on June 07, 2012
at 11:27 PM
No links here, just this information:
- Get vitamin D replete. This is a big one. If I had a broken bone anywhere, I'd be taking 5000 IU a day.
- Get enough calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus. Supplementing calcium and magnesium is probably wise, as it can be a challenge to get enough of these in your diet if you are not eating dairy.
- Eat nutrient-dense, protein sufficient foods. You can use websites like cronometer to track your nutrient intake from foods and monitor your calcium intake this way. (Okay, so there is one link :) )