Do you know...
Inflammation is a direct and indirect cause of bone renewal. Indeed, according to the World Health Organization (WHO): chronic inflammatory diseases are the most significant cause of morbidity and mortality in the world. These include Heart Diseases, Arthritis, Allergies, Liver Disease, Kidney Disease, Hyperthyroidism, Type 2 Diabetes… And of course, that list includes Osteoporosis.
A review of studies published in the Journal of Endocrinology found that high levels of inflammatory markers in the blood prevented the body from repairing and ‘creating’ new bones. In healthy bodies, bones break down and then renew all the time. It is a natural, continuous process. But if you suffer from osteoporosis, then your breaking and renewal process fails. You are breaking a little more bones than you are innovating. That deficit continues to unfold over time, gradually diluting your bone density, leading to fractures. And you know there are about 300,000 hip fractures per year in the US. About half the people who experience one will never walk unaided again. About 15% need long-term nursing care. So how do we deal with inflammation to prevent it from destroying our bone health?
The key to preventing inflammation in the first place is to keep your gut healthy. In fact, poor gut health is what underlies tens of millions of cases of the inflammation-based disease. This is scientifically confirmed the world over. As your gut microflora gradually restored to normal function, the inflammation of the body disappeared and the causes of bone problems also gradually disappear. The Bone Density Solution did this.
What is The Bone Density Solution?
The Bone Density Solution addresses every possible cause. Her approach follows two main paths:
- Movement: Shelly shows simple ways to incorporate some effective anti-osteoporosis movements into a busy schedule – exercise makes bones more resilient each time you use them.
- Nutrition: It should be a gut-friendly diet. The two keys to regaining a healthy gut in order to tackle inflammation are: first, know which foods are essential to gut health. Second, to eat the right quantities of them in the right combinations. Shelly provides a food list and some very simple meal plans to ensure we get as much good food into our diet as possible. The foods that do most good are available in local supermarkets – and there are lots of them. It really is not difficult at all.