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February 19, 2009
Bill Clinton wore one. So did Martha Stewart, Beyoncé, Elton John and Suze Orman. They made milk mustaches fashionable. But even before we ?got? it, milk was already a longtime comfort food for most of us?heck, we were weaned on it. Many populations around the globe don?t touch it after childhood. But we Americans have it in our main meals, on cereal, in lattes, in ice cream and we continue to drink it into adulthood. Scientists agree that after the age of 35, bone mass does not increase.
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August 25, 2010
Q. What are steps I can take to prevent or treat osteoporosis? A. There are things you should do at any age to prevent weakened bones. Eating foods that are rich in calcium and vitamin D is important. So is including regular weight-bearing exercise in your lifestyle. These are the best ways to keep your bones strong and healthy. Getting enough calcium all through your life helps to build and keep strong bones. People over age 50 need 1200 mg of calcium every day. Foods that are high in calcium are the best source.
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By Nancy Turney | October 1, 2009
Q. Last week you gave me some good ideas for ways to take proactive steps to help control my arthritis. Do you have any suggestions for long-term goals to make my life with arthritis a little easier? Last week you gave me some good ideas for ways to take proactive steps to help control my arthritis. Do you have any suggestions for long-term goals to make my life with arthritis a little easier? — Joe, La Cañada   Protect your joints Avoid excess stress on your joints.
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By Loa Blasucci | August 18, 2010
The other day while I was grocery shopping, a gentleman tapped me on the shoulder and asked, "Since I'm not likely to make too many changes, what's the one food that will give me the most bang for my buck? Can you give it to me in a nutshell?" I'm smiling, knowing that's exactly where it comes from — a nutshell. An almond shell, to be exact. I was glad that he was open to suggestion and equally glad to share one of my top favorite nutritional powerhouse foods, almonds. Researchers at Loma Linda University reported that you could improve your diet on many levels just by adding almonds.
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