If you’re worried that dietary changes alone might not be enough to keep your bones strong, talk to your healthcare provider. Together you can discuss options for supporting bone health and preventing osteoporosis.
Eat a diet full of plenty of calcium-rich foods, such as yogurt, soybeans, tofu and salmon. Foods high in vitamin D include egg yolks, fatty fish, liver and fortified milk.
Taking care of yourself and your health is not only OK, it’s one of the most important things you can do — for yourself and everyone you love.