This study designed to determine the dietary intake of milk and dairy products as a source of calcium and other nutrients related to bone health among the personals of Sohag University and to assess their knowledge and dietary practices related to osteoporosis. Body mass index (BMI) was calculated by dividing weight (kg) by the square of height (m2) and classified as the following: (< 18.5 BMI) Underweight, (18.5-24.9) BMI Normal weight, (25-29.9 BMI) Overweight and (˃ 30 BMI) considered as Obesity. After completion of data collection, data have been revised, coded and fed to the computer using the Statistical Package for Social Science software (SPSS) version. Bone mineral density (BMD) was measured for the right foot with a pDEXA densitometer with a dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) and expressed as a T-score index, i.e., number of standard deviations related to peak bone mass for all study samples. The correlation has been done according to Pearson Correlation Coefficient Formula. The findings showing the distribution of BMI as an index for obesity the average was 27.3±0.98. data shows that most of samples has a high BMI that’s may be due to bad habits in eating or low level of sport activities as showed in while about 30% only had ideal weight. Also the findings revealed that the bone health in this study personals with 0.79±0.76 average of BMD, more than half of samples at risk with Osteoporosis or Osteopenia that’s mean they have a lack in calcium source such as dairy products which may main source of and sodium for building bone tissues.