Still feel your bones in good conditions?
Our bones remain strong throughout young adulthood. As we hit our 30s, they slowly begin to thin out. In women, this process accelerates after menopause, but there are ways to put on the brakes. One of the best lines of defense is your food — eating the right foods can give you the maximum bone strength and boost your bone density at any age.
First food for your bone health is milk. It contains vitamin D and calcium. The second is yoghurt. It is a good alternative to cheese which can be high in fat. And the third food is fatty fish such mackerel, salmon and sardines which really high in calcium. The fourth is almonds which one cup of it has more calcium than a cup of milk. And the last is dark leafy green such broccoli and kale which also have source of vitamin D and calcium.