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How to keep your bones healthy

Each month, women’s wellbeing expert Henrietta Norton discusses an area of women’s health and offers her perspective and advice. Here, she looks at ways to reduce the risk of osteoporosis as you enter the menopause

Currently, I am transitioning through the menopause and have been told that I will be at a greater risk of osteoporosis. So, what can I do? Healthy bones are created with a fine balance between bone formation and bone breakdown (measured by Bone Mineral Density or BMD). After the age of 30, bone formation slows down and bone breakdown increases.

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