- Why is osteoporosis being diagnosed in a higher percentage of people every year?
- Why is osteoporosis being diagnosed in younger and younger populations?
- Why does the Westernized world see higher rates of osteoporosis than less developed countries?
If we look at America for example:
- Americans get less physical movement on a daily basis than every third world country, so it can’t be we are doing too much cardio as many experts claim.
- Americans get more calcium in our diets than most third world countries, so it can’t be a lack of calcium in our diets.
- Americans use more hormone replacement therapy than every third world country, so it can’t be caused by hormone imbalances after menopause.
What is it that causes more people every year to get osteoporosis?
Why is it that America and other westernized countries have much higher rates of osteoporosis than less developed countries?
Our posture should look like this:
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