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, Jan 01, 2009 07:42AM
I am 24 yr male i took very less milk or any dairy product in my childhood ,now my hands bones are thinner than my family members , I read calcium can absorb up to 25 yr do you suggest any medicine or vtamin D , can vit D absorb at early morning , can these able to make my bone wider
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Suggest you get a bone density test to see if you have issues with your bones or not. It has been proven that bone can be improved at any age (slower at older ages >60) if you eat calcium and vitamin D rich foods, and do weight bearing exercises. Vitamin D absorbs anytime you are in the sun at anytime of the day. You can sit at a window with the sun shining in and you will get Vitamin D absorption.
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