May is Osteoporosis Prevention Month! By Audrey Laurelton, RDN   Like every other cell in your body, your bones are living, regenerative tissue. A healthy body is constantly absorbing old—and producing new—bone.  When this balance of absorption and production is out of whack—when more is used than is replaced—the bones (osteo) become porous (poros). Osteoporosis weakens the bones, making them more susceptible to breaking, even after a minor fall. Nearly 52 million Americans, 80 percent of whom are women, have … Read More