Osteoporosis and

Hormonal Imbalance


Too much or too little of certain hormones in the body can contribute to osteopenia and osteoporosis. Hormones tell the body what to do, causing millions of effects each day for instance, they tell the heart how fast to pump and the bones how quickly to grow. Each gland has its own purpose in regulating certain areas of the body. There is a strong interdependence between all of hormones. When one hormone is released, it affects many other hormones. This works by extensive feedback loops.

You’ve probably heard that women are prone to losing bone during menopause. For the most part, nature has provided healthy women with ample bone mass to accommodate this premenopausal and menopausal bone loss, but some women can end up with dramatically less bone mass than when they began the transition — up to 20% for a few women. Why is this so?

In this program you we’ll learn:

  • Osteoporosis and Sex Hormones

  • Osteoporosis and Adrenal Glands

  • Osteoporosis and Thyroid Imbalance

  • Osteoporosis and Chronic Kidney Disease

  • How all these gland affect your bones