Dance! Ballet for Bone Health
Osteoporosis Canada together with Canada’s National Ballet School brings you Dance! Ballet for Bone Health. This virtual adult ballet class is a great way to learn the basics of ballet and to discover the joy of dance.
Thai Vegan Curry
This South Asian inspired Thai curry recipe is made with tofu and Silk® Unsweetened Original Almond & Cashew Protein Beverage. This flavourful and creamy Thai curry is not only vegan but gluten-free as well and is sure to be a hit.
Meals in Minutes
Don’t miss the cooking demo with Emily Richards, PHEc as she shows us how to make flavourful, satisfying meals in minutes using portions of the Big Batch Calcium Boosted Beef that have been tucked into your freezer for recipes just like these.
Grilled Steak Muffuletta Sandwich
The featured recipe Grilled Steak Muffuletta Sandwich takes advantage of local produce available and uses eye of round fast fry steaks. If there are any leftovers, they make a tasty treat for the next day. Each serving has 37 g protein and 400 mg calcium.
Fun in the Summertime – Staying Active with Osteoporosis
During the summer months, there are many ways to exercise, participate in organized sports and simply enjoy activities in the great outdoors. If you have osteoporosis – you may need to make modifications or choose a different way to stay active entirely depending on your condition.
Snacks & Stuff
Emily Richards, PHEc prepares three easy-to-make recipes that are perfect to have on hand when you need a snack or light meal.
Fore! Golfing with Osteoporosis
Our keynote speakers review exercise and physical activity recommendations, discuss golf movements to modify to prevent fractures and will demonstrate and discuss strategies to modify your golf game and more.
Roasted Veggie Cobbler
Greek yogurt is a great ingredient you can use in everyday cooking. Oikos Greek yogurt has calcium and protein and is delicious to eat on its own but can also be used in recipes like this one.
Diabetes and Osteoporosis
There are several risk factors for osteoporosis and osteoporotic fractures including age, sex, fragility fracture after the age of 40, use of glucocorticoid drugs, medications, medical conditions that inhibit absorption of nutrients, in addition to conditions that contribute to bone loss such as diabetes.