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Osteoporosis: Get up and move

1.5 million people suffer from fractures due to bone disease yearly.

Osteoporosis is the most common cause of fractures.

Osteoporosis causes the bone to become fragile and brittle, making it susceptible to fractures.

After 40, women start experiencing hormonal changes that also contribute to less muscle mass, decreased bone density, among others.  Some of the other symptoms that start surfacing are depression, osteoporosis, anxiety, and cardiovascular disease.

 

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Morning Cardio

Making time to exercise can be very hard. And if you are like me, pressing the snooze button every 5 minutes to delay getting up, exercising is probably not on your priority list of things to do as you are trying to rush out of bed. But what if I told you that exercise in the morning will free up time for you for the remaining of the day and will reenergize you for the activities you want to tackle.

Exercising in the morning has been scientifically proven to increase productivity, boost your metabolism, increase your energy levels, improve you’re asleep and  burns more fat.

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