Recipes for an Osteoporosis Diet: If you're looking to maintain bone mass and prevent osteoporosis, start with your diet. This article is full of nutritious recipes with bone-strengthening Vitamin D and calcium - and plenty of flavor. | Everyday Health
Osteoporosis, which actually means “porous bones," is often called a silent disease because it has few symptoms. Still, about 54 million Americans have the painful disease. Exercise, like yoga, and eating calcium-rich foods (like low-fat dairy, salmon, and leafy green vegetables) can help you boost your bone health. #Osteoporosis #SeniorHealth #StrongBones #BoneHealth #HealthyBones
Surprising Nutrient Deficiency Linked to Osteoporosis While there’s no doubt that calcium plays a role in the disease, the incidence of osteoporosis is highest in countries with the highest intake of calcium.