Most people know that osteoporosis is a skeletal disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration in bone microarchitecture leading to bone fragility and susceptibility to fractures.  What most people don't know is that 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men over the age of 65 will develop osteoporosis.  Even more shocking is that of those people over 50 years old who break a hip, due to osteoporosis, less than 15% of them will be alive one year later!  This is a very serious problem which is getting worse every year!  Obviously, the sooner you address it, the better the outcome for the rest of your life!

Common risk factors for osteoporosis are changing as well.  Belief used to be the general profile for a person at risk of osteoporosis was a petite, white, fair complexioned, light-eyed woman.  Now the risk factors are much broader.  They include:

  • History of abnormal menses
  • History of anorexia, diabetes, Cushing's, hyperthyroid, hyperparathyroidosteoporotic bone
  • Digestive problems such as gallbladder disease, malabsorption, hypochlorhydria
  • Prolonged bedrest, wheelchair bound
  • Women who have never had a full term pregnancy
  • Inadequate calcium or Vitamin D
  • Dietary factors: high protein diet, high caffeine intake, high sodium, high phosphate intake, low calcium
  • Sedentary lifestyles

Along with these risk factors are metabolic factors that promote osteoporosis.  These include:

  • Unbalanced levels of estradiol, progesterone, testosterone
  • Blood Sugar imbalances
  • Essential Fatty Acid imbalances
  • Subclinical infection / Inflammation (pathogens, food sensitivities)

All of which occur in both men and women regardless of size or coloring.

Here at Complete Health Concepts, we specialize in a cutting edge program that incorporates all aspects of healthy bone development.  Our program includes metabolic assessment to determine where your functional imbalances are, natural supplementation to address those imbalances, a state-of-the-art exercise program utilizing whole body vibration to build healthy bone and muscle mass, quickly and efficiently, and pulsed electromagnetic frequency ( a long standing, widely accepted therapy for building bone). Call us today and let us help you become a stronger, healthier more vital you!

Contact Lisa at  lisa@completehealthconcepts1.com or 303-730-0338.  You can also visit Lisa's website at http://completehealthconcepts1.com/index.html  


About Complete Health Concepts...

Complete Health Concepts was founded by Lisa Whaley, CN in 1993 as a private
practice for Nutritional Counseling. Today, Complete Health Concepts
specializes in cutting edge programs for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and
Osteoporosis. We provide nutritional and wellness instruction and private
counseling, public lectures and seminars, corporate wellness programs, as
well as PowerPlate and MRS 2000 training and sales.

Our philosophy emphasizes education so that the client understands how their
body works. We empower them to take personal responsibility by providing
options that fit with their goals. We encourage them with positive
motivation and accountability. We provide protocols based on functional
testing and evaluation, ensuring the best possible improvement in their
overall health and wellness.

Lisa Whaley, CN (Certified Nutritionist) is the founder of Complete Health
Concepts. She has a nursing degree as a Licensed Practical Nurse, an
Associate degree in Veterinary Technology, a BS degree in animal nutrition
and a post-graduate certification in human nutrition.

Lisa is one of a very select group in Colorado that has been trained in the
field of Functional Healthcare. Most recently, she has completed and is
continuing studies in functional evaluations of blood chemistries,
endocrinology, and advanced immunology.

Lisa's heart for healing with both people and animals has been a lifelong
pursuit. It became very personal after a traumatic life-changing injury.
Her approach and compassion are unique because, after years of various types
of therapies, she understands what it's like to have to persevere through
your healing when you don't feel like it. As she says, "I know what it's
like to be blessed with a miracle...not through spontaneous healing, but
through hard work, wonderful support and lots of laughter. I work with
everything from gas to chronic illness, so how much better do think you
could feel if you had me to work with?!""