This is one of the most frequently asked questions from women in the Western countries. They worry not about their health, but of afraid of osteoporosis in later years.

The studies show that there are no adverse effects between diet and bone mass density. Both, the diet group and the control group have no change in their bone mass density.

The important things they should keep in mind are the diet should not be extreme. Their food must contain enough nutrients and calories. Crash weight reductions are bad, but 2 to 4 kgs in a month is considered good. Your diet plan must give you the possibility to eat many foods. Our metabolism based individual diet plan is tailor-made for you. Visit