3. Abandon stimulants
Today, stimulants such as tobacco and alcohol have a huge and very important negative effect on bone health. People often liken them to the "enemy" of bones, which depletes the body of calcium, leading to the risk of bone diseases such as bone loss, fractures and osteoporosis.
According to research, moderate drinkers may benefit bone, but not too much. Because people who drink a lot or are an "alcoholic" people are much more likely to develop osteoporosis than those who drink little or no.
As we all know, there is caffeine in alcohol and drugs that interferes and disrupts the absorption of calcium into the bones. In addition, when drinking too much alcohol or using tobacco excessively, these stimulants will interfere with vitamin D production, disrupt the balance of calcium in the body, reduce bone density, increase the risk of fractures and thereby lead to osteoporosis. In addition, people who drink alcohol can reduce the hormones testosterone and estrogen - hormones that play an important role in bone formation.
Therefore, to make bones stronger, have a strong skeletal system and avoid osteoporosis, stay away from stimulants. Instead, maybe the foods that are rich in calcium and the most beneficial for bone health.