How to Make Your Bones Titanium: Simply Add to Your Diet…
After reaching age 50, the risk of fractures associated with osteoporosis increases. One method of reducing this risk is through proper nutrition.
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Nutritionist Natalia Denisova recommends including dairy products in your diet as they are a source of calcium, essential for healthy bones. It is also recommended to add fish to your diet, which contains protein, calcium and omega-3 fatty acids, which have a beneficial effect on the body.
“If osteoporosis has already been identified, it is important to compensate for calcium deficiency with drug therapy,” the doctor emphasizes.
If increasing the consumption of these foods is not possible or is not effective enough, your doctor may prescribe medications. For timely prevention of osteoporosis, it is recommended to periodically check bone density, advises Natalya Denisova.