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Act now before it's too late! Stop these three things right away if you want to protect your bone health
Written by SOT.COM.AL 19 Maj 2022
Each of us has been reprimanded at least once during our childhood for not wanting to drink milk. Occasionally, seniors suggest that we include milk in our daily meals, even in adulthood.
Have you ever wondered what is the reason they recommend milk so much? It's calcium. Needless to say, our bone health deteriorates over time. And bone health is not given enough importance. It's time to make changes now, before it's too late.
Here are some things to avoid to maintain bone health:
Smoking and alcohol
And yes, not just for the health of your bones, but for the overall longevity of smoking. According to the National Center for Biotechnological Information (NCBI), smoking contributes to bone loss and fractures. And this is probably due to the interference with estrogen, calcium and vitamin D.
Smoking is responsible for poorer bone balance and is a major risk factor for bone loss. On the other hand, if you consume excess alcohol, then your body’s caliber is hindered from absorbing and regulating calcium, vitamin D and hormones. Moreover, it can increase the chances of losing bone density and breaking them.
Too much salt
According to the NCBI, high salt intake is not only associated with osteoporosis and urinary calcium loss, but is also associated with many pathological conditions such as hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and calcium stones in the kidneys.
Foods like chips, popcorn, may be the ones with the highest amount of salt. To maintain balance, you do not need to completely remove salt, but your daily amount should be less than 2300 milligrams of sodium.
Canned / processed foods
The link between highly processed foods and reduced bone quality has been confirmed by researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. While canned food makes our lives easier by saving us time, it can also result in bone inflammation if consumed daily. Also, some of the packaged foods are very responsible for bone inflammations. Even some of the healthiest vegetables like mushrooms, sweet potatoes, tomatoes and eggplants can also result in bone inflammation.