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As we grow older its common for many of us to slow down a bit. Your energy levels are lower and maybe you move a little less than you used to. Sitting down seems like a natural thing to do in order to take a load off those weary bones of yours. So you would think. Of course I am not saying don't rest. As we get older and less active we begin to loose bone density. Why is it important to care about your bone density you say. I am glad you asked.
Your bones store calcium, protect organs, anchor muscles, and provide overall structure to the body. When your bone density is porous you have a higher chance of osteoporosis and fractures. So what can you do about it? How can you prevent loss of bone density?
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