Osteoporosis & Healthy Bones

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The condition of osteoporosis or (porous bones) affects at least one in two women over the age of 50 in the UK.  As women enter the menopause, the risk of osteoporosis increases.  A disease which leads to a deterioration in bones and their structure which could result in fractures.  Some of the common sites are hips, legs, arms and the vertebrae of the spine, which could result in a reduced quality of life. Exercise has been known to improve bone health and research studies show that a high, free resistance training of the upper body, together with higher impact activities of the lower body as being effective for improving bone mass.

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