According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, about 10 million Americans have osteoporosis and another 44 million have low bone density which places them at risk of developing osteoporosis. As Baby Boomers age, that number is expected to climb as 10,000 people turning 65 every day. In this interview, bone health expert John Neustadt, ND, explains why a bone density scan is not the most clinically important endpoint and how to identify fracture risk in clinical practice. Neustadt details his whole-person approach to reducing fracture risk that includes medications, diet, lifestyle, environmental, and dietary supplements.
Approximate listening time: 35 minutes
Continuing Education Credits Available
This podcast interview qualifies for 0.5 general continuing education (CE) units. The Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine has approved this educational content for 0.5 “general” CE units for naturopathic physicians. Naturopathic physicians licensed in any U.S. state except California may obtain general CE by listening to this podcast and completing a 10-question test on the material contained within the clinical topic. Click the button below to take the test for FREE, thanks to an educational grant from Nutritional Biochemistry, Inc. (NBI). Upon successful completion, you will receive an email confirming you passed. This CE approval may also qualify for the CE requirements of other practitioner types.
About the Expert
John Neustadt, ND, received his naturopathic doctorate from Bastyr University. He was founder and medical director of Montana Integrative Medicine and founder and president of Nutritional Biochemistry, Inc. (NBI) and NBI Pharmaceuticals. Neustadt is a medical expert for TAP Integrative, a nonprofit organization educating doctors about integrative medicine. He has published more than 100 research reviews and was recognized by Elsevier as a Top Ten Cited Author for his work. Neustadt’s continuing-education podcast on Insomnia: An Integrative Approach is available for free through the Natural Medicine Journal.
About the Sponsor
NBI was started by John Neustadt, ND, in 2006 when he couldn’t find formulas he needed for his patients. NBI’s clinically validated products unlock people’s full health potential. NBI products solve 2 problems he was having. Existing products didn’t contain the dose or combination of nutrients used in clinical trials and shown to work. Equally frustrating, other companies would cite studies on their websites, but then use lower amounts of nutrients than what was used in the study or use entirely different nutrients that weren’t supported by the research. Neustadt’s approach to formulating product is based on more than 2 decades of clinical research, clinical work with patients and has published more than 100 research reviews and 3 books and was recognized by Elsevier as a Top Ten Cited Author in the world for his work.
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