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Bone Health

By February 23, 2018October 12th, 2021Nutrition Education, Videos

Bone Health

In this video Maria discusses bone health and how to keep your bones strong as we age. Maria sees many clients suffering from Osteoporosis and Osteopenia and she has great tips on reversing bone loss on a ketogenic diet!

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Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 20 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of several books including "Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet.".


  • This is why we shouldn’t be buying calcium supplements anymore! Thank you Maria.

  • Charm says:

    Thanks, Maria, for your information on bone health! I have a question for a future discussion. I have a condition call “Physiological Insulin Resistance”. In my journeys with both doctors and Dr. Google, nothing much can be done for this, but now I have high blood sugar most of the time. There is very little discussion about this and it is hardly mentioned anywhere unless you go looking for it on the internet. When I first started the keto diet and for about two years later all went well. Then my low to normal blood sugar just started to go up. It is rarely below 100 in the morning and sometimes as high as 110. It sometimes doesn’t more all day even after the gym/ and or yoga. I’m concerned about all things blood sugar related that could be caused by this although I’ve been told not to worry about it. Could you speak to this on your podcast. Thanks again, Maria for all of the help you provide! I have all of your latest books!

  • Jeanette says:

    Hi Maria, I am so excited that I found you! I have been doing a HFLC diet with marginal weight loss success. When I began following the KETO eating plan, I started to lose weight again. I still have a lot to learn but I’m on my way. I do have a question related to children. I have a 12-year-old daughter who is THE pickiest eater I’ve ever known. I am really worried that she isn’t getting the nutrition she needs through food. Can you recommend some vitamins for her to supplement her extremely limited diet?

  • Martha says:

    Could you address estrogen dominance. 4 sisters and mom have had breast cancer. Younger sister did the gene test and it wasn’t gene related. It’s estrogen

  • Candi says:

    Hello my dear. I am wondering if Keto can help the elderly. I’ve never heard it really addressed. For people 70 plus and a life of eating the American diet with all the adverse effects can they be helped? I have osteopenia for example. Is it too late now to strengthen my bones? Can it help Parkinson’s in someone in their late 70s? Thank you

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      Definitely! We have helped lots of clients over 70. Here is one recent one.
      “Maria/Craig – Thank you both for all that you do for others! BTW, my 91 year old mother who is in late stage Alzheimers is still with us and fully Keto since April and is much more cognitively aware. She is declining physically now but much easier to care for because of her improved cognition.” – Gail

      Here is another good one. 🙂
      “I’m 69 years old and have lost 50 lbs since January. I now weigh less than I did when I was 10 years old. Not only that, my doctor has taken me off ALL of my meds for blood pressure, cholesterol, Gerd and arthritis. I am totally committed to keto eating!” – Anita

      • Candi says:

        Thank you Maria. I am encouraged. I just ordered “KETO” and am looking forward to reading the science behind all of this. Going to go and binge on your YouTube videos now. 🙂
        Thank you so much for your heart of compassion.

  • Kim M. says:

    Hi Maria!
    Would love for you to do a video about metabolism. We have been taught that if we don’t eat frequently, our metabolism will slow down. I have been doing keto for six weeks and find that I only need to eat twice a day and can do intermittent fasting quiet easily. I am concerned that I’m slowing my metabolism by not eating frequently! What is the truth? Thank you!

  • Darcy says:

    Hi Maria, I am so excited to have found you. I just recently purchased your Keto Cleanse book and I am so enjoying reading it. I haven’t starting yet, although I am DF, GF, and already eat fairly low carb. However, I wanted to get your opinion on what you use to sub for eggs in your recipes? Several members of my family have a very strong egg allergy. I want to benefit from your recipes, so I would love your guidance on eggs replacements? I use flax eggs now but I see several of your recipes call for either egg yolks only and eggs plus hard-boiled eggs.

    Thank you for all of the knowledge and passion! You are so very inspirational and you make it very easy to understand.

  • Heather says:

    Is decaf coffee also a bone robber?

  • Simon says:

    Hi Maria and Craig,

    Thank for this video.

    About Keto in general:
    Is intermittent fasting is a must for weight lost?
    Can we be on Keto, no doing intermittent fasting and still lose weight?
    How do you defined intermittent fasting?
    Do you consider 30 days fasting as intermittent fasting?

    We have read all you book except the last one.
    We have it on hand, but time is missing for the reading!
    It will come!
    Do you plan to make an audio version of your last book?

    Thank you very much,

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      No IF is not a must. We just find it comes naturally (eat 2 meals a day) with this lifestyle and has some added benefits that can help you reach your goals faster. You can definitely still reach your goals with this lifestyle without IF.

  • monika says:

    I’d like to ask you a question; I have the exact same build as you and eat quite a bit – probably 1600-2000 calories per day. People call me anorexic and I have struggled in the past, but now I am just eating healthy. I am not restrictive in my calories; only in my food choices, i.e., I eat low-carb, ALMOST keto. I think this is best because of my thyroid and bone issues. Can you please tell me if people say the same about you? Do you also struggle with thyroid and bones? Thank you. And love you for all that you do.

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      It is tough. Fit shaming can be worse than fat shaming. People feel more free to do it. And our perception of what is “normal” weight has been skewed a lot over the last few decades. There is also a double standard. If they see a man with the same relative body fat and muscle ratio they think he looks good. A woman that think its too lean. I know that I am healthy, strong and fit and that is all that matters to me.:)

  • Michele says:

    Hi Maria. I’m a new follower and I love what I’m seeing. My question is about collagen powder. I’m 44 and I need to lose about 20 pounds to be at my goal weight. For about five years, I have had the worst “crunching noise” in my knees. There was no pain until about two years ago. I’ve had an X-ray and an MRI. I was first told it was crepitus and now I’m being told it is a mild case of osteoarthritis, but I promise there is nothing “mild” about it. About a month ago, I began taking approx. 2000mg p/day of Turmeric – my doc said I could safely take 8000mg p/day. I haven’t noticed a difference yet. I have been on again, off again keto for over a year. I’m wondering if collagen powder will help with my pain. The only exercise I do is light swimming because it hurts too much to do elliptical, squats etc…

  • Barb says:

    Hi Maria – new to this ketogenic diet info. I’m 76 and have osteoporosis- my doctor convinced me I should be on Prolia. I’ve taken 3 injections(every 6 months). Just changed doctors and he is fine with the natural plan to manage my osteoporosis – weight training calcium, D-3. My question is which of your cookbooks, programs to I start with.
    Thank you

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