Friday, April 18, 2008

Build Better Bones and Prevent Osteoporosis

How people in their 30s, 40s, and 50s can fend off osteoporosis
by Ross Weale

Strong bones are important for healthy aging. To avoid osteoporosis and up your bone density, eat leafy greens, quit smoking, and drink your milk! Watch Health magazine contributor Samantha Heller's appearance on the Today show on March 26 to learn more.

Samantha Heller, RD, is the nutrition coordinator at the Fairfield Connecticut YMCA. A certified dietitian/nutritionist and exercise physiologist, Heller earned her master's degree in nutrition and applied physiology from Teachers College at Columbia University. She served as the senior clinical nutritionist and exercise physiologist at NYU Medical center in New York City for almost a decade and created and ran the outpatient nutrition program for the NYU Cardiac Rehabilitation Program. She has also been a fitness instructor for 15 years. Heller specializes in nutrition, wellness, stress management, and fitness for people who are fighting heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and obesity.

A contributing editor to Health magazine, her writing has also appeared in numerous other magazines, including Men's Fitness, Men's Health, and Glamour, as well as sites such as

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