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Healthy bones

Bone health depends on many factors: genetic make-up, nutrition, vitamin D (see previous blog), other hormones, life style factors such as activity & exercise.

Older age osteoporosis is a major problem and leads to a higher risk of fractures, with associated major disability and even worse..

Weight-bearing exercise is important to build stronger bones when we are growing, and to maintain bone strength as we age. A combination of regular activity, cardiovascular exercise and whole body resistance training will cover your general fitness needs including your bone health.

Speak to an exercise professional to ask for a suitable exercise routine; speak to your GP if you think you may have osteoporosis or wish to commence exercise with an established diagnosis.

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