You can take action to strengthen your bones and improve your bone health at any age. The two best things you can do are to eat foods rich in calcium and vitamin D, and to exercise. Eat low or nonfat milk or yogurt, green leafy vegetables, almonds and salmon. Regularly do weight-bearing exercise such as walking, running, jumping rope, or playing basketball.
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Debra Fulghum Bruce PhD, Healthcare, answeredExercise strengthens your bones. Weight-bearing exercises such as walking, jogging, jumping rope, climbing stairs, tennis, and resistance exercises are all crucial to increasing bone mass and preventing osteoporosis (thin bones).
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