Most of us don't spend too much time fretting about our bones. Not only can we not directly see them, but thinking about your bones seems like something you only have to deal with when you're older. However, you might not realize it, but there are a number of everyday habits that could hurt your bone health. Although you might not feel the repercussions now, you won't want to suffer the consequences later.
NOT GETTING ENOUGH SUNLIGHT
Many people know that spending time outside gives you a boost of Vitamin D, which is a critical nutrient when it comes to your bone health. Vitamin D plays an important role in protecting your bones, both by helping your body absorb calcium and by supporting muscles needed to avoid falls.
BEING A COUCH POTATO
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October - December 2018