Bone Loss and Osteoporosis Dietary Program

Thin, brittle bones characterize the disease known as osteoporosis, often called a 'silent' disease because it develops slowly - without symptoms - over decades. Most people don't discover they have osteoporosis until a rib cracks or a bone breaks.

This is not a problem strictly confined to older age or to women; everyone should be concerned about bone loss.
 
Lifetime peak bone mass should be achieved by the age of 30, but in recent times that's no longer true. To achieve optimal bone mass you need more than just calcium. Evidence suggests magnesium and vitamin D are also essential for building and maintaining strong, healthy bones throughout life.

Dr. Shalita and our nutritionist will help you discover where you currently stand concerning your bone health issues and how to make changes to insure better bone health.