Bone health for all

Your genes determine the potential size and strength of your skeleton, but that doesn’t mean your bone health is out of your control. There are things you can do to help your bones stay strong and healthy, and to reduce your risk of osteoporosis and broken bones.

Bone tissue is alive and constantly changes through life to make sure it stays as healthy as possible. You can support your body as it builds and maintains your bones by:

  • eating the right foods
  • being active
  • leading a healthy lifestyle.

This will help to keep your bones strong and healthy for as long as possible.


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