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Oct Series: Protecting Your Bones

Protecting Your Bones

Exercise plays a dual role in fighting the effects of osteoporosis.

First, it can help preserve the bone strength you still have.

Second, it improves coordination and balance, which can prevent the falls that

could lead to fractures.


A study by Harvard researchers found that women who walked more than four hours per week had a significantly lower risk of hip fractures than women who walked less

than an hour per week.


While exercise, like diet, can't rebuild bone to the extent that medicine can, it might contribute to small increases in the bone density. However bone density is not the only reason to work out. Regular exercise also lessens your chances of getting heart

disease, lowers blood pressure, helps prevent diabetes, reduces the risk for colon cancer, breast cancer, improves mood and adds years to your life. If these health benefits came in a pill, people would be clamoring for a prescription.


Now is the time to take action and get yourself started on a proper exercise and nutritional program.


Contact me directly through my website to register for my online group training for 1

week complimentary and see if this is right for you!


Your Health Coach,

Christine!




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