How to avoid or prevent Osteoporosis
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Osteoporosis is a condition that makes your bones weak and fragile. The Osteoporosis is the reduction in bone density that can cause bones to weaken due to calcium loss. This presentation shows you ...

Osteoporosis is a condition that makes your bones weak and fragile. The Osteoporosis is the reduction in bone density that can cause bones to weaken due to calcium loss. This presentation shows you some tips to avoid, prevent or delay osteoporosis, and what supplements you should take to keep your bones healthier.

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  • 1. by weightlossworld.co.uk
  • 2. Menopause and OsteoporosisMenopause is a difficult time for many women: Hot flashes, loss of libido and mood swings due to hormonal imbalance.Osteoporosis is the reduction in bone density that can cause bones to weaken.Risk of fractures increasesYou can delay or prevent osteoporosis.
  • 3. How to prevent or delayosteoporosisSupplementation plays a key role of a osteoporosis- prevention plan along with a Lifestyle changes aloneEating healthierDo more exerciseTake the correct supplements
  • 4. Bone Health = Calcium?Calcium is essential supplement to avoid weakness and loss of bone.Taking calcium can help preserve bone mass and guard against bone fractures.But, calcium alone is not the answer to osteoporosis prevention, says Dr. Holt who wrote “The Antiporosis Plan”.
  • 5. Bone Health = Calcium?There are many bone-boosting nutritional substances that have been shown to improve the density of bones. Which are they?
  • 6. Bone-boosting nutritionalsubstancesVitamin D – add absorption and retention to help the body make better use of bone supplement.Phosphorus – increase bone density and boost strengthIpriflavone –Create bone cells that make bones denser and stronger.Vitamin K – taking vitamin K in conjunction with calcium to get the maximum benefit.
  • 7. Bone-boosting nutritionalsubstancesZinc – Slow bone loss, it should be taken with other elements, copper.Magnesium - help post-menopausal women retain bone density.
  • 8. HEALTH BENEFITS OF CELERY ONTHE BONES Long, lean stalks of celery look just like bones—and theyre good for them, too. Celery is a great source of silicon, which is part of the molecular structure that gives bones their strength. Vitamin K A large stalk of celery contains 18.8 The shape of Foods mcg of vitamin K, help our organs? Calcium One large stalk of celery contains 26 mg of the essential mineral calcium
  • 9. ConclusionIt is never too soon to start an osteoporosis- prevention plan: Building bone mass early in life with a healthy diet, exercise and the correct supplementation can help delay many effect due to osteoporosis, prevent dealing with a fracture and reduce mobility.
  • 10. Best Supplements for Healthy Bones (in the UK)
  • 11. ConclusionIt is never too soon to start an osteoporosis- prevention plan: Building bone mass early in life with a healthy diet, exercise and the correct supplementation can help delay many effect due to osteoporosis, prevent dealing with a fracture and reduce mobility. Visit our website: www.weightlossworld.co.uk