Bone density changes in our bodies becuase of our changes in our metabolism. When we eat differently, it may effect our bones to become quite low if we don’t eat enough vitamins. We need to eat calcium and vitamin D in order for our bones to be healthy and thriving. Sometime, we may have a healthy bone up until age 30 we can see some serious effects.
As we get older, our metabolisms change significantly, affecting our living tissue. Bone is a living tissue much like our muscles or vital organs. As we age, our bone mass changes along with many other parts of our bodies. Women are particularly susceptible to changes in bone density, especially during the years immediately following menopause.
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