4 Tips for Healthy Bones and Teeth


We all know that getting enough calcium helps us to build strong bones. Milk and dairy products are considered to be the best source of calcium. Here are 4 tips for having healthy teeth and strong bones:

1. Substitute dairy products with non-dairy sources of calcium
High intake of dairy products increases the risk of prostate and colon cancer. Try not to consume more than two servings of dairy products per day. Experiment with some non-dairy alternatives, also rich in calcium, such as leafy vegetables, broccoli, orange juice, soy milk and tofu.

2. Control your Vitamin A intake
High levels of Vitamin A may weaken bones, so don’t go overboard with fortified milks, energy bars and cereals. Beta-Carotene is a good substitute for Vitamin A – one that doesn’t harm bones.

3. Make sure you get enough Vitamin D
Vitamin D boosts bone health. If you live in a northern country or have little sun exposure, you should definitely consider taking extra supplements to meet your daily needs.

4. Stay Active
Strong bones need to be used regularly. Try focusing on weight-bearing exercises such as walking and jogging.

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