Women going though menopause and those at high risk of developing osteoporosis should avoid drinking anything containing caffeine. Keep reading to find out why!
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If you haven't considered the health of your bones for the last few years, keep reading! As you get older, you bones need a little extra care to stay strong and healthy. Use these two essential tips to revive old bones and prevent common injuries.
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Some think it's a weed, and others just know it as a wild flower that grows in your garden, on the lawn in front of your house or in the fields at the side of the road, but this pretty little plant has amazing health benefits. It's so powerful that it can prevent low bone density say researchers. Read on to discover how you can prevent further degeneration of your bone health by using this natural... ››› more
The strength and health of your bones relies heavily on what you eat. And that's especially true when it comes to essential vitamins and minerals. But did you know that the amount of protein you eat can either harm or help your bones depending on these minerals? Discover the reason why protein is good for strong bones, and the optimal amount to eat to keep them healthy.
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Salt is the number one food item to avoid to lower your risk of developing osteoporosis. But even though you consciously try to limit your salt intake, there are so many foods that contain hidden salt. Today, discover the culprits so you know what to avoid to spare your health.
Salt strips your bones of minerals and puts you at risk of developing osteoporosis
Dr Linda Massey, a professor of hu... ››› more
Osteoporosis itself isn't a deadly disease, but the results of suffering bone injuries can be fatal! Here's how to keep your bones healthy and strong with a change in your diet…
Bone injuries are the number one risk of osteoporosis
WebMD explains that breaking a single bone can have detrimental effects on your health. Because your bones are weak and brittle when you suffer from osteoporosis,... ››› more
Going green is your best option when it comes to keeping your bones strong and healthy. But we're not talking about saving electricity or reducing your carbon footprint. We're talking about eating all things green and leafy. Here's how you can get strong bones by going green…
Strong bones require calcium, so increase your dietary intake of this essential mineral!
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Not all dairy products are equal when it comes to keeping your bones strong. In fact, research says milk and yoghurt come out tops! Discover what makes these two dairy products so good for your bones and how you can include them into your daily diet for strong bones…
Eating creamy dairy products may actually increase your risk of bone injuries
A Massachusetts study followed participants for ... ››› more
Osteoporosis is a silent epidemic in the sense you don't know you have it until it's too late! Between four and six million people in South Africa will develop osteoporosis in their lifetime. And you could be one of them. That's why it's so important for you to know how to prevent it! Here's how you can change your diet to prevent osteoporosis…
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If you have kidney disease, preventing osteoporosis is going to be tricky. That's because chronic kidney disease often leads to bone disorders like osteoporosis.
You see, when you have kidney disease, calcium accumulates in the kidneys. This happens because your body doesn't absorb the calcium and it just floats in the bloodstream. It then accumulates in the kidneys when your body tries to ... ››› more
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