Practical Nutrition: Protect your bon...

Practical Nutrition: Protect your bones with calcium- and vitamin D-rich food choices

There are 4 comments on the Richmond Times-Dispatch story from May 16, 2012, titled Practical Nutrition: Protect your bones with calcium- and vitamin D-rich food choices. In it, Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that:

KRT TEENNEWS STORY SLUGGED: BODSQUAD KRT PHOTOGRAPH BY CHARLES TRAINOR JR/MIAMI HERALD Health experts are worried that the bad diets that teens eat now might compromise the future health of the U.S. population by increasing the cases of heart disease, high blood pressure, strokes, cancer and osteoporosis .

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West Chicago, IL

#1 May 18, 2012
Well, our bones are important that we really need to take care of them so this is a must read.
#2 Aug 16, 2012
Calcium and vitamin D have been long established as vital ingredients for good bone health. Emerging studies also reveal the many potential benefits of vitamin D to overall wellness. A natural therapy by eating calcium- and vitamin D-rich food source may help promote improved bone health, which in turn may help keep osteoporosis away. This also means lesser chances of using osteoporosis drugs such as Fosamax, and reduced risks of adverse events. features updated information about Fosamax and related side effects.

Since: Sep 12

Chennai, India

#3 Oct 4, 2012
The bones are playing vital role in our body. So we should protect or save our bone from critical condition.
Take enough calcium everyday without fail
Take enough vitamin everyday without fail
Take healthy and nutrition diet
Exercise daily
Avoid smoking habit
Drink alcohol rarely
Keep home safe
Take medicine to prevent bone loss.
Precious S

Paradise Valley, AZ

#5 Feb 15, 2013
While it is true to a certain extent that taking calcium and vitamin D would be beneficial for maintaining strong healthy bones, this is not enough for everyone and it is no guarantee of that you will be protected from osteoporosis. You should speak with your GP and a nutritionist to find out the best way for you to protect your bones with proper diet.

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