Drink Milk? Why Women of All Ages Should Be Concerned About Osteoporosis

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It's not just your grandmother who needs to worry about healthy bones. According to the International Osteoporosis Foundation, women of all ages need to be concerned about calcium consumption.

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World Osteoporosis Day is coming up on October 20th and the
IOF
wants you to know a healthy lifestyle is a great way to avoid developing osteoporosis later in life.

One of the easiest ways to avoid osteoporosis is to ensure you're getting enough calcium: the IOF suggests at least 1000mg a day for women over 19. Also important is regularly performing weight-bearing exercises. We can't think of a better excuse to indulge in a delicious dairy treat. We'll work it off doing reps later!

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