Do you know how much bone mass women can lose in the first six years after menopause? Up to 5%! That can lead to a 20% bone density loss in a decade.
Both men and women experience a decrease in bone strength as they age because the body’s bone-rebuilding process is slowing down.
Bone density loss can lead to a range of issues such as fractures, falls and even osteoporosis; however, these problems don’t have to be inevitable. There are multiple ways to strengthen bones:
- Take vitamin D or get some sun
- Drink a glass of wine
- Get your beauty sleep
- Eat dark, leafy greens
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