Posted on 16 February 2023

Best sites for bone health advice

We do everything we can to stay up to date on the latest science, research, and information on bone health. But where do we go? Let’s show you!

Here are our favourite resources for information on bone health advice, including advice on the best supplements and vitamins for bones.

Before we get started…

The sites here provide information and advice on bone health. While they can help you learn more about your bone health and help identify emerging issues, you should always speak to a doctor or medical professional if you’re having issues.

Don’t put up with the pain or try and self-diagnose – book an appointment with a doctor as soon as you can.

Royal Osteoporosis Society

The Royal Osteoporosis Society (more commonly abbreviated to ROS) is the UK’s leading charity for those with bone health problems. The easy-to-use website is full of information and guides about osteoporosis diagnosis, prevention, and treatment.

The ROS is transforming how we see the condition – and is playing an important role in shaping the national conversation about bone health.

The website also has some fascinating resources and tools anyone can use for free! Our favourite is the…

Best for: advice, guidance, and resources for people with osteoporosis


Where would be without the NHS? For over 70 years, the National Health Service has been providing advice, guidance, and treatment and it continues to do so online.

The NHS provides simple, clear, and easy-to-read advice on the best supplements for bones. As well as information on vitamins for bones, the NHS also provides information on recommended daily intake.

Alongside this, you can also find information on ways you can

Best for: simple, clear, and easy-to-understand information on bones


If you want more information on treatments for osteoporosis or other bone conditions, you can access clinical information through NICE. (Or, to give it its full title, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.)

The NICE database enables you to access the clinical guidelines for a range of conditions. You can learn how doctors diagnose osteoporosis, details of osteoporosis treatments, and the sort of drugs you may be prescribed.

While the NICE guidelines are accessible to everyone, remember they’re written for medical professionals. The language can be very dry, and it’s packed full of specialist terms. However, if you invest the time, you can learn a lot about diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis.

Best for: medical information and advice for experts

Menopause matters

The links between osteopenia, osteoporosis, and menopause are clearly known. Post-menopausal women are much more likely to experience poor bone health, which can cause them to develop osteoporosis.

This is just one of wide range of health impacts that the menopause can have on the body. We’re not experts on the menopause (and don’t pretend to be), but we do recognise we need to understand the issues our customers face, so we read several blogs, sites, and resources about the menopause, including Menopause Matters.

Best for: information, advice, and personal stories about the menopause

Versus Arthritis

Many people who experience poor bone health also have problems with their joints, including suffering with arthritis. Versus Arthritis is, like ROS, a respected authority on the condition. Its website is packed full of great blogs, resources, and articles that can help you to live better with the condition.

Of course, you’ll also find information on the diagnosis and treatment of arthritis, but there’s also a lot about how to eat well, exercise, and improve your overall health and wellbeing. If you’re experiencing arthritis or worried about your joint health, it’s the first place we’d visit.

Best for: independent advice on the

Google Scholar

Did you know that Google provides a search engine for scientific research? We use several databases to search for the latest in bone health research, but Google Scholar is free and open to everyone!

OK, so reading scientific papers about bone problems may not be everyone’s idea of fun, but it can provide some real insights into the latest developments in science and medicine.

Sometimes you may read about a study, paper, or new piece of research in a newspaper or magazine. Often, you’ll only get part of the story (the one the journalist, editor, or business wants you to read). Through Google Scholar, you may be able to get access to the full paper, which you can read and come to your own conclusions.

Best for: access to the latest research and scientific papers on bone health


If you’ve searched online for pretty much any medical condition, you’ll have hit upon Healthline. The US-based website is an excellent resource for content created by medical professionals.

There seems to be new content added daily about best supplements for osteoporosis, how to eat your way to stronger bones, and emerging therapies for arthritis.

Best for: advice on the best vitamins for bones and bone health supplements

Stronger Bones

We read these sites (and others) every day, so you don’t need to. We regularly publish information, advice, and insights about bone health. You’ll find guides on the best supplements for bones, essential vitamins for bones, and more.

We try and provide common-sense information that’s accessible to everyone. Whether we’re unpacking a new research paper or providing basic information on what bones are and how they work, you’ll find it here.

You can follow us on Twitter or connect with us on Facebook to get notifications of our latest blog posts and news stories about bones.

Best for: regular content providing bone health information and advice

Make bone health your business

All of us should get serious about our bone health. Why? Because at least 1-in-4 of us will develop osteoporosis – and things are getting worse with our increasingly sedentary lifestyles.

The sites here should provide you with a huge resource on how to improve your bone health in the short– and long–term. Sites like the NHS, ROS, and Versus Arthritis are vital if you are living with a health condition.

Sites such as Healthline and lifestyle blogs about the menopause highlight some of the key things you can do to improve the strength of your bones, including taking supplements.

At Stronger Bones, we read and reflect on the information held on these sites (and more). We use it to provide you with the best supplements at the lowest prices.

Together, we can all help you develop stronger bones.

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