Tag: bone loss
Wasabi is to sushi as ketchup is to fries. In addition to spicing up your California roll, this tasty Japanese condiment can boost your health and fight chronic diseases like osteoporosis. In fact, wasabi benefits abound.
Want to prevent cavities? It can do that. How about reducing inflammation? It does that,
When it comes to taking amino acids, most people think of body builders. But experts say these 3 amino acids should be part of your natural treatment for osteoporosis.
Healthy Vegan Diet May Promote Weight Loss
Following a vegan diet may promote weight loss and reduce insulin resistance in overweight individuals. A recent 16-week randomized clinical trial, published in the journal Nutrients, examined the role of carbohydrate consumption on body composition and insulin resistance. Seventy-five overweight participants were randomized to
Osteopenia isn’t as serious as osteoporosis—see our posts defining bone loss test scores of osteoporosis -2.5 or osteoporosis -3.0. But it’s also not easy to detect; there aren’t any obvious osteopenia symptoms.
Certain factors, however, can make you vulnerable to osteopenia, meaning that it’s important to preserve your bone density. Specifically,
From dancing with a partner to bike riding, gardening, holding your grandchildren, or simply carrying groceries and laundry, having strong, dependable arms is important to maintaining your quality of life. Arms also play a significant role in fall prevention and maintaining balance.
If you suffer from health issues such as arthritis,
Osteoporosis Drugs Work Best When Taken Consistently
Women with osteoporosis who consistently take medication that prevents further bone loss and/or strengthens bone have a lower risk for fractures than those who take the medication inconsistently, according to a study published in the November 2018 issue of Osteoporosis International. The researchers analyzed Medicare
Surgery may be considered as part of arthritis treatment when medication is no longer enough to manage your symptoms. The decision to head down the surgical route is a balancing act—you’ll need to consider your current symptoms and level of disability, and weigh them against the potential benefits, risks, and
Acrucial weapon in the fight against arthritis is medication that, in some cases, slows disease progression as well as easing pain, maximizing joint function, and improving quality of life. There is no one-size-fits-all solution—trial and error may be required to find the drug (or drug combination) that works for you.
The most basic mission for any healthy eating plan, experts often say, is to incorporate into your diet a variety of foods taken from nature. And fruit certainly makes the cut. If you don’t have diabetes or blood sugar problems, about one-quarter of your meal can be comprised of fruits.