Will bone density increase?
A study at the Pacific Health Research Institute in Honolulu was designed to provide concrete data on the restoration of bone mass in post-menopausal females. Bone density increased an average of 5.6%. At the University of Graz in Austria a similar study also showed an increase in bone density after one year of around 6%. These results make all the difference between functioning in good health or having an increasing risk for spontaneous fractures. A proportionate increase in fracture risk is directly related to decreased bone density.