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So much now days is poured out into the pile of smart stuff for us seniors to read that focuses on diets for every part of our anatomy's good health
but it's compiled by young folks who mean well only they just don't relate. I'm interested in learning an honestly best and time tested diet featuring
supplements and senior friendly foods that have calcium in them that our old more fragile bones will actually absorb and benefit from. My spine bones
especially need access to good calcium. I am early on in the healing business of cervical spine /disc surgery. I know the fragile neck vertebrae will require a lot of
time and careful watch to not move in any way that could interfere with the graft fusion. The problem causing my troubles is osteoarthritis of the spine.
And the other culprit is osteoporosis. I am 76 and I hope to be around for many more productive years but I truly would like to adapt to a feasible affordable
proven way of eating that my bones will get a lot of benefit out of. I know that walking and sunshine are very good for aiding in the absorption of calcium but i live in
the country and sometimes during the winter months walking around outside isn't a very sensible idea when recovering from cervical spine surgery
and there are days when the sun can't get through the cloud cover.I just thought maybe some of you older people who read the posts on here may know of
ways to improve on the health of our aging frames.Thanks.R.