OsteoSan – preventing osteoporosis22/06/2021
The evolution of bone mass over the course of a lifetime is inevitable. Experts explain that bone is continuously renewed through a process of construction and destruction called “bone remodeling”. In younger years, constructive activity prevails, then destructive activity begins to prevail. In particular for women, pregnancies and especially menopause contribute to making osteoporosis a phenomenon that is anything but negligible.
Osteoporosis – rarefaction of bone tissue with thinning of the texture of the spongy tissue – usually begins around 40 years of age and can lead to fractures, spinal deformities (osteomalacia) and vertebral collapse. The most common causes of osteoporosis are: insufficient intake of calcium, silicon and Vit. D