For me, menopause and beyond represents a chance for us to be “deliberate creators” – that is, it’s an opportunity to design our physical, mental, and nutritional activities with an awareness to be consciously aligned with our priorities for the second half of our lives.
For those of us with strong bones as our health goal, our focus should be to maintain as much of our bone mass and muscle mass as possible. And if we really get into exercise, perhaps we can even build both bone and muscle.
In my video “Tips for Building Bone Health in Menopause,” I ask you to thoughtfully review your Program for building Better Bones and a Better Body as you move forward:
• Are you recognizing and releasing stressful thoughts and situations?
• Are you satisfied with your level of exercise and physical activity?
• Is your acid-alkaline balance in line?
• Do you take a daily high-quality, pharmaceutical grade multivitamin/mineral/omega-3 fat supplement that assures you have all the 20 key nutrients to keep on building bone?
If you see some areas that you think need improvement, remember your power as an infinite choice maker each and every day! Learn more about the natural options available to you to improve bone with the Personal Program for Better Bones.
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