Milk Is Not Everything

Apparently, there are many ways that we can do to protect the integrity of our 206 bones. Time for other food source to save our bones, especially those who are over 50 years, have a family history of osteoporosis, or women who have experienced menopause.

Almonds have a complete calcium for strong bones. With just 1 ounce, or about 1 handfull of almonds provides 70 mg of calcium. Try to eat a roasted almonds or used it as a topping on salads, ice cream, or yogurt.

Drink a cup of tea every day. This fact is obtained from a study of 1256 women with age range 65-76 years who have experienced an increase in bone density by 5% because of their habit of drinking tea every day. In another study, the tea can also lower the risk of fractures by 10-20%. Another study of 1,000 men and women also find similar facts. Anyone who regularly drank tea (especially green tea) proved to have denser bones than those who do not drink.

Start gardening vegetables and fruits. Researchers found gardening are closely related to the reduced risk of osteoporosis in 3310 women aged 50 and over. Turn off our lawn mower, start using our shovels. Then proceed with pulling out the grass, sweeping the garden and pushing the cart full of leaves and grass that we have collected while enjoying the harvest of our own.
Take advantage of the sunlight. 6 a.m. to 9:00 pm sun exposure (without sunscreen) for 15 minutes is enough time to form our bodies need of vitamin D which is needed by the bones. In addition, exposure to sunlight will also give effect to the hormone melatonin which helps us improve our mood.

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