In the Spring edition of Osteoporosis News there's an article about a 67 year old who took up pole dancing when she was diagnosed with osteopenia at 59 and has since managed to increase her bone density! I don't think that's for me, but am impressed by her dedication to weight-bearing exercise, putting in 2 hours every other day! I don't think I even have that much time to spare, but it has made me wonder whether I need to do more!
On a more achievable note, another article talks about the benefits of eating muesli for breakfast. Apparently researchers in Germany have found that fibre has an anti-inflammatory effect and is good for bone density. I've bought a pack today - something else to add to my growing list of food, supplements and exercise to improve my T-score!