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Can I Reverse Osteoporosis?


osteoporosis, osteopenia, bone health, bone density

I am asked this question regularly. It is not a yes or no answer. It is possible but very difficult to reverse osteoporosis without medication. Each person is unique and there are numerous factors that come into play such as genetic make-up and medications that you may have been taking which cause bone loss. Because it is difficult to reverse bone loss, your goal should be prevention. Check your bone density regularly so that you can decrease the risk of osteopenia advancing to full blown osteoporosis. This can be accomplished through the right exercise routine, proper food intake and lifestyle changes. Consistency is key. For information about our bone health classes and seminars contact me at caroljmichaels@gmail.com.


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