Bone health is an important but often overlooked aspect of our body’s overall wellness. Many of us think bones are inert, but they’re living organs that are continually remodelling. How active you are and the type of exercise you get can affect how strong your bones are. Likewise, if you don’t’ get enough activity, your bones will weaken. This can increase your risk for osteoporosis.

Anne Guzman discusses bone health and exercise

For this podcast I’m joined by Anne Guzman (Twitter: @guzmannutrition) who has more than a decade of experience in exercise and health. She’s a Kinesiology graduate, bike racer, personal trainer, podcaster and sports nutrition and performance coach. She has her BoneFit certification from Osteoporosis Canada and is a lifelong learner currently doing her Masters in Science on bone health in cyclists.

During the podcast, Anne discusses the importance of exercise for increasing and maintaining bone health. Whether you’re young or old, new to exercise or a seasoned athlete, Anne’s got some important tips for you.

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