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Causes of Bone Shrinkage And Risk Factors Revealed

April 4, 2012

Women experiencing bone shrinkage, often linked to menopause and aging, can find new information in a resource just published by aging health authority, AgingFit.com. The comprehensive resource reveals the hormonal and dietary causes of bone density loss and reveals how to fight it.

Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) April 04, 2012

The online health and wellness authority for aging health issues, AgingFit.com, has just released a new information resource that delves into the causes and risks associated with low bone density levels in women.

“Bone loss poses a serious risk to long term health,” said Glen Greenbaum, with the site, and the resource provides an easy to follow study into its causes and effects.

Typically associated with hormonal changes brought about during menopause, the site reveals age and heredity play an important role in causing bone loss as well.

Additionally, dietary measures are discussed that can help prevent bone loss and avoid the health problems associated with letting density levels deteriorate unchecked such as fractures, lack of mobility, osteoporosis, or even paralysis

Visitors are encouraged to browse the information on skeletal bone health and take action to stop shrinkage immediately.

In addition to the women´s guide for maintaining healthy bones, visitors can sign up to receive their exclusive foods that heal guide with free diet tips to promote maximum health and combat common health problems.

The popular health website covers a number of common health topics including anti-aging tips, promoting cardiovascular health, pain management, digestive, mental and sexual health guides.

Contact:

Glen Greenbaum, Health Expert

http://www.agingfit.com

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/4/prweb9357618.htm


Source: prweb



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