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osteoporosis treatments menopause

If diet and exercise aren’t enough to stop osteopenia from becoming osteoporosis, or if you’ve suffered an osteopenic fracture, it may be time to discuss medical interventions with your doctor.

nutrition menopause protein

How much protein do women need, and what are the best ways to get it? Nutrition Coach Michelle Cartmel gives us pointers on protein.

exercise midlife menopause motivation

Exercising regularly is not just a matter of better scheduling or more willpower. It’s accessibility, privacy, convenience, affordability, time...hear how one woman is breaking down barriers to exercise with a unique, powerful device.

arthritis joint pain menopause aging

What’s the connection between menopause and arthritis? And how can women manage joint and arthritis pain to maintain healthy, happy, active lives?

back pain midlife menopause

Back pain may be common, but it isn’t normal. It isn’t inevitable, either. Read more from our PTs on back pain – causes and countermeasures.

vitamin d menopause

How much vitamin D do we need? What do we need it for? Vitamin D helps guard against brittle bones but also possibly depression, high blood pressure, and obesity. Make sure you’re getting enough.

build bone strength

Up to half of women over 50 will suffer a bone break due to osteoporosis. You can strengthen bones with diet and exercise, so check out these tips on how to build those bones.

osteoporosis menopause bone density

Starting around our mid-20s, we don’t build bone as quickly, so it’s important to maintain the bone you’ve got. Read up on osteoporosis, bone density, and why gravity is your friend.

want better bones stomp jump plank lift strain dance run

Want better bones? Stomp, jump, plank, lift, strain, dance, and run Yes, that sounds a little like roll call at Snow White’s gym—but it may also be a good way to protect your bones as you age. Let’s talk bones. […]

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