There is no natural or medical cure for osteoporosis, but consuming sufficient amounts of calcium and vitamin D and engaging in exercise can help slow bone loss, according to Healthline. Avoiding smoking and limiting alcohol intake also slow bone loss, notes Mayo Clinic.
Dairy products, dark green vegetables, whole-grain foods and soy products are good sources of calcium, states Healthline. Adequate intake of vitamin D is essential for proper absorption of calcium.
Weight-bearing exercises, such as walking and jogging, and low-impact aerobic exercises, such as bicycling, slow bone loss and sometimes improve bone density, advises Healthline. Exercises that improve posture and balance reduce the risk of falling, which can result in bone fractures.