Them Bones, Them Bones
By Andrew Stark . Published 2022-05-06BOLD-Wellbeing
Five things to support good bone health
- Remember your calcium
- Vitamin D
- Eat plenty of fruit and veg
- bold text Caffeine is considered to reduce your body’s ability to absorb calcium so it’s best to have a balanced approach to your daily latte and not have too many mugs. Caffeine can also be found in some fizzy drinks, some of which will contain phosphoric acid. Whilst some phosphorous is okay, too much can adversely affect the way the body absorbs vitamin D. so again, moderation is the by-word. Better still grains, seeds and nuts are a great, natural source.
- Stay active and exercise
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