In osteoporosis, bone density is lower, and there is a higher risk of fractures. Pain in the back may be experienced, there may be balance issues, and digestive and urinary problems may occur as organs are compressed. Osteoporosis cannot be cured, but it can be prevented or slowed down. How quickly the bone loss process progresses depends on risk factors and the diet. Insufficient physical activity, inadequate intake of vitamin D and calcium, certain conditions, the use of specific medications, and smoking can accelerate this process.



A dietitian can assist with a complete dietary pattern focusing on adequate intake of calcium and vitamin D to slow bone loss and reduce the risk of fractures.


Are you interested in a diet for osteoporosis? We would be happy to guide you with tailored nutritional advice.

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