Osteoporosis causes bones to become weak and brittle, and affects women more often than men, especially women who are past menopause.
Eating the right foods at any age can help prevent bone loss or strengthen already weak bones. 365 more words
In two separate studies published recently in the BMJ, New Zealand researchers concluded that increased calcium intake, through diet or supplements, is unlikely to have clinically meaningful effects on bone density or fracture prevention. 171 more words
We advocate that as you age monitoring your body composition and re-assessing your physical activity and diet need to become even more important, as this is when the first signs of trouble will appear. 723 more words