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Calcium and Vitamin D Combination to Reduce Osteoporosis Risk

Understanding Osteoporosis Chart - A woman in midlife will be able to get sufficient calcium in her diet without putting on weight. Menopausal women need to consume 1,200 milligrams of calcium daily. 3 glasses of 1% to skim milk provides up to 900 milligrams. The remainder could easily be provided via calcium-rich and calcium-fortified foods. Foods fortified with vitamin D and calcium is growing. Ex. orange juice, soy milk, yogurt, cereal, crackers, breakfast bars, bread, and even pancakes.

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Boron Uses: Boosts Bone Density and Much More

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Exercises for strong bones, by the National Osteoporosis Foundation. Why women should do weight training. No, it won't bulk you up or make you look manly. It sure helps reduce the risk of breaking your bones after 60!

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How to Become a Runner Even if You Think You Hate Running

How to Become a Runner Even if You Think You Hate Running - http://www.cosmopolitan.com/health-fitness/how-to/a47277/how-to-start-running/

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Smoking Increases the Risk of Osteoporosis in Men: People often think of women and #osteoporosis, but new research from National Jewish Health shows that men are affected too. Male smokers (or past smokers) have lower bone density and a higher risk of bone fractures, and are more likely to break a vertebra than to develop prostate #cancer. Learn why our doctors recommend that men with a smoking history should be screened for osteoporosis. #prostatecancer #healthinfographic #infographic

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Foods that contain calcium. Our body needs calcium to maintain strong bones and to carry out many important functions.

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