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How can you beat osteoporosis ?

How can you beat OSTEOPOROSIS?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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YOU CAN TAKE IT SERIOUSELY AND MANAGE PROPER DIET CONTROL AND FOOD MANAGEMENT TO BEAT THE TROUBLES CAUSED DUE TO 'OSTEOPOROSIS: IF YOU LIKE MY PREFERENCES YOU CAN ADOPT THEM,HERE THEY ARE:- 1Eat regular meals,specially breakfast 2Getatleast half of an hourof safesunlight everyday.morning sunlight from 7am to 8.30 am and evening sunlight from 5.30m to 7pm is better and doesn't cause any sunburn, 3 avoid alcohol intakes and smoking 4.pregnant women should take calcium supplement regularly' RECOMONDED DOSAGE IS 1,500mg per day or more than it. 5.have milk and milk products,almounds, green leafy vegetables and fruits. regular aerobic exercises,which are impact and weight-bearing workouts. Performing any classical dance in full procedural styles are also helpful, though swimming helps in maintaining flexibility,it doesn't help build bone density , andhence, doesn't prevent osteoporous.
Answered: Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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