Osteoporosis: Exercise and Diet Tips for all Ages

Amelia Phillips

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When we’re in our twenties and thirties often the last thing we think about is the health of our bones, yet one in two women over forty are worried about developing weak or brittle bones. It’s a sharp increase and that’s because osteoporosis affects over 2 million Australians every year.

So maybe we should be paying more attention to our skeletons! Here Kerri-Anne and I discuss some of the crucial factors affecting bone strength (attention all those dieters who think milk is the enemy!). I explain my top diet tips for calcium intake, as well as my favourite exercises to help slow down bone loss as we age.

 

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