Can Osteoporosis be cured completely?

Answered on January 03, 2014
Created November 26, 2013 at 12:49 PM

How to treat Osteoporosis? Treatment & symptoms for Osteoporosis.

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on January 03, 2014
at 08:29 PM

I'm 20, but I have been researching Vitamin K2 and it seems to be the holy grail or missing ingredient for calcium use correctly in the body :) I'll link you up!



on November 28, 2013
at 11:52 AM

Osteoporosis is a disease that causes the bones in our body to become fragile and prone to breaking. After 40s osteoclasts take over and our bones gradually lose their density. This is when osteoporosis and broken bones can occur. Osteoporosis particularly affects women after menopause and in their later years, although some men are also affected. Activity and a healthy diet rich in calcium and vitamin D can help prevent osteoporosis. There is no cure for osteoporosis, there are steps you can take to prevent, slow or stop its progress. There is a range of drug treatments available to help reduce the risk of breaking a bone and most will decrease the risk of fracture by about 50%. Milk does a body good, but there are plenty of foods and nutrients that can improve your bone health.

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