In case you missed it, here is Bel Marra Health’s roundup on osteopenia— decreased bone density—featuring information on what factors contribute to bone loss, natural treatment options, anti-inflammatory diet tips for stronger bones, and how psoriasis affects bone density.
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Osteopenia is the decrease in bone density. If you have osteopenia, your bone density may be lower than normal peak level, but it isn’t low enough to be diagnosed as osteoporosis.
Bone density is simply the measurement of how… Read More
Diabetes can increase the risk of bone loss, and the severity of diabetes can determine its impact on bone health. Osteoporosis is a consequence of diabetes, and both diabetes and osteoporosis have a high prevalence in America. The likelihood of… Read More
Even though coffee may stain your teeth, its numerous health perks will make up for that one downside. Coffee has been shown to benefit the liver and reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. Furthermore, it has been… Read More
Osteoporosis is the loss of bone density. It is more prevalent among women, though men can very well be affected by bone weakness, too. We know that exercise – along with a calcium-rich diet – is a great way to… Read More
Osteoporosis, bone loss, and fractures due to radiation have been found to be preventable by consuming dried plums (prunes). The study revealed that consuming dried plums may protect against ionizing radiation, which increases oxidative damage in skeletal tissues and leads… Read More
Lupus – systemic lupus erythematosus – increases the risk of osteoporosis and bone loss. Lupus is an autoimmune disease that is more common among women. Osteoporosis has commonly been seen in lupus patients with risk factors including prolonged use of… Read More
An estimated 15 percent of the adult population in America reports having hearing problems and another 54 million Americans are affected by osteoporosis or low bone mass. Both statistics are important to note, but why exactly are we informing you… Read More