8 Tips for Healthy Bones 1. Strength Training 2. Healthy Diet 3. Knowledge is Key 4. Annual Check-Ups 5. Healthy Weight 6. Safety 7. Take Advice from Your Doctor 8. Bone Density Test for Women of Age 65+ Recommendations : Increase the Volume of Protein in your intake. for e.g Start to take Nutrilite Natural Protein and Bone Health Calcium in your milk... You will See Sudden Effects in Few Months Only. Live A Better Life! Live Healthy! http://www.swimhealth.net
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!
Having a bone density test is important so that you will know if you have normal bone density, low bone density, or osteoporosis. Knowing your bone density is the only way osteoporosis can be diagnosed. If you have a lower bone density, there is a higher risk of sustaining a fracture.
Osteoporosis......A Silent Disease. Osteoporosis is a disease where a person has a very low bone mass & density and the chances of getting fractures are very high causing acute pain. What a Bone Mass Density(BMD) Test Can Do? - A Bone Mass Density Test tells you if you have normal bone density or low bone density (which can be osteopenia or osteoporosis). IT IS THE ONLY TEST THAT CAN DIAGNOSE OSTEOPOROSIS. The lower your bone density, the greater your risk of breaking a bone.