The Hidden Hormone Connection To Osteoporosis & Our Health w/ Dr. Bindiya Gandhi, MD + BoneCoach™

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The Bone Coach Podcast | Dr Bindiya Gandhi Leptin Bone Health Connection | Osteoporosis & Bone Health | Bone Loss Podcast

Curious about how lesser known hormones could be impacting your hunger, energy, metabolism, and even your bones?​

Wondering about leptin’s role in your overall health, and how to know if your leptin levels are in a healthy range?​

Then don’t skip this episode!​

I sit down with Dr. Bindiya Gandhi, MD and we discuss one of the lesser-known hormones being explored in scientific studies–leptin–and how this powerful hormone plays a key role in strong bones and total body health.​

Tune in for this fascinating episode!

Episode Timeline

0:00 – Episode start

2:24 – Dr. Bindiya’s story and how she became the go-to leptin specialist

6:22 – What is leptin and what is its role in our body and our health? Why is it important?

8:09 – Why is leptin not talked about?

8:50 – How does leptin impact other hormones?

11:22 – What is the normal range you like to see leptin levels and what test do you use for it?

16:02 – What are the contributing factors for high leptin levels? What about low leptin levels?

17:30 – What are some foods that impact leptin?

19:15 – What are the other tests you like to look at when you’re looking at leptin levels?

20:23 – Can you walk through the connection? What is leptin’s connection to bone health and osteoporosis?

22:05 – Is leptin important for those who have both osteoporosis and obesity?

23:53 – What are some actionable tips we can implement to get our leptin levels to where they need to be?

24:52 – Where can people find Dr. Bindiya Gandhi, MD?

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About Dr. Bindiya Gandhi, MD:

Dr. Bindiya Gandhi, is a double board-certified Integrative & Functional Medicine Doctor,who helps thousands transform their overall health. She is the medical director at Revive Atlanta MD, a comprehensive clinic focused on total body healing, including decreasing inflammation, improving hormonal imbalance, helping women get pregnant, weight loss resistance, chronic stress, gut health and more.

She has been featured on The Daily Mail, Fox, CBS, mindbodygreen, Washington Post, Livestrong, HuffPost and more.

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