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How to build stronger bones

Milk is not the only drink that’s good for reducing your risk of osteoporosis….


According to Canadian research, drinking tomato juice regularly may also help build stronger bones. The key ingredient is thought to be the antioxidant lycopene.


Other lycopene-rich sources include:


For strong bones, the UK’s National Osteoporosis Society also recommends a well-balanced diet with plenty of calcium and vitamin D, along with regular weight-bearing exercise (such as brisk walking).


Source: Good Housekeeping magazine


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