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Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D To Prevent Osteoporosis Symptoms?

Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D To Prevent Osteoporosis Symptoms?

Osteoporosis is often a silent disease, as there are virtually no symptoms until a bone fracture occurs. Because of this, many women do not worry about their osteoporosis risk until they are diagnosed. But, you shouldn’t wait until your bones are weak and brittle to give attention to your health.

10 Tips to Fight Osteoporosis

Because 70 percent of our bone destiny is due to heredity, you’re at greater risk for osteoporosis if you have a family history of the disease—but that doesn’t mean you can’t help shape the health of your bones.

We actively build bone until our mid-20s, then we start to slowly lose

Newly Discovered Alpha Lipoic Acid Benefits

The many alpha lipoic acid benefits now include increasing bone mineral density in those with osteopenia, according to results from a recent study. Should this potent antioxidant be a part of your natural treatment plan for building bones?

Feeding Your Bones Means More Than Calcium

When you think about bone nutrition, you probably think of calcium first. And rightly so: A solid body of research suggests that you should meet your daily calcium needs (1,000-1,200 milligrams) for optimal bone health. With 54 million Americans suffering from osteoporosis, it’s important to do all you can to

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