Alcohol: This may not surprise you, but alcohol consumption has been associated with both oestoporotic fractures and low bone density. This means, booze can literally turn your bones brittle. It creates an inflammatory environment in your body that can affect bone development and healing. The risk of fracture increases exponentially. 
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