Your bone mineral density declines after 30
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Bones are living tissues, constantly regenerating, with bits of old bone getting removed and substituted by new ones. However, this renewal process declines sharply after the age of 301. Bones are a meshwork of minerals, mostly calcium and phosphorus.
In women past their twenties, the rate of mineral absorption and bone renewal falls as compared to bone degeneration. This leads to low bone mass density and fragile bones.
So, while your youth is the best time to invest in bone health, your 30s are when you need to pay special attention to your micronutrient intake. Bone mass continues to increase up to your late twenties, which is when it reaches its peak. However, women accumulate less skeletal mass during their growth period which makes them susceptible to bone degeneration as soon as they enter their 30s.
If women fail to meet the required intake of recommended micronutrients after their 30s, their bones may start becoming porous and fragile. While the short-term consequences of this include bone fractures, in the long term it could lead to osteoporosis and other bone-related complications.
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