Hormones, Gut, Osteoporosis Connection w/ Betty Murray, PhD-C, FMP + BoneCoach™

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The Bone Coach Podcast | Osteoporosis & Bone Health | Hormones Gut Menopause with Betty Murray Podcast

Want to know why hormone therapy may not be the right fit for you and what options you have to help minimize bone loss and stimulate bone formation?

Want to learn how gut health influences your hormones?

If you want to learn those two things and so much more you’re going to want to stick around to the end of this episode.


Episode Timeline

0:00 – Episode start

2:53 – Estrogen replacement may not be an option for some women…What are the reasons hormone therapy may not be the right fit for someone and what are the options they have to help minimize bone loss and stimulate bone formation if that’s the case?

6:55 – Anabolic pathways, DHEA, testosterone

13:07 – One of the things you’re currently researching is the complex interaction of women’s sex hormones and IBS… How does gut health affect our hormone levels?

21:31 – If we don’t have good gut health, obviously it will affect our ability to absorb nutrients… why is it not always the case that when someone gets blood work completed through their doctor, it’s not always telling of nutrient sufficiency… in fact, there may be a functional deficiency present. How do you know this? How can you tell?

22:30 – Sufficiency in the serum doesn’t mean sufficiency inside the cell.


Resources Mentioned

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Show notes and resources mentioned: https://bonecoach.com/functional-medicine-betty-murray

Betty’s website is bettymurray.com

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About Betty Murray, PhD-C, MS, CN, IFMCP:

Betty Murray is a PhD-C, Master of Nutrition, Certified Nutritionist, and is a IFM Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner.

Betty’s interest in nutrition and functional medicine came from her own health struggles. In her early 30s, Betty was diagnosed with colitis.

She just knew there was more she could do to get to the root of her disease! Betty’s tenacity led to a 20+ year educational journey that included immersion into the world of nutrition, biochemistry, and functional medicine that has become the backbone of her approach to restoring health.

Betty is now a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner with a Master of Science in Human Nutrition and Biochemistry, a Master of Science in Integrative & Functional Nutrition, and is currently a PhD-Candidate researching the complex interaction of women’s sex hormones and IBS. 

She is also a member of the American Nutrition Association and the Founder and CEO of the Living Well Dallas Functional Medicine Center, a premier integrative multi-specialty functional medicine medical center where she leads a team of Functional Medicine Practitioners, MD’s, coaches, nutritionists, counselors, and therapists. She took her passion and vision for helping menopausal women and created a center where medicine, nutrition, counseling, health coaching and other mind-body treatments work together in partnership to not only treat illness, but also help support patients in preventing and reversing disease.

Betty has helped thousands of women and men reverse chronic symptoms, regain their health and transform their lives.

She is frequently featured as a sought after speaker and subject-matter expert on National Fox News Broadcasting, CW33, NBC and CBS…

And she is a member of the BoneCoach™ team! I don’t know how she does it all but she does it exceptionally well.

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