Get Serious About Your Bone Health During National Osteoporosis Awareness Month

SALT LAKE CITY, May 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- With approximately 10 million Americans already suffering from osteoporosis and another 44 million at high risk, National Osteoporosis Month highlights the importance of maintaining bone health. Most of us don't realize it, but we reach our peak bone mass at age 30, so it's critical to be working toward building strong bones in our youth and maintaining bone health as we age.

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Tune in to The Dr. Oz Show on May 22 to find out if you're at risk for osteoporosis and learn how you can better support your own bone health.

"Keeping your bones healthy and strong should be a priority for everyone. As we age, our bones get weaker, but there are things you can do to support healthy bones, teeth and nails," says Dr. Mehmet Oz.  "Exercise, eat right, don't drink too much alcohol or soda and get plenty of calcium and magnesium in your diet."

Adequate calcium and vitamin D throughout life, as part of a well-balanced diet, may reduce the risk of osteoporosis. With a healthy 1:1 ratio of magnesium and calcium, as well as advanced levels of vitamin D, USANA® MagneCal D is an all-encompassing supplement which not only promotes healthy bones but can also support cardiovascular and metabolic health.*

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