These alternatives to calcium and vitamin D will help strengthen your skeleton (but unlikely to cause growth of facial hair....)
Get Your K -
Vitamin K appears to work in tandem with Vitamin D in protecting bones. Kale and spinach are excellent sources, but all green leafy veg contain plenty, so try to eat some every day.
Eat Prunes -
Apart from keeping you 'regular', prunes (at least 5 per day) may help prevent bone loss in post -menopausal women. Prunes contain good amounts of manganese, which is part of the protein matrix in bone, and contain vitamin K.
This mineral helps neutralise acids that deplete bone. Good sources include baked potatoes, lean pork, raisins, avocado and bananas.