Sodas and Osteoporosis
Sodas just are not healthy!
Unfortunately, so matter what the marketers say, sodas just are not healthy for you. In America we drink way too much soda.
There is just about a pound of sugar in a gallon of soda, and some studies say that the average American drinks 1 gallon of soda a week.
Because of all the sugar, some of us have switched to diet sodas, but diet sodas may also be fattening and bad for our health.
Osteoporosis and Sodas
If you're concerned about osteoporosis, I think it's a good idea to cut back on soda.
In addition, 10 minutes of sunlight a day, weight bearing exercise, and a diet rich in calcium can help to ward off osteoporosis.
But the biggest boost to your bone mineral density may come from avoiding the harsh chemicals in sodas that attack your bones.
Yours in Health,
Charles Inniss, DPT
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