13. Poor Dieting.
A major sign for osteoporosis is your dietary habits. A poor diet, or one that is lacking in calcium, vitamin D, and other important minerals, there is a strong chance that you are at increased risk for future osteoporosis. In addition, when your poor dietary habits occur for a big majority of your lifetime, your risk simply increases. Consider evaluating your dietary choices if you are at risk for osteoporosis and ask your doctor, dietician, or qualified healthcare provider for some tips on how to change your diet for better mineral absorption. Making a change as early as possible in your life can be a major thing to help the health of your bones and bone density.