WHEN: Thursday, 8/1/19
Bones are living organisms that take us from our first step to our last.
We often think of osteoporosis and osteopenia as problems of the elderly.
Bone health begins in childhood as we build up our bone bank account. You’re never too young or too old to eat for your bones.
However, more and more women and men are developing osteoporosis and osteopenia in their late 40’s, 50’s and early 60’s.
In this presentation, Irma will debunk the food myths around bone health and advise how to feed your bones in an easy and effortless way no matter what your age.
Vitamin K2 in the form of Mk4 and Mk 7 drive calcium into the bones?
Pasture raised eggs provide Vitamin K2?
You’ll gain a deeper understanding of the best bone tests that are available, the best place to have your tests, and what other tests can determine if you are losing bone.
Please join us, Thursday, August 1st, 2019 at 6pm for an interactive conversation as we dive into the marrow of your bones!
Kale and Cabbage Salad with Alkalizing Dressing
Quinoa and Teff mixture with Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Irma Jennings, INHC, Holistic Bones Coach 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 inspired her to create her company, Food for Healthy Bones. She advises clients on optimum food for bones, as well as on many other steps they can take on their bone-building journey.
She was part of the (2016) PBS special, “Stronger Bones, Longer Life.” For the past 10 years, Irma has blogged monthly on Food for Healthy Bones. Today she is happy to report her bones are strong!
An incredible group of women came with their “eager to learn” questions and desires to understand the inner workings of their bones. They learned the “next steps” for their diagnosis.
They were fed nourishing homemade bone-loving food, sipped organic mint tea and enjoyed themselves tremendously.
Guests traveled from Texas, Ohio, Iowa, NJ, PA, MA, the east and west coast of Florida.
My intention is to recreate this event in New Hope, PA.
✔️ You’re frozen by your diagnosis
✔️ You’ve done everything yet your bones are getting weaker
✔️ Your doctor only wants you to take drugs
✔️ You are a breast cancer survivor
✔️ You want to get to the root cause of your bone loss
✔️ You want to find a doctor to partner on your bone journey
✔️ You’re confused about which foods to eat for strong bones
✔️ You have bones and you want to protect them
Keith McCormick, D.C., C.C.S.P. is a Board CertifIed Chiropractor Physician in the states of Massachusetts, Colorado and California and has been in clinical practice since 1981. He was diagnosed with severe osteoporosis at the age of 45 (-4.3). His own healing lead him to become an expert in treating osteoporosis from a functional and integrative perspective. Since his diagnosis, Dr. McCormick has dedication his professional life to developing an effective treatment to this chronic disorder. His book, The Whole-Body Approach to Osteoporosis, is The Definitive Guide to improving bone strength and reducing bone fracture risk. His goal is to establish the right plan for you to achieve a healthier, more active life. Dr. McCormick continues to compete regularly in marathons and triathlons as is a top finisher in his age class.
Irma Jennings, INHC, Holistic Bone Coach went from the board room on Wall Street to the cutting board in her kitchen after being diagnosed with osteopenia in 2005. She was given one choice: “take the drugs”. This injected her into the marrow of her own bones studying Food As Medicine. Now Irma offers her “food-first solution” to those diagnosed with osteopenia and osteoporosis. Her bones have not become osteoporotic. Irma was featured in the PBS special “Stronger Bones – Longer Life” DVD with Dr. Lani Simpson. Irma is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and blogs monthly on Food for Healthy Bones.