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Orthopedic Health And How It Relates To Your Diet

Your Diet plays an important role in your orthopedic health. The first thing that normally comes to your mind when you think about foods that strengthen your musculoskelital system is probably milk. It isn’t just about dairy, though. While milk is an incredibly efficient way to get your daily calcium intake, there are plenty of other foods to incorporate into your diet for overall bone health.  Diet and nutrition play a key role in bone health and can help you avoid osteoperosis, fractures and much more.

Keeping Joints Fit With Strength Training

 Research shows lifting weights creates denser bones and builds stronger muscles that help stabilize and protect joints. Strength training is the best way to boost your metabolism (and get a sleeker bod, too).

Develop abs of steel. Strong abs are essential to creating overall core strength and balance. Studies show that improving strength and balance are key to preventing falls and protecting joints from damage.