OsteoTrack - The Osteoporosis and Osteopenia management App.
One of the most difficult things about dealing with thinning bones is keeping on top of all of the daily lifestyle changes required to treat the condition.
OsteoTrack calculates a bone health management plan -- based on your personal circumstances -- and provides an easy to read overview of the steps required to deal with your condition.
Osteoporosis Treatment Track
In addition to any medication that you may or may not require, if you have osteoporosis or osteopenia it is important to make lifestyle changes that help to strengthen your bones.
OsteoTrack provides you with the key information required to do this. You can quickly see the correct amount of nutrients that you should incorporate into your daily diet, and the weight bearing exercises that you should carry out to help strengthen bones.
Osteoporosis Prevention Track.
It is estimated that 50% of women, and 20% of men over the age of fifty will suffer a fracture over the remainder of their lifetime due to weak bones!
Although many of the osteoporosis risk factors, such as age and race, are unavoidable, many of them are in your control. By educating yourself about the condition and following the simple recommendations provided by OsteoTrack you will be able to lower the risk of having weak bones substantially.
In addition to giving an easy to follow summary of the nutrients and exercises required to help strengthen bones, OsteoTrack also provides in-depth information on the Osteoporosis condition, on bone strengthening nutrients, weight bearing exercises, and on the benefits and side effects of osteoporosis medicines.
Core topic areas include:
What is osteoporosis? Bone Testing. Risk Factors. Diet.
Bone-building nutrients: including information on natural foods rich in minerals and vitamins such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, and the vitamins D and K.
Recommended weight bearing exercises, such as walking and Tai Chi.
Guides on the effectiveness, benefits and drawbacks of medications such as bisphosphonates and Forteo.
OsteoTrack is ideal for people who want to do all they can to prevent osteoporosis and osteopenia, and for those who have been diagnosed with one of the conditions and want to understand all that they can about it.
A lot of work has gone into making OsteoTrack an invaluable tool in your fight against thinning bones, but be aware that everyone is an individual and their bones behave differently. It is important to realize that OsteoTrack is not a replacement for your medical practitioner, but should be used as an educational tool to help you arrive at decisions beneficial to your bone health.
The information contained within the App is sourced from publicly available material and is provided as an education service and does not construct medical advice.
It is important to consult with your medical practitioner before carrying out any exercise or nutritional program, this is especially the case if you have osteoporosis or another medical condition and/or are on any form of medication.
Although I have ensured that I have researched all topics fully before writing about them, it is possible for inaccuracies to creep in, especially as different countries have different guidelines for the RDA of nutrients, and for the medical procedures given for the treatment of osteoporosis.
It should be noted that by using this App that you agree that the information is made available with the understanding that the author and publisher are not providing medical, physiological, or nutritional counseling services.
The information on the App is aimed at people with thinning bones and does not cover all of the uses, side-effects, and interactions of medications and nutrition programs.
Liability for individual actions or omissions based upon the contents of the OsteoTrack App is expressly disclaimed.