Osteoporosis Info Posts
Bones play many roles in the body. Bones provide structure, protect organs, store calcium, and anchor muscles. Red blood cells are used to heal, distribute body-wide energy [oxygen], and return the carbon dioxide waste to your lungs to be exhaled.
Bones are also tied directly to your immunity system; bones make white blood cells.
Hearing the words Osteoporosis or Osteopenia from your doctor is not good news. While the conditions are primarily found in older people, Osteoporosis among young people is rising, primarily due to an abundance of modern lifestyle and food choices.
The good news? The condition is avoidable, especially if you start early. And, there are natural solutions.