Osteoporosis: Eating for Bone Health

with Karen Gilman, RHN

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Bone health, do you ever think of your bones. Is osteoporosis in your family history. Well, today holistic nutritionist Karen Gilman joins me to talk bone health, what foods we should avoid, what we need to eat and what to look for in supplements.

In this episode we talk aboutKaren Gilman, RHN

  • What increases your risk of osteoporosis
  • What foods should you avoid
  • What foods are needed for bone health
  • Which supplements you should be taking
  • What lifestyle choices you can make

Resources & Links Mentioned

Karen’s  Website

Karen on Facebook

Karen on Twitter

Listen to Episode 47


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