The Milk Myth…What Your Body Really Needs Part II

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The Milk Myth…What Your Body Really Needs Part II

Written by Dr. Sean Medlin and Dr. Krystal Czegus / Updated on March 14, 2018 / 0 comments

Hi Grand Rapids, Clear Connections is continuing this week with how to keep your bones healthy and strong!

A Surprising Alternative to Calcium for Bone Health

Interestingly, he proposes that one of the best practical alternatives is the use of naturally occurring ionic mineral supplements. He believes that almost everyone needs trace minerals, not just calcium, because you simply cannot get all the nutrients you need through food grown in mineral depleted soils.
According to Dr. Thompson, unprocessed salts are one of the best sources of these ionic trace minerals that are so vital for strong bones (as well as numerous other biological functions)…such as Himalayan salt.

The Healthy Bone Diet – Going Beyond Milk

Even if you don’t have access to raw milk or other raw dairy products, and have the good sense to avoid pasteurized milk, there are plenty of dietary options to ensure you’re getting enough calcium in your diet.
But first, it’s important to understand that processed foods will produce biochemical and metabolic conditions in your body that will decrease your bone density, so avoiding processed foods is the first step in the right direction.
Additionally, eating high quality, organic, biodynamic, locally-grown food will naturally increase your bone density and decrease your risk of developing osteoporosis.
Aside from that, specific foods that are high in calcium include:

Fresh, dark-green vegetables like spinach, kale, turnips, and collard greens
Dry beans
Sesame seeds and almonds
Wild salmon and sardines

Another food worthy of mention is onions. They’re high in gamma-glutamyl peptides that have also been shown to increase bone density.

Additional Components Vital for Bone Density

Healthy fats — Along with your basic food selections, your omega 3 intake and the ratio between omega 3 to omega 6 has a lot to do with building healthy bone. Unfortunately, even many nutritionists are unaware of the important relationship between healthy bones and optimal fat intake.
Most everyone needs to take a high quality, animal-based omega 3 fat as it is very deficient in most people’s diet. Dr. Mercola recommends krill oil.
And, to further balance out your omega 3 and omega 6 ratio, you’ll want to reduce the amount of processed vegetable oils you consume. Oils like corn oil, safflower- and soy oil are loaded with omega 6’s. I also recommend avoiding canola oil for other reasons.

Sunshine — Vitamin D is also important for calcium absorption, so along with your raw milk and vegetables, make sure that you are getting plenty of safe sun exposure this summer. Getting your levels up to about 60 ng/ml will help you optimize your bone density.

Exercise — You should also remember that, just as exercise and diet work in tandem to beat obesity, the same can be said for osteoporosis. Strengthening bone mass through weight-bearing exercise, especially during puberty, can build a good foundation that can last a lifetime. Bone-building is a dynamic process, and by exerting force on your bones through exercise such as strength training, you stimulate new, healthy bone growth.

Thank you for tuning in this week and we appreciate you empowering yourself with knowledge in order to make the best health decisions possible! Have a great day and be well!

Yours in Health
Teat at CCC

Dr. Sean Medlin and Dr. Krystal Czegus

Dr. Sean and Dr. Krystal inspire practice members and the community to take the necessary action to achieve your optimum state of health. They educate about the natural healing capabilities you possess and the importance of a healthy nervous system that is free from interference.

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