John Jaquish, PhD is an inventor, author and scientist. After successfully reversing his mother's Osteoporosis as part of his Doctoral Dissertation in Biomedical Engineering research at Rushmore University, he conducted four years of testing with human subjects focused on user comfort, biomechanics and optimal musculoskeletal stimulation. Next, the device he designed was put into production and has since been placed in over 240 clinics worldwide.
Join me as I ask John:
* Are there foods or other behaviours that negatively impact bone density?
* Is dairy good or bad for bone calcium?
* How long does someone need to spend at OsteoStrong before they feel the benefits?
* How much time would people need to use the X3?
* His ingredients for a happy recipe for life!
You’ll also hear:
* The genesis of his research into Osteoporosis, and his findings.
* What causes cellulite.
* What new research into exercise techniques is revealing.
* The unique properties of Calcium in the body.
John is passionate about his work and the research behind it - it rings true with great stuff like this from him:
“Everybody’s looking for a shortcut. I believe in shortcuts, but I don’t believe in shortcuts with information. You’ve got to understand what you’re doing.”
You can find out more about John Jaquish at https://www.JohnJaquish.com. Plus, John is offering a special deal for our Recipes For Life podcast listeners - you get 10% off when you go to https://www.X3bar.com and type in ‘Paleo X3’. That's all you need to do to get 10% off the X3 Bar.
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