Osteoporosis Email Series

Fight Osteoporosis With More Than A Glass Of Milk

Osteoporosis is something that most people know about, but usually don’t understand very well. Osteoporosis is a bone disease that occurs when the body loses too much bone, or cannot make enough bone. As a result, bones become weak and can break or fracture, in some cases from something as minor as a sneeze or cough.

Viewed under a microscope, healthy bone looks like a honeycomb. When a bone is affected by osteoporosis, holes start taking up more space, which weakens density and mass, thus creating an overall weaker structure.

Your bones are in a constant state of renewal throughout your life. This means that there are precautions you can take to prevent bone loss as well as lifestyle changes you can make to slow down the process later in life.

During this Osteoporosis Email Series, it’s our goal to provide you with the knowledge and support you need to make better health decisions that can contribute to a longer, stronger, and overall better quality of life.

Meet Kristi Lea Holistic Health LLC, host of the Osteoporosis Email Series:

Kristi Lea is a Certified Nutritional Consultant and Natural Health Practitioner who specializes in Nutrigenomics and Integrative and Functional Medicine. Her passion is getting to the root of the problem and assisting the body in rebuilding itself so It can better protect you from all viruses, bacteria, autoimmune conditions, dysfunction and disease as well as restore you to optimal health. The human body was brilliantly designed by God to heal itself given the right tools (Nutrition) at the right time. By listening closely to the body, we can find out exactly what it needs so it can heal itself and stay healthy. There is NO BETTER PPE than having a strong immune system within you!! And YOU have complete control over the strength of your immune system in the thousands of decisions you make daily with what to eat, drink, and basic lifestyle choices.

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Kristi Lea

Protect Your Bones, Protect Your Health

Osteoporosis is often called a silent disease because it’s impossible to actually feel our bones weakening. As a result, breaking a bone is often the first sign of osteoporosis.

Annually, osteoporosis is responsible for two million broken bones and $19 billion in related costs every year in the United States. Those numbers are expected to rise as people aren’t taking their bone health as seriously as they should be.

A number of factors can increase your likelihood of developing osteoporosis, including your age, race, and lifestyle choices. Join us to learn how you can play an active role in your health and begin making positive changes that will keep you feeling good for years to come.

This email series is your chance to take your health into your own hands and gain the knowledge you need to start making effective, positive changes in your life!

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