The correct question is:
What can begin in the teen years?
What is prevented by eating lots of fiber?
What is caused by exercise?
- Osteoporosis is a disease where the bones lose density, becoming brittle and porous.
Osteoporosis shows up later in life, but it begins in the bone-building teen years.
Building healthy bones is a lifelong process of eating high-calcium foods and exercising
- Eating a fiber-rich diet can help prevent cancer and heart disease, but it doesn't
- Weight-bearing activity like walking and aerobic dance helps maintain bone density.
Along with getting enough calcium, exercise helps prevent osteoporosis.