Bone fragility and fracture risk rises with high-salt diet in women after menopause, independent of bone density. The Japanese study found that women with the highest salt intake were four times more likely to experience a nonvertebral fracture, compared to… Read More
Fibromyalgia may raise the risk of osteoporosis. A condition characterized by widespread pain, fibromyalgia can result in limited mobility and lack of sunlight exposure – factors that increase the likelihood of osteoporosis in a patient.
Osteoporosis is a bone disease… Read More
Time and time again, we are told that for strong bones we need calcium, but with a growing number of individuals who are lactose intolerant, achieving recommended calcium through dietary means can be difficult.
Although calcium is the primary mineral… Read More
Stand tall and proud and consider this: In many ways, our bones define who we are. They give us our size and shape, they also keep us moving and upright. We wouldn’t get very far without them – but when… Read More
Our bones are our body’s foundation. But as we age, they can become weak and prone to breaking. There are numerous ways to keep bones healthy, like taking in the right nutrients, eating a balanced diet and avoiding injury.
Bone … Read More