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Are there things I can do myself to treat bone loss?
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Dr. Wayne Ingram
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Yes
Make sure that your daily calcium and vitamin d ingestion meets the recommended requirements.
Additionally, weight bearing or anti-gravitational exercise such as walking is a good way to prevent further bone loss and stimulate new bone formation.

In brief: Yes
Make sure that your daily calcium and vitamin d ingestion meets the recommended requirements.
Additionally, weight bearing or anti-gravitational exercise such as walking is a good way to prevent further bone loss and stimulate new bone formation.
Dr. Wayne Ingram
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Dr. CESAR HOLGADO
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: Osteoporosis
Supplementing with strontium to the other mentioned regimens also will help increase bone mass.
Avoid sodas with phosphoric acid. Your body has to neutralize this acid by taking calcium from your bones. An adequate vitamin d level is essential. You can read up more on this at www.Mercola.Com.

In brief: Osteoporosis
Supplementing with strontium to the other mentioned regimens also will help increase bone mass.
Avoid sodas with phosphoric acid. Your body has to neutralize this acid by taking calcium from your bones. An adequate vitamin d level is essential. You can read up more on this at www.Mercola.Com.
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