our own health and the well-being of our entire society. However, spending days on...

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Curious Connection: Heart Disease & Osteoporosis

February is National Heart Month! The perfect time to highlight the curious connection between heart disease and osteoporosis. It seems strange that the weakening of hard, rigid bones could be associated with the stiffening of supple arterial tissue. However, studies...

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Air Pollution and Your Bones

A new study out of India found an association between exposure to air pollution and bone loss. This doesn't surprise me! ANYTHING that causes oxidative stress and inflammation will lead to the break down of bone.What are some other causes of oxidative stress and...

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How Do I Nurture My Bones?

How do I protect and nurture my bones? • Take care of my gut• Get my daily fill of bone building nutrients• Eliminate toxins where I can• Manage my stress• Exercise daily• Strive for 8 hours of sleepSeems simple? Yes, in theory! But let's face it, even with the best...

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Wellness Empowered U

If you have been one of my followers or patients over the last few years, you know that I believe in taking a holistic approach to treating osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is not a disease merely due to a calcium deficiency. But a condition rising from some underlying,...

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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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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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