What has excessive dieting done to your bones?

Mt. Barney National Park, QLD

Typical dieting if you’ve kept your calcium and vitamin D up is unlikely to have an adverse consequence to their bones. But women with eating disorders may in fact have consequences to their bone health. The hypercortisolism, in other words the high release of cortisol from the adrenal gland, which is produced by your body in response to stress is thought to be the physiologic reason. The cortisol hormone over secreted can have a wearing away effect on the bone. Fortunately the bone has ability to be healed if you are tested and treated. So if you have been an excessive dieter discuss with your gyno if you should have your bones tested for weakness., have bone markers checked, or your calcium and vitamin D checked. Facts will make us strong. 

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