Osteoporosis Prevention and Promotion of Quality of Life

The National Osteoporosis Foundation reported that in 2010, 12 million people over the age of 50 are expected to have osteoporosis and another 40 million to have low bone mass. By 2020, it is expected to increase to 14 million cases of osteoporosis and over 47 million cases of low bone mass. This increase in cases could cause the number of hip fractures to double or triple by 2040.

We will run diagnostic tests to see if you have the necessary nutrients for building connective tissue and collagen. In addition we will identify the best calcium supplementation for your body’s needs. The impact of osteoporosis is far reaching. This radio show will focus on osteoporosis prevention and how to slow down age-related bone loss.