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One person in the family who especially requires special health attention is the WOMEN as she is the pillar behind a happy  “Healthier “ family. To achieve a life filled with enjoyment, activity, and vitality healthy bones are essential because of various life stages such as adolescence, pregnancy, lactation, menopause today women’s are in unhealthy bones. 

Just think about your bones for a while, some vision of lifeless, hard, and permanent bones much like the dead bones of a skeleton if we have not healthy bones. However, bones are complex living tissue. They provide structure and support for our muscles, protect our organs, and store 99 percent of the calcium used by the soft tissues of your body for their various functions.

Strong healthy bones depend on a person’s bone Minerals  Density. The greater the bone density, the stronger the bone structure. We reach our maximum bone strength by our early twenties. After the age of 30, our body breaks down old bone faster than it builds new bone. This process speeds up dramatically as menopause approaches and for several years after. As we became age our body absorbs less of calcium and makes less bone-friendly hormones. Our bones become unduly thin if anything interferes with bones reaching their maximum strength or if bones are being chewed up more or if the new bone is put back less effectively. This leads to the weakening of bones. |

The bone-thinning problem can appear very silently, affecting your healthy active lifestyle. Most bone development happens during our formative years, the more calcium we take the more solid our bone function. In earlier years the bone-building process needs to be maximized. During menopause, loss accelerates. This needs to be slowed to prevent the weakening of bone integrity which can lead to fracture.

So choose a calcium-rich and balanced diet. Maximize your calcium stores during early age so as to obtain your maximize peak bone mass. Be physically active every day. Get your bone mineral density tested. To fill the potential calcium gap, take a calcium supplement.