1 Oct 2012
Hello. Your diet is the most important way to protect your bones. Be sure you get enough calcium as most people have too little. A calcium supplement with vitamin D3 of 1200 per day gives protection for most people.
Your doctor can run a standard blood panel to check how you are doing.
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