Fighting Osteoporosis in Menopause- 3 Things to Do TODAY!

Declining Oestrogen levels are the greatest contributor to bone weakening and loss during Menopause. In fact, Osteoporosis derives its name from the Greek meaning of “Porous Bone.” As self- aware and health conscious women, we must take steps now to stop, reverse, and manage this disease which can lead to dangerous and painful breaks and fractures and will ultimately cause a significant decline in our quality of life. The tips below can help you get started on the road to happy-bone health!

  1. Strength Training Exercise

Engaging in Strength training exercise assists in building and maintaining bone mass. Try step aerobics, hand-weight lifting, or even jogging.

  1. Getting your RDI (Recommended Daily Intake) of Calcium AND Vitamin D
    Taking a Calcium Supplement of at least 1,000mg along with 1,000mg of Vitamin D (Your body needs the Vitamin D in order to absorb the Calcium optimally) will help your body to maintain the health of your bones.
  2. Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy

Bio-Identical Hormones are natural; plant derived hormones that mimic our naturally produced hormones. Oestrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone and DHEA are all believed to have healthy bone density properties.

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