Strengthening your bones probably isn't your biggest priority now but later in life as we start losing bone mass we will feel it strongly. Start taking action before it’s too late so you can keep your bone density as intact as possible.
"Calcium" is more or less synonymous for "bone wellness", and for good reason. It's one of the main building blocks of bone, and we can only get the bone-building mineral from the food we eat, so you should consider eating more dairy product.
Calcium is a prerequisite for bone strength, but it alone can't fight trouble. In fact, increased calcium intake alone has a modest effect on reducing rates of bone loss in people in their midlife. That’s because vitamin D is needed by your body to absorb calcium.
People who strength train enjoy stronger bones - no matter how old you are.Study shows that people who performed regular resistance training increased their serum concentrations of CTX, a marker of bone resorption and formation.