We may get older, but it's never too late to take care of our bone health. It's not expensive to maintain bone strength in early age 

Bones typically degrade after the age of 40. With lower estrogen levels, reduced physical activity, low calcium intake and nicotine in your diet, it is difficult to maintain healthy bone mass.

​How to improve bone health?

A strong diet, adequate exercise, and regular healthcare are a few ways to improve bone strength. There are many more ways to keep your bones healthy.

​Calcium, vitamin D Intake

To keep your bones healthy and strong, you should make sure to take the daily recommended amount of calcium and vitamin D.

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As well as taking supplements, make sure there are plenty of calcium rich foods in your diet to help with the bones. Foods like yogurt, soy, fatty fish and milk.

Physical activity

Don't quit physical activity. If you can, go to a gym. If not, there are many things you can do inside the house  like lunges, sit-ups. 

​Say no to caffeine

Caffeine is bad for bone health. A study of people's dietary caffeine consumption has shown that it has a small, but significant effect on the rates of calcium passes in your urine.

​Avoid salt

Experts have shown that people who consume too much salt run the risk of weak bones and osteoporosis. Too much salt can causes hypertension directly related to bone loss.

Avoid Smoking

Multiple scientific studies show that smoking causes the loss of bone mass. Nicotine affects the natural regenerative process in bones  lead to osteoporosis.

Reduce Alcohol Consumption

Drinking alcohol can have a negative effect on bone health. Alcohol consumption inhibits the body's ability to absorb calcium properly and lead to bone decay.