STRONG & HEALTHY BONES
Quite some good reasons to pay attention to our bones, aren’t they?
By the end of your adolescent years, you have built up most of your bone mass. And though bone remodeling is a lifelong process, bone tissue withdrawal starts going faster than bone cell „deposit” after the early 30s and so we loose an average 1% of our bone mass each year thereafter. If this process is not attended to properly, you may experience osteoporosis on one hand, while diminishing bones also affect blood cell production and so the body’s immune system at a later stage.
The good news is that following a healthy diet with Calcium and Vitamin D intake together with plenty of physical activity can help keep your bones healthy for life. Because bones are living tissues and they respond to physical activity by growing stronger to support the stress the working muscles cause on them with the constant pulling during exercises.
It makes perfect sense, right?
You may want to give it a try and experience yourself…