Inflammation & Osteoporosis w/ Dr. David Jockers + BoneCoach™
Wondering about the connection between systemic inflammation and your bones?
Want to know what practical steps you can take today to manage your blood sugar and improve your digestion?
Curious about what foods one of the world’s leading natural health practitioners recommends?
Then don’t miss out on this value-packed episode!
Joining us today to explore inflammation, functional nutrition, and bone health is Dr. David Jockers.
0:00 – Episode start
2:43 – How Dr. Jockers became one of the leading natural health practitioners
10:43 – What is inflammation and how does it develop?
17:38 – What are the signs and symptoms of inflammation? How do we measure inflammation with lab testing?
26:41 – Tell us about the importance of healthy blood sugar levels
34:54 – How does blood sugar and insulin impact bone health?
39:30 – Importance of proper stomach acid production for bone health
47:25 – Best foods for blood sugar and bone health
52:25 – How to use intermittent fasting to reduce inflammation
59:30 – Where can people find you?
**Show notes @ www.bonecoach.com/dr-jockers-osteoporosis-bone-health-inflammation
You can find Dr. Jocker’s resources below:
>> The Inflammation Crushing Smoothie Guide
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About Dr. David Jockers, DNM:
Dr. David Jockers is a doctor of natural medicine and runs one of the most popular natural health websites in DrJockers.com which has gotten over 1 million monthly visitors and his work has been seen on popular media such as the Dr Oz show and Hallmark Home and Family.
Dr Jockers is the author of the best-selling book “The Keto Metabolic Breakthrough” by Victory Belt publishing and “The Fasting Transformation.” He is a world-renowned expert in the area of ketosis, fasting, brain health, inflammation and functional nutrition. He is also the host of the popular Dr Jockers Functional Nutrition podcast.
Dr Jockers lives in Canton, Georgia with his wife Angel and his twin boys David & Joshua and his daughters Joyful & Shine.
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