The Road to Strong Bones
Developing strong healthy bones is something that should start at a young age, but for some people it just doesn’t happen. Some people never drink milk, or come close to getting the daily intake of vitamins and minerals that help build and maintain these bones. As your get older the concerns grow, and when you hit your golden years it can be a disaster waiting to happen.
Luckily with the advances in medicine and technology there are many calcium supplements, and bone growth formulas available. But even following a few easy daily steps can give you a fighting edge against bone decay and diseases like osteoporosis. This disease is basically proteins and bone micro architecture is disrupted and altered. Osteoporosis later in life is influenced by two important factors;
1.The amount of calcium and vitamins A, D, B12, and other nutrients such as potassium and magnesium you get in your first 30 years of life. You get this by drinking milk, eating other foods such as yogurt, cheese, eggs, red meats, and nuts to name a few.
2.The amount of bone particles you lose in your later years. Women are more prone to osteoporosis then men, but when it comes down to it; everyone needs to stay healthy by incorporating milk into your diet, eating healthy, and working out a few times a week.
Some people are on a hard road to winning the battle against weak bones if they have been diagnosed with being lactose in tolerant. Ways to even the odds if this affects you is to look into some calcium supplements or daily vitamins as a way to keep your bones strong and fit.
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