Home >> Tips of Health
How to Prevent Osteoporosis

  Its not always necessary to wait for an illness to manifest to start taking preventative action. Some diseases we cant avoid, but others we can prevent. One of the most prolonged diseases is osteoporosis.


  1. Familiarize yourself with the benefits of calcium. This nutrient is very important; without it the body cannot make strong bones. Osteoporosis is the consequence of decalcification of the bones.

  2. Use the nutritional information to learn what inhibits the accumulation of calcium in your body. Learn a little about what you should eat and about the calcium-rich foods available where you live.

  3. Increase your intake of calcium-rich foods. Contrary to popular belief, calcium does not exist solely in milk. This should come as a relief to those with lactose intolerance. You can find calcium in certain fruit, like figs, raisins, and dates. Oatmeal and wheat also have a significant amount of calcium.

  4. Educate yourself about who has the highest probability of developing osteoporosis.

  Women have four times the likelihood of getting it, compared to men.

  Many medications can impede the absorption of the calcium your bones need.

  5. Exercise. Exercise appears to facilitate the absorption of calcium while improving circulation.

  6. Avoid consuming calcium disproportionately to magnesium. Too much magnesium can inhibit the absorption of calcium. Too little magnesium can lead to a condition called hypomagnesemia. You will find magnesium in dried fruits, sprouts, and lentils.

Online booking
Map and landmark
The online survey