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Osteoporosis Diet Foods and Advice About What to Eat for People with Weak Bones

Osteoporosis Diet Foods

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Osteoporosis Diet Foods

Foods to Avoid to Reduce the Risk/Development of Osteoporosis

High Fat Foods
Particularly high in saturated fat like red meat, meat products like sausage, salami, hot dogs, hamburgers, smoked meats and full-fat dairy products.

High Sodium Foods
All foods high in sodium (salt), like processed frozen entrees and processed cold cuts, foods canned in salted water, salted nuts, ketchups, package sauce mixes, processed cheese, margarine, butter and salted snacks like nuts. Use a range of fresh herbs for flavor in place of sodium.

Refined Carbs and Sugar
Many refined carb foods are also high in fat and sugar, like cakes, cookies, pastries, muffins, donuts, Danish, ice-cream, candy, soft drinks.

Limit Alcohol
Moderate amounts of alcohol are not believed to increase the risk of osteopororis, but, heavy alcohol consumption reduces the absorption of calcium from foods. Drink calcium-fortfied fruit juice, calcium-fortfied soy milk, and fat-free milk.

Limit Caffeine
Found in coffee, tea, chocolate, cocoa and cola drinks. Caffeine increases calcium excretion in the urine. Drink more calcium-fortfied fruit juice, calcium-fortfied soy milk, and fat-free milk.

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