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Strong or Weak, can you tell?

Strong or Weak, can you tell?
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Strong or Weak can you tell?

Strong or Weak bones, how can you tell?
All looks good from the outside
but it's what going on this inside that counts.

6 Key areas for Bone Health
1.  Movement
2. Sunshine and Vitamin D
3. Overall endocrine (hormone) balance
4. Optimal diet for you
5. Stress management
6. Great digestion - gut health.

Risks Factors
1. Hyperparathyroidism,
2. Hyperthyroidisms
3. Irregular periods
4. Diabetes
5. Long term Steroid use
7 Diuretics

The list below could effect the list above for better bone health, you could control.
8 Lifestyle
9. Smoking
10. Excessive coffee
11. Alcohol
12. Very low body weight

Uncontrollable risks
Gender - Women/men
small frame

poor diet
lack of Vit D
excessive alcohol - bone loss and falls
excessive caffeine

Having low bone density does not = fractures
Bone quality v's Bone density

Bones are alive !,
They  are responsive to stress (jumping, stepping up and out,)

The body is very clever and always looks for balance between moving, steady heartbeat, digestive health and kidney health.  The more bone mass and muscle strength you have pre-menopause the better, the easier it is to prevent a problem than to fix it.
It's never to late to address bone health!

Hazel " Use it or Lose it " Oliver

Remember you are looking for balance

Our bodies to not move or work in insolation
Its about balance

One of the major key vitamins for bone health is Magnesium as well as the others.

Amazing foods that contain calcium and not a spot of milk in sight.
All plant based.
Fill your bones for health and strength

Great foods for bone health
Fermented foods
Omega 3 - nuts seeds, greens
Vitamin D3
Apple cider vinegar
Vit K
Fish- timed salmon mackerel
Streamed greens
fermented soy
yoghurts - coconut if you are off dairy

Have joyful food and movement.

Stand Tall = Breathe = Smile = Jump ! have a spring in your step

Never more true
Use it or Loss it  = Bone Health

CIC Classes In Community
 Fitness Pilates is a brilliant way of building strength, tone, balance, co-ordination, focus, concentration, flexibility, posture alignment, the breath, de-stress. (all fantastic for bone health and bone density)

12.30 -1.15pm NFU Fat Blast HIIT's

7.30pm-8.30pm Fitness Pilates Flow
Mickleton -King George Hall
(2 spaces left)

12.15-1.pm NFU Fitness Pilates Flow
7.00-8.00pm Hampton Lucy Village Hall. FMS Class, Fatloss Metabolic Strength class 

The Malthouse, Alveston, S-u-A. 7.30-8.30pm  Fitness Pilates Flow

U3a Classes
Mondays 1.30-2.30pm Wellesbourne Village Hall  (2 spaces)
Tuesdays 9.30-10.30  Wellesbourne VH
Tuesdays 10.45-11.45am Wellesbourne VH
Thursdays 9.30-10.30pm St Peters Church Rooms, Wellesbourne (3 spaces)

Sports Performance & Function
Functional Fitness Pilates - Stratford Rowing Club
Wednesday 10.30-11.30am
Thursday 12.30-1.30pm

Holistic Wellbeing Programmes
Massage sessions - Pre-Post-Natal Pregnancy  By Appointment only. Diastasis & C-Section recovMenopauseuBody " Olivex

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