Osteoporosis is a disease that weakens bones to the point where they break easily—most often, bones in the hip, backbone spine, and wrist. All the while, though, your bones had been losing strength for many years. Bone is living tissue. To keep bones strong, your body breaks down old bone and replaces it with new bone tissue. Sometime around age 30, bone mass stops increasing, and the goal for bone health is to keep as much bone as possible for as long as you can. As people enter their 40s and 50s, more bone may be broken down than is replaced. A close look at the inside of bone shows something like a honeycomb. When you have osteoporosis, the spaces in this honeycomb grow larger, and the bone that forms the honeycomb gets smaller.
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By Shereen Lehman, Reuters Health. Reuters Health – Losing weight in middle age may mean losing not just unwanted fat, but also precious bone density, at least for women, a new U. Regardless of the types of foods or amount of calcium in their diets, middle aged women who lost a moderate amount of weight over a two-year period also lost more bone density than men or younger women. Changes in bone density following moderate weight loss may be sex-specific and influenced by hormones, the study team writes in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. Two diets were considered to be high-protein, and two contained an average amount of protein. Participants were 30 to 70 years old and overweight or obese at the start of the study. About 60 percent were women.