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Just Wondering What Exercise Is Effective For Osteoporosis ?
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What specific exercises help to reverse or prevent osteoporosis from getting worse
Also coffee intake. Is two cups per day(large) too much coffee
Thanks

posted July 23, 2019
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If you get the chance to borrow or buy, the book "The Whole-Body Approach To Osteoporosis" by Keith McCormick, DC is good. Also "Dr. Lani's No-Nonsense Bone Health Guide by Lani Simpson, DC, CCD is very good and written in laymen's language.

posted August 1, 2019
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I have been doing weight bearing exercises for over three years now; plus walking every day. But do it with a personal trainer or you can hurt yourself. I've done that too pulling too heavy weights. So far, have avoided taking medications... I also read various things about coffee. Myself, cannot function without two cups, then I go decaf if needed. Loads of water though.

posted July 23, 2019
A MyOsteoTeam Member

Thank you for your suggestions on books. I have them on kindle.

posted August 12, 2019
A MyOsteoTeam Member

Bre, I do leg lifts to each side for my hips and I do weighted squats for my hips. I walk an hour a day. There are tons of osteoporosis exercises on the internet if you google "osteoporosis exercises." Also, check out Facebook for OP exercises. Good luck!

posted July 24, 2019
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Thank you

posted July 24, 2019

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