Preventing Osteoporosis when Suffering from Lactose Intolerance

By | November 29, 2015

OSTEOPOROSIS IS A SERIOUS MEDICAL CONDITION WITH DEVASTATING EFFECTS!

Osteoporosis is a medical condition in which the bones become brittle and fragile from loss of tissue. Osteoporosis can result in fractured and broken bones. Fractures that originate from osteoporosis can have devastating consequences such as disability and chronic pain. Osteoporosis exists when an individual lacks calcium in one’s diet.osteoporosis

PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE

Typically, osteoporosis does not show early signs of detection. As the medical condition  progresses the following symptoms are prevalent in a patient suffering from osteoporosis:

  • Pain in the bones
  • Spine and neck pain
  • Loss in height
  • Humped posture

HOW ARE LACTOSE INTOLERANT INDIVIDUALS AFFECTED?

Individuals suffering from lactose intolerance are susceptible to this condition. Dairy products such as milk is an important  source of calcium, this lacks from the diet of a person that is lactose intolerance.

SOLUTION TO PREVENTING OSTEOPOROSIS?

The answer is SIMPLE. Taking supplements of CALCIUM and VITAMIN D on a daily basis. You must be wondering why VITAMIN D? Vitamin D assisted the bones in absorbing the calcium.calcium and osteoporosis

LETS TAKE ACTION! 

In order to prevent hefty medical and prescribed prescription bills, act now by simply taking a calcium supplement.

The daily recommended dosage of calcium is 1000 grams -1300 grams. I highly recommend Nature’s Bounty Calcium 1200 Mg. Plus Vitamin D3, 220-Count.

When you reach old age and fit as a fiddle, you will be thanking me.

I hope this post was informative, a wake-call and a means to prevent osteoporosis. Please free to comment below.

9 thoughts on “Preventing Osteoporosis when Suffering from Lactose Intolerance

    1. Uwais Post author

      hi

      It affects people at older age and there very much one can do about it by then. Between 40 – 60, mostly after 50. So I suggest you start taking your calcium supplement in order to prevent osteoporosis

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  1. Matt Killy

    Hi there!
    Thank you for this very well and explained article!
    I knew just a little bit of lactose intolerance but I had no idea it could prevented by taking supplements!
    Best,
    Matt

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  2. Michael

    Thanks for the great information. I know that many people suffer from osteoporosis but I never thought about the link to lactose intolerance. I’ve heard that in many cultures it’s not usual for people to consume dairy products after he are weaned. Usually those cultures have a higher percentage of lactose intolerant people. Have you found this to be true?

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    1. Uwais Post author

      Hi,

      In actual fact the US and Europe has the high rate of osteoporosis. So its first world countries that have a lack of calcium.

      Reply
  3. Dmitriy

    Hi Uwais,

    Great post – easy to understand and straight to the point. This is especially important when talking about being healthy. Actually, I have been just encouraged to to consume more dairy products regularly – the thing that I always forget. Becomes really crucial with each passing age.

    Thank you for this!

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    1. Uwais Post author

      Hi

      Yes, it good to have a good amount of calcium on a daily basis.

      Reply
  4. Jovo

    Hi, this is a very educative article and of great importance for me because I see some symptoms of what you describe here as osteoporosis. In my case I have no problem with lactose intolerance, I just do not like milk. I am curious about those calcium supplements. What if people have problems with accumulation of stones in kidneys? Then another issue is resorption of calcium, one needs also some other minerals like silicates and also phosphorus. Thank you.

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