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This articles helps readers learn how to keep our bones strong. What should we avoid eating and how to keep our diet rich in calcium and vitamins. Our bones are living too and we need to maintain its strength to prevent ourselves from future problems such as Osteoporosis. As we age our bones loses Calcium, its vital for us to introduce dairy products in our daily routine. Eveyday exercise is also very important as it helps our bones grow .
Published by m- 2 234 months ago in Bone Health & Bone Disease | +0 votes | 0 comments
Osteoporosis means weakening of bones. Approximately one out of three women over 50 will have a fracture due to osteoporosis as will one out of five men over 50. Although genetic factors largely determine the size and density of your bones, lifestyle factors such as good nutrition, regular exercise, and avoiding smoking and excess alcohol also play a key role. It is possible to slow down the bone loss or osteoporosis with the help of good nutritious diet. We might call it osteoporosis friendl...
Published by Amera Khanam 83 months ago in Bone Health & Bone Disease | +4 votes | 4 comments
Why is bone health important? Bone health is important so that your bones will be healthy and strong throughout your lifetime. It is especially important to build strong and healthy bones in the childhood and teen years to avoid osteoporosis and other bone problems later in life. Osteoporosis is a condition in which bones are fragile, making them fracture or break much easier. Taking care of your bones when youÂ’re
Published by Usman Majeed 94 months ago in Bone Health & Bone Disease | +11 votes | 15 comments
Osteoporosis mainly affects women, as the bone mass of men is 30% greater than women. This slow disintegration is due to lack of calcium which results in the increased fractures, loss of height, pain in the hip and back, and spinal curvature.
Published by Ron Siojo 95 months ago in Bone Health & Bone Disease | +12 votes | 8 comments
Osteoporosis is a bone density disease, which can affect any bones in the body, the most common areas for fractures are: wrist, spine, and hip. The disease is caused by the inability of the body to regenerate new bones to replace degenerating bones.
Published by carol roach 100 months ago in Bone Health & Bone Disease | +4 votes | 0 comments
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