Fruit and vegetables help the bones?

British scientists have found more evidence that there is a positive correlation between the consumption of fruit and vegetables and bone health.

They have noticed that the impact on the bones, by and large, are fairly unheeded, because most studies have focused on calcium supplements. They have therefore implemented a cross-cutting examination of 62 healthy women between the ages of 45-55 years, where we measured bone density, bone the resumption and dietary composition.

Took the subjects more magnesium, potassium and alcohol, one could observe an increase of the total bone mass. Bone density in the femoral neck was greater in women who had eaten large amounts of fruit in their childhood, than in women who had only eaten moderate or almost no fruit.

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