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Vegetables against osteoporosis

Calcium and vitamin D are proposed as first choice for nutritional prevention of osteoporosis
Calcium and vitamin D are proposed as first choice for nutritional prevention of osteoporosis
 

Recent research has clarified the importance of several other nutrients and food components. In addition, the results of supplementation with calcium and vitamin D have been disappointing, suggesting that the only recourse for these nutrients is inadequate.

In addition to dairy products, fruit and vegetables are important for bone health. Several nutrients, including magnesium, potassium, vitamins C, K, and Group B, carotenoids showed a much larger role than previously thought.

Rather than having a negative effect on bone, protein intake is beneficial for bone status, particularly among older people. If the regular intake of cola shows a negative effect, taking alcohol in moderation shows a positive effect on bone, particularly among older women.

This study shows that a diet rich in fruit and vegetables, dairy products and sufficient protein from other foods, can have a good status to the bone.

 
 
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