Tag: Bone health
Sarah interviews Nikki Naab-Levy on this episode. Nikki is a Pilates teacher and so much more. Nikki has a strong practice of teaching Pilates and strength and mobility to individuals to suit their current fitness level.
Nikki and Sarah discuss the common perceptions and misunderstandings about strength training and why all individuals can do it. They also discuss coming back from injury and working out with physical limitations.
Nikki’s Podcast name sums up her ride ranging conversations: Results not Typical!
In this solo episode Sarah discusses her evolving bone density journey, her discover of a technology that gave her an accurate bone quality assessment and how she believes it will change our approach to bone health for humans!
Sarah interviews Irma Jennings. Irma Jennings, INHC, went from the boardroom on Wall Street to the cutting board in her kitchen after returning to school at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in 2003. Her diagnosis of osteopenia in 2005 inspired her to create her company, Food for Healthy Bones™.
She is happy to report her bones are strong. For the past 13 years, Irma has blogged monthly on Food for Healthy Bones.
In this episode Irma shares her favorite mineral water for calcium and magnesium as well as her substitute for milk in her coffee. We discuss Calcium and vitamin D and straighten out some commonly misunderstood aspects of these vitamins. Oxalates are discussed as well!
Irma Jennings from Food for Healthy Bones Joined Sarah to discuss how we all can eat well and support our bones.
2:00 Irma writes a blog that gives insights and information on healthy eating for our bones.You can find it on her website: https://www.food4healthybones.com/
You will also find her free offer of a document on 30 essential foods for bone health that you can sign up for on the website.
3:23 Irma recommends buying foods without packages and ingredients you can pronounce.
4:51 Myths that confound us: Milk is essential for bones.
5:31 Your body will tell you when something does not work for you because your body will have a difficult time with absorption. Your digestive system or your sinus’ or a headache may alert you. An alternative to milk is Laird superfood creamer.
6:30 Irma reveals her special coffee recipe
7:10 Irma uses Dr. McCormicks collagen as well as his goat whey.
7:55 Irma’s green tea ritual
8:15 Mindful eating outline
9:54 What type of calcium is best if you are buying fortified foods. Answer: marine calcium.
10:57 Calcium carbonate is the cheapest calcium and it is harder to digest. Be aware that you need more stomach acid to break it down.
12:56 One should do an elimination diet under a doctor’s supervision. Irma will be involved in offering one with a doctor soon.
15:00 The idea of “eating well” is generally misunderstood. Variety is often ignored.
15:46 Understanding how much protein you need.
17:18 Straight talk about oxalates.
18:30 Do not get bogged down in what you can not have to the point that you are not eating a variety of foods.
18:50 Vitamin D and testing
24:00 Gerolsteiner Water is a natural mineral water that is high in calcium and magnesium.
25:44 Start your day with lemon water and a discussion of the controversy about acid and alkaline balance.
27:46 Eat a plate of veggies with different colors
29:10 Cronometer to get to know what nutrients you are taking in.
In this episode Sarah interviews Katy Lush of Lush Living. Katy is a fitness expert and owner of Chicago River North Pilates studio since 2004. She’s on a mission to get more people moving – so they can lead less sedentary lives and reap the health benefits of accessible, restorative, and sustainable movement habits.
A Nationally Certified Pilates Teacher, GYROTONIC® Trainer, Certified Movement Analyst and Restorative Exercise Specialist (with a background as a retired dancer, pre-Olympic gymnast and trapeze artist!), Katy believes in making exercise something that any person at any age can do.
When she’s not running her studio, speaking on podcasts and panels, or being a fitness workshop junkie, you can find Katy playing with her 3 year old and 6 year old, drinking chocolate-mint tea, or dreaming of travels in faraway places with her husband.
In this episode Sarah is joined by Katy Lush, who is a fitness expert and owner of the beloved Chicago River North Pilates studio since 2004. She’s on a mission to get more people moving – so they can lead less sedentary lives and reap the health benefits of accessible, restorative, and sustainable movement habits. They discuss natural movement, and how people can improve their health by changing a few things about how they move.
Katy and Sarah discuss the benefits of natural movements, and one of the major benefits, checking multiple boxes by “Layering your Life.” This philosophy primarily being, finding how to get exercise through basic movements such as bending and finding things in the kitchen.
Katy goes on to discuss how she “layers her life” she talks about how she drives, and how she goes on walks, and how she incorporates movement into those moments. Sarah then asks her about Katy’s clients and what are some of the things they do. Lastly Katy discusses “layering her life” by taking small moments to care about health even while staring at screens, or by thinking about the shoes you are wearing.
Learn more about Sarah by going to her website