17. Dietary Changes.
As already described before, a poor diet is a major risk factor for osteoporosis. For this reason, your doctor is likely to change your diet in an effort to adequately get as many nutrients as possible in to your diet. Some foods you will most likely consume more of include magnesium, potassium, calcium, and vitamin D, including others. Many of these nutrients are found in a typical healthy diet and if you are lacking in any, it can be challenging to strengthen your bones so they reach their full strength potential. Consider consulting with your doctor or dietician to plan out an ideal meal plan for your lifestyle condition.