Osteoporosis literally means porous bone. As bones become more porous and fragile, the risk of fracture increases significantly. Surprisingly, while osteoporosis is much more common than other chronic diseases, it tends to receive less public attention, although the effects of certain fractures can lead to disability and death. The situation is aggravated by the fact …
Maintaining bone health
Getting enough calcium and vitamin D in your diet can help maintain bone strength and lessen your risk of developing osteoporosis.
Modern books on wellness management often mention Vitamin D. In today’s publication we’ll find out what Vitamin D is and why sustaining its optimum level is critically important for your health.
What is unique about vitamin D is that we don’t only get with food but can also produce it in our body by being exposed to sunlight.