Breaking a bone may be common in childhood, but bone density issues are causing broken hips, wrists and even spines in adults. Here's how to protect your bone health.
Knee replacements, hip replacements, stooped shoulders... these do NOT have to be a fact of growing older.
We all want strong bones, but aside from paying attention to calcium and magnesium, most of us don't know what else to do.
But there are more answers than you think and even better, they are EASY to fit into your lifestyle!
Weak bones are the reason that people break hips or walk hunched over. Osteoporosis is the official diagnosis, but you can have weak bones long before your doctor mentions you have a problem.
Osteoporosis means you have porous bones that are more susceptible to breaking, and it's more common than you think.
The National Osteoporosis Foundation estimates that over half of all Americans over the age of 55 suffer from osteoporosis!
There is no doubt that bone health becomes important as you get older, but the decline in your bone density starts years earlier, and it affects men as well as women.
Here are 8 key steps to keep your bones healthy:
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Instead, follow the 80/20 rule, where 20% of each meal is protein and the other 80% is made up of vegetables.
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These tips are some of the best ways that you can build bone density and reverse bone loss if you are already experiencing it. But don't wait until it's too late... start NOW by making these simple changes in your lifestyle and diet.
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Osteoporosis Statistics, National Osteoporosis Foundation. http://www.nof.org/osteoporosis/diseasefacts.htm