Loading up on bone-building nutrients is also a good idea (calcium, magnesium, vitamin K, vitamin D, plus others). Here's a good summary from Wally that also touches on dairy: https://www.nutriliving.com/blog/are-you-getting-nutrients-you-need-build-healthy-bones
Some good protein sources include beans (try some garbanzo beans in a Blast!), a plant-based protein powder (check out ours here: https://www.nutriliving.com/shop/superfood-protein-boost
) and hemp seeds.
If you choose dairy, then be sure to get an organic Greek style or organic soy yogurt as these are highest in protein.
Cheese can be high in sodium which leaches calcium from bones so I'd try to cut back that.
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