Most people think of exercise as a way to strengthen the muscles and lose weight, but it can also strengthen your bones. The exercises most helpful in this regard are ones that force your body to work against gravity, and they don't have to be strenuous. A daily walk can improve health, as can other means of less-intensive cardio, such as dancing. Lifting weights and strength training can also help strengthen bones.
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