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Help Maintain your Bones Strong

Bone mineral density is the amount of bone mineral in the bone tissue. The amount of decline in bone density can begin in the early 30s and progress at over 65 years of age. Good news is that the amount of bone mineral decline can be slowed through exercises. Exercises that involve impact, strength exercises and weight bearing exercises will help prevent bone mineral density decrease and help reduce risk of fractures. This can be done with simple exercises such as squats, lunges, balance exercises 3x a week. Below are some exercises that you can follow.




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